Green Lake County Books
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of these books are available in various libraries, both in Green Lake County
and elsewhere. Ask your local library about interlibrary loan or to help locate
Last update on: 08 July 2001
- Common Threads: A History of Four Wisconsin Communities in Green Lake
County--Marquette, Kingston, Manchester, Dalton Second edition, 1998
by The Friends of The Mill Pond Library; Kathy Scheier, Joy Waterbury, Ruth
Plautz, and Judy Bender.
- Early Houses in Berlin, Wisconsin and the peopple who lived in them
/ by Lulubelle C. Gillett, Gillett; 1976.
- Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Baptist Church: Berlin, Wisconsin.
The Courant Press; 1899.
- Green Lake County Registration of Births, ca. 1876-1897. This has
been microfilmed and is available through the network of family History Centers
run by the Mormon church. Births, ca. 1876-1897 are on microfilm 1302876,
item 3. Births from ca. 1897-1907 are on microfilm 1302877, item 1.
- Green Lake County Registration of Marriages, 1863-1908 and Index
to Marriages, 1864-1907 This has been microfilmed and is available through
the network of family History Centers run by the Mormon church. Index to
marriages, 1864-1907 microfilm 1275661 Item 4; Marriages, 1863-1882
microfilm number 1266672; Marriages 1882-1897, microfilm number 1266673;
Marriages, 1897-1908, microfilm number 1266674, item 1.
- A History of Markesan and Vicinity / by Samuel E. Smith, Ripon Commonwealth
- Home Town Ties: Berlin, Wisconsin 1848-1998 / Published by Berlin
Journal Newspapers, 1998
- In Commeration [sic] of the dedication of Grace English Ev. Lutheran
Church, Berlin, Wisconsin. The Church; 1938.
- Korenzie: history of the Bukowksi [sic}, Czajkowski, Czarpatta, Duszynsi,
Krentz, Marchel, , and Polus families in Green Lake and Marquette counties,
Wisconsin and Cook County, Illinios / by Roger F. Krentz, Genealogy Pub.
- Official County Plat book and Farmers' Directory of Green Lake County,
Wisconsin. Farm Plat Book Publishing Co., ?1950/1959
- Portrait and Biograpical Album of Green Lake, Marquette and Waushara
Counties, Wisconsin: Acme Pub. Co.; 1890. This has been microfilmed andavailable
through the network of Family History Centers run by the Mormon Church. It
is microfilm number 1036532, item 3.
- Princeton, Wisconsin, 1848-1893. by Princeton Historical Committee;
- Prussian Netzelanders and other German immigrants in Green Lake, Marquette
& Waushara Counties, Wisconsin / by Brian A. Podoll, Heritage Books; 1994.
NOTE: this also covers Poles in the West Prussian area .
- St. John the Baptist Church Princeton, Wisconsin: a Century of Dedication
through Love and Caring, 1887-1987 / [written by Alice Krystofiak] The
- They Went South: Biographical Sketches of the Civil War Veterans from
Berlin, Wisconsin / by Joyce Bennett Stemler, Berlin Historical Society;
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