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

Chapter  7  - Townships

by Frank L. Clark

Ludington Township

(-As transcribed from page 41)

Ludington Township is sixteen miles in length from east to west, six miles in width and contains 96 square miles, with a population for 1910 of 989.  It is bounded on the north by Chippewa county, on the south by the towns of Lincoln and Bridge Creek, on the east by Clark county and on the west by Seymour and Lincoln.  It is well watered by the north fork of the Eau Claire river and Twelve Mile Pine, Sand Hay and Muskrat creeks.  It is stocked with an abundance of hard wood, and in its west center is located the great maple sugar district.

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