An early Milwaukee settler recalls the city's infancy
George P. Delaplaine's statement: Recollections [of 1830s Milwaukee]
George P. Delaplaine came to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1835 with surveyor Garret Vliet. After spending the winter surveying around Oconomowoc, Delaplaine returned to Milwaukee in 1836 and became a clerk for Solomon Juneau. Here, in a statement made in 1887, Delaplaine recollects life in 1830s Milwaukee where he associated with numerous early settlers, including Andrew Vieau. Note: this manuscript has not yet been transcribed.
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|Creator: ||Delaplaine, George Patten, 1814-1895.
|Pub Data: ||Manuscript in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives (SC 2229); also printed in Wisconsin Historical Collections, Vol. XI, pp. 243-246
|Citation: ||Delaplaine, George Patten. "Recollections, undated." Manuscript in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives (SC 2229);
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