Ozaukee County,
Wisconsin

Ozaukee County Places

Ozaukee New Articles - News articles about homes, buildings or towns/villages in our county.

Auxiliary promotes patriotism since 1945 - extracted from the News Graphic

Community Names Reflect Indian Lore, Heritage - extracted from the News Graphic Pilot
Freistadt Lutheran Church 110 Yrs. Old - extracted from the Ozaukee Press
Grafton Parish Will Be 100 Years Old - extracted from the Ozaukee Press
History of Lake Church - extracted from the Ozaukee Press
The Northern Railway - extracted from the Milwaukee Sentinel
Saukville Mill - extracted from the Ozaukee Press
Some Settlements Faded With The Passage of Time - extracted from the News Graphic Pilot
A short history of Port Ulao - page of the Semiannual Newsletter of the Ulao Creek Partnership, Inc.
When Mass was held in Town Ten - extracted from the News Graphic
Wisconsin Chair Company fire - extracted from the Ozaukee Press and The Cedarburg Weekly News.
Wisconsin Chair Company fire - extracted from The Port Washington Star.


Ozaukee Photos & Postcards - Photographs and postcards of the past showing local areas as your ancestors might have seen them.


Early Begium postcards
Early Cedarburg postcards
Early Fredonia postcards
Early Grafton postcards
Early Mequon/Thiensville postcards
Early Port Washington postcards
Early Saukville postcards
Early Saukville School
Eidinberger farm, aerial view, Port Washington
1894 Hill School, Port Washington
Penny Postcards from Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
Train along Donges Bay Road, Thiensville, Wisconsin


Ozaukee Town Histories - Transcribed town histories taken from "The History of Ozaukee and Washington Counties" published in 1881 by Western Publishing Company, Chicago.


Belgium
Cedarburg, Town & Village
Fredonia (includes Waubeka and Fredonia Station)
Grafton, Town & Village
Mequon
Port Washington
Saukville, Town & Village




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