A LIST OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
CONTAINING HISTORY OF CLARK COUNTY
Compiled by Helen Vater Blaha
 

AMISH IN WISCONSIN by Richard Lee Dawley, 2003
 

A WAR OF THEIR OWN,  by Jerry Buss, published in 1998 by Badger Books Inc., P. O. Box 192, Oregon, WI53575.  The book is about the Krueger "War"  in Clark County.

ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF EMMA S. K. MOLLE, HERMAN GOTTFRIED HARDRATH, SR.,  AUGUST LANGE, EMMA MATHILDA LOUISE KIUTZ, compiled by Halbert Herbert Hardrath.  His book was published in 1998 by Tennessee Valley Publishing, P. O. Box 52527, Knoxville, TN 37950-2527, and is jam-packed with  history of Green Grove and Beaver Townships.

ATLAS OF CLARK COUNTY WISCONSIN, undated but apparently published in about 1969 or 1970 by Perfection Press, Inc., P. O. Box 72, South St. Paul, MN 55075

CALLING THIS PLACE HOME, Women on the Wisconsin Frontier, 1850-1925  by Joan M. Jensen, published by Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2006

Clark County topics include:  agricultural education, agriculture, anti-tuberculosis campaign, asylum, cheese making, dairy industry, immigration, midwifery, public health, school enrollments, vocational education, women's club, Granton, Loyal, Neillsville, Owen, Withee.  Colby topics:  churches, education, Harmony Coop,  1910 parade float, Rural Arts Museum.
Dorchester:  Johann and Anna Jantsch, Leo and Matilda Schopp, Mary and Frank Sacher, cheese making, churches, education family farms.  Thorp: Joseph and  Paulina Detmer Osowki.  Withee:  Dana Hall.

CITY OF NEILLSVILLE, IN THE HEART OF THE BLACK RIVER COUNTRY, compiled and published by Neillsville Centennial Committee, Franklin Hrasky Printer, 1982

CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS IN THE HEART OF CLARK CO., WISCONSIN

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CITY OF OWEN, WISCONSIN GOLDEN JUBILEE 1925-1975, A COMMEMORATIVE HISTORY

CLARK COUNTY FAIR CENTENNIAL, A CENTURY OF PROGRESS, 1872-1972 

DORCHESTER - small in size - Big in History and Happenings" by Jim Jantsch  is now available for sale.  Containing 544 pages, it begins with data from when the railroad first came into Dorchester in 1873.  Book cost $25.00 and a CD containing 371 pictures (mostly of old Dorchester) cost $10.00 and shipping costs per book is $5.00.  The profits will benefit the Dorchester Public Library.  Send your check to: P.O. Box 137 - Dorchester, Wisconsin 54425. 

EATON CENTER ANNALS by Charles Bizjak published in 1991 by Heins Publications (Rev. William A. Heins) P.O. Box 998, 605 N. Barstow St., Eau Claire, WI 54702.

GREENWOOD-HUB OF CLARK COUNTY, 1844-1934  published April 1934 (available as a set with a follow-on through our Gift Shop)

HISTORICAL ATLAS CLARK COUNTY WISCONSIN, published in 1986 by Agri-Land Atlas Co., P. O. Box 5787, Rochester, MN 55903

HISTORY OF GREENWOOD WISCONSIN 1844-1993, compiled by the Greenwood Centennial committee.

HISTORY OF GREENWOOD, 1844-1993 (available in our Gift Shop)

INTRODUCING THE YELLOWSTONE TRAIL, by Alice A. and John Wm. Ridge.  Published in 2000 by Yellowstone Trail Publishers, 7000 South Shore Drive, Altoona, WI 54720.  In Clark County the trail goes through Colby, Abbotsford, Curtis, Owen, Withee, and Thorp.

LEVIS TOWNSHIP, CLARK COUNTY, WISCONSIN (125 YEARS OF PROGRESS 1856-1981); by Eleanor Schoenherr (Editor)

MEMORY TRAILS, an undated collection from the early 1960's of local history of Longwood, White School, Maplehurst, Oak Vale, Lone Oak, Midway School, Frenchtown, Poppe School, Redvill, Willow Dale, Hixon Heights, Spring Valley, Hoard Center, Moody, the Danes in Withee, and Owen.

PICKERING FAMILY HISTORY, by Lloyd D. Pickering (2003); 120 pages with many devoted to Clark County, WI.  Profits will be contributed to the Clark Co., WI Internet Library Account.  View numerous excerpts on the Sherwood Township pages. (available in our Gift Shop)

RECOLLECTIONS OF A COUNTRY KID, STEINER'S BOOK, by Francis C. Steiner of Granton, Wisconsin, first printing, July 1990.  Published by Heins Publications, Rev. William A. Heins, 605 N. Barstow St. Eau Claire, WI 54702.

RECOLLECTIONS OF COLUMBIA, WISCONSIN, by Mabel Schlender Jonkel, 1974, printed by Isaac Printing Company, Withee, Wisconsin

REMEMBERING THE INDIAN SCHOOL, by Jacob C. Stucki, published by Infinity Publishing Co., Haverford, PA., copywrite 2004.  The book is about the author's memories of the Indian School in Neillsville.

SPOMINSKA ZGODOVINA (Historical Memories of Willard, WI)--Offered by Slovenska Druzba, 220 pgs. (available in our Gift Shop)

THE BOOK OF THE YEARS, THE STORY OF THE MEN WHO MADE CLARK COUNTY AS TOLD IN PICTURES AND TYPE FOR THE CLARK COUNTY CENTENNIAL 1853 -1953

THE WOODSHED, by Violet Mechelke is a work of fiction set in Wilcox and Heintown in Clark County the late 1800's.  The book was published by Whispering Hope Publishing, N6984 Pelsdorf Avenue, Loyal, WI, Copyright, 2002.

THORP, WI CIVIL WAR VETERANS, Harold Zander

TIMES OF MY LIFE, Elsie Gauger  1999

WITHEE MEMORIES "FROM LOGGING TRAILS TO SUPER HIGHWAYS", published in commemoration of the Withee, Wisconsin Centennial 1901 to 2001

 

 


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