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Term: Kincaid, Lloyd H. 1925

Definition: (Dem.), 12th Senate District Born Sault St. Marie, Mich., May 8, 1925; married; 4 children. Attended Crandon elementary and high school. Full-time legislator. Former cabinetmaker, meat retailer and grocery businessman. World War II vet.; Army 1943-45. Member church council; Amer. Legion; Lions; Bd. of Dir. Nicolet College and Technical Institute 1970- 73; alderman 1970-73; county board supervisor 1970-73. Elected to Assembly 1972- 82 (resigned 4/13/83); elected to Senate in April 1983 special election; reelected since 1984. Senate Majority Caucus Secretary 1989, 1987, 1985; Assembly Majority Caucus Sergeant at Arms 1979-82. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 1989 - Transportation, Conservation and Mining (chp.); Labor, Business, Insurance, Veterans and Military Affairs (also 1987); Jt. Com. for Review of Administrative Rules (co-chp. 1983); Rustic Roads Bd. (also 1987); Transportation Projects Comn. (mbr. since 1985); Council on Child Labor. 1987 - Transportation, Tourism and Conservation (chp.); Aging, Banking, Commercial Credit and Taxation (also 1985); Council on Tourism; Legis Coun. Coms. on American Indian Study (also 1985, 1983), on Mining (chp., also 1985, 1983, vice chp. 1981, 1979). 1985 - Tourism, Revenue, Financial Institutions and Forestry (chp.); Select Com. on Radioactive Waste (co-chp.); Legis. Coun. Com. on Regulation of Financial Institutions. 1983 - Tour-ism and Revenue (chp.); Aging, Financial Institutions and State Institutions (eff. 6/3/83); Agriculture and Rural Affairs (ff. 6/3/83); Legis. Coun. Com. on Peace Officer Study. Assembly committee assignments: 1983 - Revenue (chp., mbr. 1981); Excise and Fees (also 1981); Forest Productivity and Rural Development; Tourism and Recreation (1981 chp.). 1981 - Veterans and Military Affairs; Legis. Coun. Com. on Alien Land Ownership. 1979 - Tourism, Recreation and Economic Development (vice chp.); Highways; Small Business (also 1977); State Affairs (also 1977). 1977 - Revision (vice chp.); Natural Resources (since 1973); Legis. Coun. Com. on Natural Re-sources (since 1973). 1975 - Tourism (also 1973). Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-2509; District: (715) 478-3979. Voting address: 110 N. Crandon Ave., Crandon 54520. Mailing address: (office) Room 19 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882. (Blue Book 1989-90)

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172 records found

1888 Bohemian Schoolhouse (Historic Marker)
Abert, George 1817 - 1890
Ameche, Don 1908 - 1993
Bacon, Edward Payson 1834 - 1916
ballast (railroads)
bank (railroads)
Barron, Henry Danforth 1833 - 1882
Bashford, Coles 1816 - 1878
Bay View Rolling Mill (Historic Marker Erected 198
Belgian Settlement in Wisconsin (Historic Marker E
Bluffton, Marquette Co.
bobber (railroads)
boiler (railroads)
boxcar (railroads)
brakeman (railroads)
branch line (railroads)
Brandemuehl, David A. 1931
Breske, Roger M. 1938
broad gauge (railroads)
Brookfield [brief history]
Browne, Edward L. 1830 - 1925
Buffalo City [brief history]
Burnham, George 1816 - 1889
Burnham, Jonathan Levi 1818 - 1891
caboose (railroads)
cant (railroads)
Carhart, John W. 1834 - 1914
Carpenter, Matthew Hale [B. "Carpenter","Decatur M
Civil War: 29th Infantry
Civil War: 43rd Infantry
Civil War: home front
Colby, Gardner 1810 - 1879
Commons, John Rogers 1862 - 1945
conductor (railroads)
Cooper, Henry Allen 1850 - 1931
coupler (railroads)
Crocker, Hans 1815 - 1889
Cross, James B. 1819 - 1876
crummy (railroads)
Davidson, James Henry 1858 - 1918
De Pere [brief history]
dead man's handle (railroads)
Dheinsville Settlement (Historic Marker Erected 19
Doty, James Duane 1799 - 1865
Edgerton, Benjamin Hyde 1811 - 1886
Eldred, Anson 1820 - 1895
Esch, John Jacob 1861 - 1941
express train (railroads)
facing (railroads)
fettle, fettling (railroads)
firebox (railroads)
fireman (railroads)
First Rural Zoning Ordinance (Historic Marker Erec
flatcar (railroads)
floods in Wisconsin
flying junction (railroads)
Fond du Lac [brief history]
Foster, Nathaniel Caldwell 1834 - 1923
four-foot (railroads)
gandy dancer (railroads)
Garland, Hamlin 1860 - 1940
gauge (railroads)
gondola (railroads)
Good Roads Movement
grab bar (railroads)
Granger Movement
Green Bay [brief history]
Guppey, Gen. Joshua J. (1820-1893)
hack (railroads)
Hasenohrl, Donald W. 1935
Hatton, William H. 1856 - 1937
Hayward [brief history]
Highway Marking (Historic Marker Erected 1956)
Hirst, Arthur Roscoe 1881 - 1932
Hoard, William Dempster 1836 - 1918
hogger (railroads)
Holmes, Frederick Lionel 1883 - 1946
Holton, Edward Dwight 1815 - 1892
hotels in Wisconsin
island platform (railroads)
Janesville, Rock Co.
Jefferson, Jefferson Co.
Johnstown Center, Rock Co.
Jones, Burr W. 1846 - 1935
junction (railroads)
Juneau, Solomon 1793 - 1856
Keep, Albert 1826 - 1907
Kenosha [brief history]
Keyes, Elisha Williams 1828 - 1910
Kilbourn, Byron 1801 - 1870
Kincaid, Lloyd H. 1925
Kneeland, Moses 1809 - 1864
La Crosse [brief history]
La Follette, Robert Marion Sr. 1855 - 1925
Lasee, Alan J. 1937
Lawe, George William 1810 - 1895
Lawler, John 1832 - 1891
level junction (railroads)
Lime industry in Wisconsin
local train (railroads)
long lots
Ludington, Harrison 1812 - 1891
Mack, John Givan Davis 1867 - 1924
Madison, Dane Co.
mainline (railroads)
Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co.
Mapes, David Parshall 1798 - 1890
Marin, Paul, 1692-1753
Mcdougal, Milton 1917
meat packing industry
Miller, Roswell 1843 - 1913
Mohrsville [origin of place name]
narrow gauge (railroads)
North Freedom [origin of place name]
Omro, Winnebago Co.
pantograph (railroads)
per diem (railroads)
Pewaukee [brief history]
Philipp, Emanuel Lorenz 1861 - 1925
piston (railroads)
Plache, Kimberly M. 1961
plank road
Potter Law (1874)
Price, William Thompson 1824 - 1886
Putnam, Henry Cleveland 1832 - 1912
quarrying industry in Wisconsin
Racine [brief history]
Racine, Racine Co.
railroads in Wisconsin
Reed, George 1807 - 1883
Rest Areas on the I-Roads (Historic Marker Erected
Ringling [Rungeling], Albert 1852 - 1916
Road gang (logging)
road monkey (logging)
roads in Wisconsin (early)
roads in Wisconsin (modern)
rolling stock (railroads)
Rustic Road (Historic Marker Erected 1976)
Sanders, Col. Horace T. (1820-1865)
Shaw, Daniel 1813 - 1881
Sheboygan, Sheboygan Co.
shoofly (railroads)
siding (railroads)
six-foot (railroads)
standard gauge (railroads)
Stevens Point [brief history]
Stone, Jeff 1961
swamper (logging)
switchman (railroads)
Taylor, William Robert 1820 - 1909
Teasdale, Howard (1855 - 1936)
ten-foot (railroads)
The "Dinky" (Historic Marker Erected 1989)
The Point of Beginning (Historic Marker Erected 19
The Saukville Trails (Historic Marker Erected 1998
The Upper Mississippi (Historic Marker Erected 198
Thompsonville, Racine Co.
through platform (railroads)
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1900 -1999
Tittemore, James Nelson 1864 - 1949
trainman (railroads)
turntable (railroads)
Van Hise Rock (Historic Marker Erected 1997)
Vanderperren, Cletus 1912
Village of Cooksville (Historic Marker Erected 199
Washburn, Gov. Cadwallader Colden (1818-1882)
Watertown, Jefferson Co.
Wauwatosa, Milwaukee Co.
way car (railroads)
wheat cultivation
WPA (in Wisconsin)
yard (railroads)

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