Ozaukee County,
Wisconsin

Ozaukee County Books

The following books are available at local libraries. Many of them are reference books and cannot be checked out or sent through interlibrary loan. But if you are planning a trip to the area, you might want to visit one of our libraries to see if they might aid in your research. Please visit the Ozaukee County Resource page for the address (and website link) to check on hours and location.

The Wisconsin State Historical Society, local genealogical/historical societies and the Milwaukee Public Library are also wonderful sources for local histories, family histories, cemetery transcriptions, census records, newspaper records, etc. I've tried to list their addresses, phone numbers, and website links on the Ozaukee County Resource page mentioned above.

These are just the books relating to Ozaukee County - there are other material on histories, historic buildings/sites, walking tours, biographies, etc. in each of the librarys' vertical files - just look in their computer catalog when you visit or ask one of the librarians to help you.

Cedarburg

Cedarburg 1946 - 1964, by Harold C. Dobberpuhl (book of photographs)
Cedarburg from 1841
Cedarburg: a History Set in Stone
Cedarburg History: Legend and Lore
Official War History of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin by R.B. Pixley (World War I)
(see link on
Military Page)
Early Ozaukee County Historical Sketches
Historic Cedarburg
History of Thiensville [
Index created by Mary Saggio]
*Memories From a Rural, Ethnic Community at "the Crossroads", Saukville, Wisconsin Area by John Boatman
Reflections of Old Cedarburg, by Edward Rappold (book of photographs)
St. Francis Borgia 1844-1994
The Guide: 5th Annual Ozaukee County Anniversary Issue
The News Graphic 1883 - 1967 (microfilm)
The Way We Were: 100 Years of Cedarburg High School, edited by Richard W. Cass


Grafton

1851 - 1976 St. Paul Lutheran Church
Cedarburg 1946 - 1964, by Harold C. Dobberpuhl (book of photographs)
Cedarburg: a History Set in Stone
Early History of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
Early Ozaukee County Historical Sketches
History of Thiensville [
Index created by Mary Saggio]
Saukville, The Gem of Ozaukee by Evelyn G. Leach
The Story of William J. Niederkorn


Mequon/Thiensville

Cedarburg 1946 - 1964, by Harold C. Dobberpuhl (book of photographs)
Cedarburg: a History Set in Stone
Cedarburg History: Legend and Lore
Early Ozaukee County Historical Sketches
Freistadt and the Lutheran immigration [prepared by the Freistadt Historical Society].
History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870 Walter D. Corrigan, Sr. [
INDEX created by Carol Boettcher]
History of Thiensville [
Index created by Mary Saggio]
History of Washington & Ozaukee Counties
*Memories From a Rural, Ethnic Community at "the Crossroads", Saukville, Wisconsin Area by John Boatman
Official War History of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin by R.B. Pixley (World War I)
(see link on
Military Page)
Reflections of Old Cedarburg, by Edward Rappold (book of photographs)


Port Washington

Cedarburg History: Legend and Lore
History of Thiensville [
Index created by Mary Saggio]
History of Town Port Washington: Pioneers and Descendants Building a Home Town by Beatrice A. Wester Krier
History of Washington & Ozaukee Counties
*Memories From a Rural, Ethnic Community at "the Crossroads", Saukville, Wisconsin Area by John Boatman
Official War History of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin by R.B. Pixley (World War I)
(see link on
Military Page)
Ornament of the City, Pride of the County: A Historical Journey Tracing the Building of St. Mary's Church, by Kevin Wester
Parental Stories of Pioneer Times by Bernard J. Cigrand
Port Washington 1835 - 1985
Port Washington Womens Club 1898 - 1998


Saukville

Cedarburg 1946 - 1964, by Harold C. Dobberpuhl (book of photographs)
Cedarburg: a History Set in Stone
*Memories From a Rural, Ethnic Community at "the Crossroads", Saukville, Wisconsin Area by John Boatman
Reflections of Old Cedarburg, by Edward Rappold (book of photographs)

*This book is available from the Saukville Historical Society


Return to Ozaukee County Main Page

The Wisconsin USGenWeb Project