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"History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin, 1914, Past and Present"

Chapter  7  - Townships

by Frank L. Clark

Lincoln Township

(-As transcribed from page 39)

Lincoln Township is irregular in line on the north.  Its greatest length from north to south is nine miles, while the distance from east to west is eight miles.  It contains a fraction over sixty square miles and is settled chiefly by an agricultural community.  It is bounded on the north by the towns of Seymour and Ludington, on the south by the towns of Clear Creek and Otter Creek, on the east by Ludington and Bridge Creek, and on the west by the town of Washington.  The Eau Claire river runs through the towns from northeast to northwest, and it is also watered by the tributaries, Fall and Bear's Grass creeks.  According to the census of 1910 it had a population of 1,189.

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