Clark Co., Wis. Land & Property

Maps & Gazetteers


Introduction--"The Acquisition of Public Land"

Surveying Clark County (1842-1901)

Clark County, Wisconsin Property Index

Additional Information



by Chuck Debevec


Land Owners  [A]  [AN]  [B]  [BAR]  [BL]  [BR]  [BRO]  [BU]  [BUS]  [C]  [CH]  [CL]  [CO]  [COM]  [CORW]  [COU] [CU] [D]  [DI]  [DR]  [E]  [EB]  [F]  [G]  [GO]  [GR]  [H]  [HAN]  [HAS]  [HE]  [HO]  [HU]  [I]  [K]  [KI]  [KL]  [LO]  [M]  [MC]  [ME]  [MO]  [N]  [O]  [PE]  [Q]  [RO]  [RU]  [SC]  [SH]  [SI]  [SP]  [SPE]  [ST]  [T]  [TI]  [V]  [W]  [WE]  [WESTON]  [WESTON, SAM - 1]  [WESTON, SAM - 2]  [WH]  [WI]  [WOODMAN-1] [WOODMAN-2] [WOODS]


Townships Beaver  Butler  Colby  Dewhurst  Eaton  Foster (North), Foster (South)  Fremont  Grant  Green Grove  Hendren  Hewett  Hixon  Hoard  Levis  Longwood  Loyal  Lynn  Mayville Mead  Mentor Pine Valley Reseburg  Seif  Sherman  Sherwood  Thorp  Unity Warner  Washburn  Weston  Withee  Worden  York


Original Warrantees  [A] [D] [G] [L] [O] [S] [W]



Wisconsin State Maps

1882 Wis. Atlas & Plat Map.

1915 North-Central Wisconsin Soil Map.


County Maps

1854 Clark Co., WI Township Map.

1857 Central WI (when Clark County was much bigger!); Enlarged Copy; contributed by Pat Phillips.

The Clark County Map Changes (1856 - 1874).

1871 Minnesota/Wisconsin RR; Enlarged Copy; Pat Phillips.

1895 Rail Road Map; Enlarged Copy; contributed by Pat Phillips.

1901 Atlas

County Map (shows all the townships)

1906 Atlas & Plat Book--Cover, Beaver, Butler, Colby, Dewhurst, Eaton, Foster North [part 1] [part 2], Foster South [part 1] [part 2] *at this time Foster was the northern 2 townships of Mentor, Fremont, Grant, Green Grove, Hendren, Hewett, Hixon, Hoard, Levis, Longwood, Loyal, Lynn, Mayville, Mead, Mentor, Pine Valley, Reseburg, Seif, Sherman, Sherwood, Thorp, Unity, Warner, Washburn, Weston, Withee, Worden, York.

1923 Clark Co. Map


Town Maps

2002 Neillsville

Related Links

Cartographer's Office

Public Land Records


Clark County, Wisconsin Oat Field


Zgoda = Unity.

June 14, 1900, Page 378




Take advantage of abilities that are never more gifted. ? fiery land with good hardwood, priced from 8 to 5 dollars.  Fare for railway ticketing free for everyone who buys a farm; the title and property of those soils is as good as gold, for we have no greedy debt for them. If you are convinced that everything is not as strong as it is, then costs will be returned to the buyer. On the map, 1 book is written or written to:

MARYANA DURSKIEGO, 660 Noble St, Chicago.


*Translation may not be exact.  Contact us if you have corrections.





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