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Term: Cutler, Gen. Lysander (1808-1866)
b. Worcester County, Massachusetts, February 16, 1808
d. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 30, 1866
Lysander Cutler was colonel of the 6th Wisconsin Infantry and one of the leaders of the famous Iron Brigade.
Little is known about Cutler's childhood and upbringing. He was born in Worcester County, Massachusetts, and moved to Maine as a young man in 1828. He received training in the Maine militia during the 1830s and came to Milwaukee about 1856.
When the Civil War broke out in April 1861, Cutler was one of few people in Milwaukee with previous military training. He was commissioned colonel of the 6th Wisconsin Infantry and began forming his regiment in July 1861 at Camp Randall in Madison. He was 53 years old, and his age and experience commanded implicit respect. "Our old Colonel Cutler," wrote a junior officer at the time, "is a strict disciplinarian and will tolerate no nonsense."
Cutler led his regiment into some of the worst fighting of the war. He fought in the battles of Gainesville, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness. He was severely wounded three times, at Gainesville, Fredericksburg, and Weldon Railroad. His brigade opened the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863, and suffered the brunt of the fighting on the first day.
During the war, a visitor to his tent described Cutler as "an elderly gentleman, spare of frame, with silvery hair, a beard nearly white, and beneath heavy eyebrows of an iron-gray color, are keen, penetrating dark eyes. His step is somewhat uneven, owing to a severe wound received at Gainesville. From behind a somewhat grave and severe aspect, shines out a kindly, even genial manner that wins you at once."
He was appointed brigadier general in November 1862 and brevetted a major general in August 1864. During the war he commanded various regiments, brigades, and divisions at different times. He was wounded for the last time on August 21, 1864, and resigned his command three weeks later. For the last nine months of the war he was assigned to recruitment duties on the home front. He resigned in July 1865 and returned to Milwaukee, where he died a year later.
Links to learn more
Cutler's wartime service is summarized briefly on page 986 of E.B. Quiner's "Military History of Wisconsin" (Chicago, 1866).
Rufus Dawes' memoir, "Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers" (Marietta, Ohio, 1890), contains dozens of descriptions of Cutler and quotations from his official reports.
Original documents related to Lysander Cutler
[Source: Dictionary of Wisconsin Biography (Madison, 1965); Love, W. D. Wisconsin in War of Rebellion (Chicago, 1866): 972; Milwaukee Sentinel, July 31, 1866; Dawes, Rufus. Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers (Marietta, Ohio, 1890).]
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Cable, Town of, Bayfield Co.
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Cadle, Richard Fish 1796 - 1857
Cadott [origin of place name]
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Cady, Town of, St. Croix Co.
Cahoon Mine [origin of place name]
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Calhoun, Waukesha Co.
Caliminee, Election precinct of, Green Co.
Callahan, John 1865 - 1956
Callon, Marathon Co.
Callow, William G. 1921
Calumet and Manitowoc Invincibles (Civil War milit
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Cameron, Howard W. 1915
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Camp Douglas (military installation).
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Camp Lake, Kenosha Co.
Camp Randall (Historic Marker Erected 1961)
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Camp Williams (military installation)
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Campbell, Henry Colin 1862 - 1923
Campbell, James 1814 - 1883
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Campbell, William James 1871 - 1956
Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co.
Campbellsport, Village of, Fond du Lac Co.
Campia, Barron Co.
canals in Wisconsin
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Cane, Arnold J. 1914
Cannon Stone (Historic Marker Erected 1979)
Cannon, Raymond Joseph 1894 - 1951
cant frames (maritime)
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Canton, Town of, Buffalo Co.
Capital, Attempted Removal of.
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Carey, Eben James 1889 - 1947
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Carnegie, Douglas Co.
Carnot, Door Co.
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Carr Valley [origin of place name]
Carr, Ezra Slocum 1819 - 1894
Carr, Peter P.
Carramana [origin of place name]
Carriage (Civil War)
carriage and wagon industry in Wisconsin
Carroll College (Historic Marker Erected 1972)
Carrollville, Milwaukee Co.
Carron, Thomas 1752 - 1817
Carson, Town of, Portage Co.
Carter, Forest Co.
Carter, Homer Wright 1847 - 1933
Carter, Iron Co.
Carter, William Edward 1833 - 1905
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Cartwright's Mills [origin of place name]
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Cary, William Joseph 1865 - 1934
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Cascade, Sheboygan Co.
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Case, Jerome Increase 1819 - 1891
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Cashton [origin of place name]
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Cashton, Village of, Monroe Co.
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Caspar Partridge case, 1850-1855
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Cassell Prairie [origin of place name]
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Cassville, Grant Co.
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Castle Rock, Town of, Grant Co.
Castleman, Alfred Lewis 1808 - 1877
Caswell, Lucien Bonaparte 1827 - 1919
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Cataract, Monroe Co.
Cataract, Town of, Jackson Co.
Catawba, Price Co.
Catawba, Town of, Price Co.
Catawba, Village of, Price Co.
Cate, George Washington 1824 - 1905
Cates, Richard L. 1925
Catfish (historical), Dane Co.
Catfish River, Dane Co.
Catholics in Wisconsin
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Catlin, John 1803 - 1874
Cato [origin of place name]
Cato, Manitowoc Co.
Cato, Town of, Manitowoc Co.
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Cedar Grove [origin of place name]
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Cedar, Iron Co.
Cedarburg [brief history]
Cedarburg [origin of place name]
Cedarburg, Ozaukee Co.
Cedarburg, Town of, Ozaukee Co.
Cedarville, Marinette Co.
Celichowski, Bronislaus 1872 - 1951
cement industry in Wisconsin
Center Valley, Outagamie Co.
Center, Town of, Outagamie Co.
Center, Town of, Rock Co.
Centerville [origin of place name]
Centerville [origin of place name]
Centerville, Election precinct of, Grant Co.
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Centerville, St. Croix Co.
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Centuria, Village of, Polk Co.
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Chafin, Eugene Wilder 1852 - 1920
chain locke (maritime)
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Champion, Brown Co.
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Chapman, Chandler Burnell 1815 - 1877
Chapman, Chandler Pease 1844 - 1897
Chapman, Silas 1813 - 1899
Chapple, John Crockett 1876 - 1946
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Charlesburg, Calumet Co.
Charlestown, Town of, Calumet Co.
Charlevoix, Fr., Pierre François Xavier de, 1682-1
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Charme, Crawford Co.
Charneski, James R. 1935
Charter Oak Mills (historical), Jackson Co.
Chase, Enoch 1809 - 1892
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Chase, Town of, Trempealeau Co.
Chase, Warren 1813 - 1891
Chaseburg [origin of place name]
Chaseburg, Vernon Co.
Chaseburg, Village of, Vernon Co.
Chattanooga, Battle of
cheese in Wisconsin
cheesemaking in Wisconsin
Cheeseville, Washington Co.
Chelsea [origin of place name]
Chelsea, Taylor Co.
Chelsea, Town of, Taylor Co.
Chenequa, Village of, Waukesha Co.
Chenequa, Waukesha Co.
Chequamegon [origin of place name]
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Cherokee [origin of place name]
Cherokee, Marathon Co.
Chester, Town of, Adams Co.
Chester, Town of, Dodge Co.
Chetek [brief history]
Chetek [origin of place name]
Chetek, Barron Co.
Chetek, Town of, Barron Co.
Chicago Corners, Outagamie Co.
Chicago Junction, Washburn Co.
Chicago, Kenosha Co.
Chickamauga, Battle of
Chicog, Town of, Washburn Co.
Chief Lake, Sawyer Co.
Chief Waupaca (Historic Marker Erected 1957)
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child of the devil
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Chili, Clark Co.
Chili, Town of, Fond du Lac Co.
Chilsen, Walter J. 1923
Chilton [origin of place name]
Chilton, Calumet Co.
Chilton, Town of, Calumet Co.
Chimney Rock [origin of place name]
Chimney Rock, Town of, Trempealeau Co.
Chippewa City, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Chippewa County [origin of place name]
Chippewa Falls Mill, Election precinct of, Crawfor
Chippewa Falls [brief history]
Chippewa Falls, Chippewa Co.
Chippewa Falls, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Chippewa River and Menomonie Railway (Historic Mar
Chippewa Valley White Pine (Historic Marker Erecte
Chippewa, Town of, Ashland Co.
Chippewa, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Chittamo [origin of place name]
Chittamo, Washburn Co.
Choate, Langlade Co.
Choate, Leander 1834 - 1909
Christian Science in Wisconsin
Christiana [origin of place name]
Christiana [origin of place name]
Christiana, Town of, Dane Co.
Christiana, Town of, Vernon Co.
Christie, Clark Co.
Christilla Heights, Rock Co.
Christmas tree ship
Christopherson, Jr., Frank W. 1927
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Wis
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Wis
Churchill, Frank Flanders 1865 - 1938
Chvala, Chuck 1954
Chynoweth, Edna Phillips, 1852-1950
Chynoweth, Herbert William 1848 - 1906
Chynoweth, Mary Hayes (1825-1905)
Cicero, Outagamie Co.
Cicero, Town of, Outagamie Co.
Circus World Museum
Cirilli, Arthur A. 1914
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City of Superior, Census district of, Dane Co.
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City Point, Jackson Co.
City Point, Town of, Jackson Co.
City View Heights, Dane Co.
Civil Rights Movement in Wisconsin
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Civil War, Wisconsin troops
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Civil War: draft riots (1862)
Civil War: home front
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in Wisconsin
Clam Falls [origin of place name]
Clam Falls, Polk Co.
Clam Falls, Town of, Polk Co.
Clam Lake, Ashland Co.
Clarenbach, David E. 1953
Clarence [origin of place name]
Clarence, Town of, Washington Co.
Clark [origin of place name]
Clark, Charles Benjamin 1844 - 1891
Clark, Clark Co.
Clark, John 1797 - 1854
Clark, Julius Taylor 1814 - 1908
Clark, Satterlee [Jr.?] 1816 - 1881
Clark, William Walter 1885
Clark, William, 1770-1838.
Clark-Halyard, Ardie 1896 - 1989
Clarke, Bascom B., 1851 - 1929
Clarks Mills, Manitowoc Co.
Clarks Point, Winnebago Co.
Clarkson, Town of, Dane Co.
Clarno [origin of place name]
Clarno, Green Co.
Clarno, Town of, Green Co.
Clary, Dexter 1798 - 1874
Classon, David Guy 1870 - 1930
Clausen, Claus Lauritz 1820 - 1892
Clausen, Frederick Harold 1875 - 1944
Clausing, Alice 1944
Clay Banks, Town of, Door Co.
Clayton, Polk Co.
Clayton, Town of, Crawford Co.
Clayton, Town of, Polk Co.
Clayton, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Clayton, Village of, Polk Co.
Clear Creek, Town of, Eau Claire Co.
Clear Creek, Town of, Eau Claire Co.
Clear Lake, Polk Co.
Clear Lake, Town of, Polk Co.
Clear Lake, Village of, Polk Co.
Clearfield, Town of, Juneau Co.
Clearwater Lake, Oneida Co.
Clearwater [origin of place name]
Clearwater, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Cleary, Michael Joseph 1876 - 1947
Cleghorn, Eau Claire Co.
Clemens, Harold W. 1918
Clement, Town of, Iron Co.
Clements, Sylvester G. 1936
clergy and chaplains (Civil War)
Clermont, Alexis 1808 - 1898
Cleveland [origin of place name]
Cleveland, Manitowoc Co.
Cleveland, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Cleveland, Town of, Jackson Co.
Cleveland, Town of, Langlade Co.
Cleveland, Town of, Marathon Co.
Cleveland, Town of, Taylor Co.
Cleveland, Village of, Manitowoc Co.
Clifford, Gerald Francis 1889 - 1952
Clifford, Lincoln Co.
Clifton, Dane Co. (obsolete)
Clifton, Monroe Co.
Clifton, Town of, Grant Co.
Clifton, Town of, Monroe Co.
Clifton, Town of, Pierce Co.
Clinton [origin of place name]
Clinton, Rock Co.
Clinton, Town of, Barron Co.
Clinton, Town of, Rock Co.
Clinton, Town of, Vernon Co.
Clinton, Village of, Rock Co.
Clintonville [origin of place name]
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Clover, Manitowoc Co.
Clover, Town of, Bayfield Co.
Cloverdale, Juneau Co.
Cloverland, Douglas Co.
Cloverland, Town of, Douglas Co.
Cloverland, Town of, Vilas Co.
Clyde, Iowa Co.
Clyde, Kewaunee Co.
Clyde, Town of, Iowa Co.
Clyman Junction, Dodge Co.
Clyman [origin of place name]
Clyman, Dodge Co.
Clyman, Town of, Dodge Co.
Clyman, Village of, Dodge Co.
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Cobb Town, Waupaca Co.
Cobb, Amasa 1823 - 1905
Cobb, Iowa Co.
Cobb, Village of, Iowa Co.
Cobban, Chippewa Co.
Coburn, Frank Potter 1858 - 1932
Cochran, Joseph William 1842 - 1914
Cochrane, Buffalo Co.
Cochrane, Village of, Buffalo Co.
Codding, Ichabod 1810 - 1866
Coddington, Portage Co.
Coe, Edwin Delos 1840 - 1909
Coffey, John L. 1922
Coggs, G. Spencer 1949
Coggs, Isaac N. 1920
Coggs, Marcia P. 1928
Colburn, Chippewa Co.
Colburn, Town of, Adams Co.
Colburn, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Colby [origin of place name]
Colby, Clark Co.
Colby, Gardner 1810 - 1879
Colby, Town of, Clark Co.
Cold Spring, Jefferson Co.
Cold Spring, Town of, Jefferson Co.
Cold Springs, La Crosse Co.
Cold Springs, Town of, Buffalo Co.
Cold Springs, Town of, St. Croix Co.
Cole Historic District (Historic Marker Erected 19
Cole, Azel Dow 1818 - 1885
Cole, Harry Ellsworth 1861 - 1928
Cole, Leon Jacob 1877 - 1948
Cole, Orsamus 1819 - 1903
Coleman, Charles W.
Coleman, Marinette Co.
Coleman, Town of, Marinette Co.
Coleman, Village of, Marinette Co.
Coleman, William 1878 - 1933
Coleman, William Werner 1835 - 1888
Coles Bashford House (Historic Marker Erected 1975
Colfax [origin of place name]
Colfax, Dunn Co.
Colfax, Town of, Dunn Co.
Colfax, Village of, Dunn Co.
Colgate, Waukesha Co.
Collamer [origin of place name]
Collie, George Lucius 1857 - 1954
Collins, Manitowoc Co.
Collins, Robert A. 1924
Colman, Charles Lane 1826 - 1901
Colman, Henry Root 1800 - 1895
Colnik, Cyril 1871 - 1958
Coloma, Town of, Waushara Co.
Coloma, Village of, Waushara Co.
Coloma, Waushara Co.
Colon, Pedro 1968
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Columbia County [origin of place name]
Columbia Rifles (Civil War)
Columbia, Clark Co.
Columbus, Columbia Co.
Columbus, Election precinct of, Portage Co.
Columbus, Town of, Columbia Co.
Combined Locks, Outagamie Co.
Combined Locks, Village of, Outagamie Co.
Comfort, Dunn Co.
commercial fruit production
Commercial or Chicago Style (architecture)
commercial vegetable processing
commissioned officer (Civil War)
Commons, John Rogers 1862 - 1945
Commonwealth, Florence Co.
Commonwealth, Town of, Florence Co.
Como, Walworth Co.
Company (Civil War)
Company of One Hundred.
Comrade (Civil War)
Comstock, Barron Co.
Comstock, George Cary 1855 - 1934
Concord, Jefferson Co.
Concord, Town of, Jefferson Co.
conglomerate, crag or puddingstone (mining)
Conkey, Theodore 1819 - 1880
Connor, William Duncan 1864 - 1944
Connorsville, Dunn Co.
Conover [origin of place name]
Conover, Town of, Vilas Co.
Conover, Vilas Co.
Conrad, William Harrison 1888 - 1951
Conradt, Ervin W. 1916
Conrath, Rusk Co.
Conrath, Village of, Rusk Co.
Conroe, Town of, Manitowoc Co.
conscript (Civil War)
Constitution of 1846
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Conta, Dennis J. 1940
contraband (Civil War)
Converseville [origin of place name]
Cook, Samuel Andrew 1849 - 1918
Cooks Valley, Town of, Chippewa Co.
Cooksville [origin of place name]
Cooksville, Rock Co.
Cooley, Robert Lawrence 1869 - 1944
Coolidge (historical), Price Co.
Coomer [origin of place name]
Coomer, Burnett Co.
Coon Rock, Iowa Co.
Coon Valley [origin of place name]
Coon Valley, Vernon Co.
Coon Valley, Village of, Vernon Co.
Coon, Frederick William 1850 - 1919
Coon, John Williams 1860 - 1934
Coon, Town of, Vernon Co.
Cooper, Henry Allen 1850 - 1931
Coopers Shores, Rock Co.
Cooperstown [origin of place name]
Cooperstown, Manitowoc Co.
Cooperstown, Town of, Manitowoc Co.
Coppens Corner, Brown Co.
Copper Creek [origin of place name]
Copperhead (Civil War)
Coral City [origin of place name]
Coral City, Trempealeau Co.
Corby, Ellen 1913 - 1999
Corduroy road (logging)
Corinth, Marathon Co.
Corinth, Second Battle of
Corinth, Siege of
Corliss [origin of place name]
Cormier, Brown Co.
Cornelia, Grant Co.
Cornell [origin of place name]
Cornell, Chippewa Co.
Cornell, Robert J. 1919
Corning, Town of, Lincoln Co.
Cornish in Wisconsin
Cornucopia, Bayfield Co.
Corporal (Civil War)
Cortland (historical), Trempealeau Co.
Corwin (historical), Richland Co.
Coryville, Town of, Kewaunee Co.
Cosgrove, Frank J. 1914
Cothren, Montgomery Morrison 1819 - 1888
Cottage Grove [origin of place name]
Cottage Grove, Dane Co.
Cottage Grove, Town of, Dane Co.
Cottage Grove, Village of, Dane Co.
Cottage Inn, Lafayette Co.
Cottonville, Adams Co.
Couderay [origin of place name]
Couderay, Sawyer Co.
Couderay, Town of, Sawyer Co.
Couderay, Village of, Sawyer Co.
Coulee Country (HIstoric Marker Erected 1973)
Council Bay, La Crosse Co.
counties in Wisconsin
Country Life Movement
County Line, Oconto Co.
coureurs de bois (Fr.)
court martials (Civil War)
Court Oreilles (Historic Marker Erected 1955)
Courtes Oreilles Lake [origin of place name]
Courtland, Town of, Columbia Co.
Cousins [origin of place name]
Coutume de Paris
Cover, Joseph Carmen 1819 - 1872
covered-dish meal (food)
covering board (maritime)
Cowie, Robert Somerville 1873 - 1951
Cowles, Robert L. 1950
Cozy Corner, Douglas Co.
Crabtree, James William 1864 - 1945
Craig, Alexander J. 1823 - 1870
Cramer, William Edward 1817 - 1905
Cramers Corners [origin of place name]
Cranberry Center, Town of, Juneau Co.
Cranberry Culture (Historic Marker Erected 1958)
cranberry industry in Wisconsin
Cranberry Lake, Jefferson Co.
Cranberry Lake, Price Co.
Cranberry Marsh, Sheboygan Co.
Crandall, George Humphrey 1869 - 1938
Crandon [brief history]
Crandon, Forest Co.
Crandon, Town of, Forest Co.
Crane, Frederika (1854-1930)
Cranmoor, Town of, Wood Co.
Cranmoor, Wood Co.
Crawford County [origin of place name]
Crawford Crossing, Sauk Co.
Crawford, George 1849 - 1927
Crawford, John S. 1923
Crawford, Samuel 1820 - 1861
Crawford, Thomas James 1952
Creager, Marvin H. 1882 - 1954
Cream - Brick Cottages (Historic Marker Erected 19
Cream Brick (Historic Marker Erected 1998)
Cream, Buffalo Co.
Crelie, Joseph 1773 - 1866
Crescent Corner, Oneida Co.
Crescent, Chippewa Co.
Crescent, Town of, Oneida Co.
Crestview, Racine Co.
Crestview, Rock Co.
Creviere, John A. 1886 - 1964
Creviere, Marie Schmitt, 1924 - 2002
Creviere, Paul John, Sr. 1924 - 2008
Crex Meadows (Historic Marker Erected 1976)
Crib Disaster (Milwaukee)
Crib logs (logging)
Crivitz, Marinette Co.
Crivitz, Town of, Marinette Co.
Crivitz, Village of, Marinette Co.
Croatians in Wisconsin
Crocker, Hans 1815 - 1889
Crooked Lake, Waukesha Co.
Crooks, N. Patrick 1938
Crooks, Ramsay, 1787-1859
cross bracing (maritime)
Cross Plains, Dane Co.
Cross Plains, Town of, Dane Co.
Cross Plains, Village of, Dane Co.
Cross, James B. 1819 - 1876
Cross, Town of, Buffalo Co.
Crowe, Mickey (1958 - )
Crownhart, Charles Henry 1863 - 1930
Crystal Lake, Town of, Barron Co.
Crystal Lake, Town of, Marquette Co.
Crystal, Town of, Washburn Co.
Cuba City [origin of place name]
Cuba City, Grant Co.
Cubans in Wisconsin
Cudahy [brief history]
Cudahy [origin of place name]
Cudahy, John 1887 - 1943
Cudahy, Milwaukee Co.
Cudahy, Patrick 1849 - 1919
Cullen, David A. 1960
Cullen, Oconto Co.
Cumberland, Barron Co.
Cumberland, Town of, Barron Co.
Cunningham, Thomas Jefferson 1852 - 1941
curd separation (dairy)
Curley, Robert M. 1922
Curran, Kewaunee Co.
Curran, Town of, Jackson Co.
Currie, George R. 1900
Curry, John Steuart 1897 - 1946
Curtis, Alice B., 1866-1936
Curtiss, Clark Co.
Curtiss, Village of, Clark Co.
Cushing, Lt. Alonzo H. (1841-1863)
Cushing, Polk Co.
Custer, Portage Co.
Cutler, Gen. Lysander (1808-1866)
Cutler, Harry Henderson 1859 - 1933
Cutler, Juneau Co.
Cutler, Town of, Juneau Co.
Cutter, Douglas Co.
Cylon, St. Croix Co.
Cylon, Town of, St. Croix Co.
Cyrak, Mel J. 1936
Czarnezki, Joseph J. 1954
Czechs in Wisconsin
Czechville, Buffalo Co.
Czerwinski, Joseph C. 1944