Wisconsin, 2000; Population and Housing Unit Counts

Wisconsin, 2000; Population and Housing Unit Counts

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 2003-10-02 edition. Excerpt: ...town, Waukechon town lost territory to Shawano city. Wescott town lost territory to Shawano city. Wittenburg village gained territory from Wittenburg town, Wittenburg town lost territory to Wittenburg village. 111-24 User Notes Adell village gained territory from Sherman town, Cedar Grove village gained territory from Holland town, Elkhart Lake village gained territory from Rhine town, Clenbeulah village gained territory from Creenbush town, Creenbush town lost territory to Glenbeulah village. Herman town exchanged territory with Howards Grove village. Holland town lost territory to Cedar Grove and Oostburg villages and Wilson town, Howards Grove village exchanged territory with Herman town, Kohler village gained territory from Wilson town; lost territory to Sheboygan city. Lima town lost territory to Oostburg village. Lyndon town lost territory to Waldo village. Oostburg village exchanged territory with Wilson town; gained territory from Holland and Lima towns. Plymouth city exchanged territory with Plymouth town, Plymouth town exchanged territory with Plymouth city. Random Lake village gained territory from Sherman town, Rhine town lost territory to Elkhart Lake village. Sheboygan city exchanged territory with Sheboygan and Wilson towns; gained territory from Kohler village. Sheboygan town exchanged territory with Sheboygan city. Sheboygan Falls city gained territory from Sheboygan Falls town, Sheboygan Falls town lost territory to Sheboygan Falls city. Sherman town lost territory to Adell and Random Lake villages. Waldo village gained territory from Lyndon town, Wilson town exchanged territory with Oostburg village and Sheboygan city; gained territory from Holland town; lost territory to Kohler village. Taylor County, Wisconsin Deer...
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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236531000
  • 9781236531001