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Baraboo's 21 Survivors of Tuscania Sinking

Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles

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Headline: Baraboo's 21 Survivors of Tuscania Sinking

Main Heading: Wars

Sub Heading: WW1

Article Date: 1935-2-05

Newspaper: Baraboo News Republic

City: Baraboo

County: Sauk

State: WI

NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE

Arndt, Otto

Bates, Otto F.

Bender, Arthur

Braun, Clarence

Bray, James F.

Brody, Russell

Caflisch, Vernon

Cahoon, Horace

Coughlin, Edward

Duncan, Donald

Hattle, George

Herfort, Randall

Kellog, Charles

Kier, Wayland

Mahler, Richard

Obrien, John

Powell, Earl

Sanderson, Ralph

Steckenbauer, Herbert

Stewart, Paul L.

Veerhusen, Earl

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Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

Location: Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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