• Map of a Portion of Marinette County Wisconsin

    Unknown

    Map shows townships and sections, landownership and acreages, roads, and railroads in southwest portion of Marinette County. Sections of the map are in yellow, green, and blue. Includes business adver…

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  • Marinette Wis., 1912

    Noyes, E. C

    Shows wards, sections, plat additions, selected buildings, churches, schools, and manufacturing companies. "We have revised this map from H. McCallum's 1899 edition, being aided by city & county recor…

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  • Township no. 32 north of range no. 20 east, 4th Mer.

    This 19th century manuscript map shows the southeastern portion of the Town of Stephenson in Marinette County, Wisconsin. Sections, lakes, and streams are depicted The map is labeled "Peshtigo Townshi…

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  • Township no. 31 north of range no. 21 east, 4th Mer.

    This 19th century manuscript map shows the sections and land ownership in the northern portion of the Town of Grover and the southern part of the Town of Lake in present-day Marinette County, Wisconsi…

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  • Township no. 31 north of range no. 22 east, 4th Mer.

    This manuscript map of the southern portion of the Town of Porterfield, Marinette County, Wisconsin, shows sections and land ownership. The Menominee River and Peshtigo River are depicted. The map is…

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  • Marinette County, Wisconsin

    Marinette County Abstract and Land Company

    This early 20th century map of Marinette County, Wisconsin shows the township and range system, sections, towns, cities and villages, streams and lakes, railroads, roads, schools, and churches.

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  • Resort Lake

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around Resort Lake. Kaysen enhance…

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  • Loomis

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the community of Loomis. Ka…

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  • Marinette West

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Marinett…

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  • Harmony

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Harmony…

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  • Swanson

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Kuss, Lo…

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  • Wausaukee South

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Middle I…

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  • Athelstane

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the community of Athelstane…

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  • Faithorn

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the community of Kremlin. K…

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  • Mount Tom

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around Mount Tom. Kaysen enhanced…

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  • Township No. 30 N., Range No. 24 East, 4th Mer., Wis. Ter.

    United States. Surveyor General

    Shows sections and acreages. Covers portions of the area now occupied by Marinette and the Town of Peshtigo, Marinette County. "Rec'd Sept. 24 with Sur. Genl. letter of the 11th Sept. 1841 ... Retrans…

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  • Porterfield

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Bagley J…

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  • Roaring Rapids

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the community of Roaring Ra…

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  • Amberg

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Amberg,…

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  • Norway

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Niagara…

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