Ziegler, Wisconsin

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Ziegler is a ghost town in the town of Berlin, Marathon County, Wisconsin, United States.[1]

History[edit]

In 1898, Ziegler had 60 people, a planing mill and a saw mill, one cheese factory; one hardware and one shoe store, and a Lutheran church. The United States Post Office delivered mail three times a week.[2] In 1909, Ziegler had a post office.[3]

Notable people[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 'Turner's Hand Book and Gazetter of Wisconsin,' Lura J. Turner, Joseph M. Turner, Paul S. Reinsch: L.J. Turner and J.M. Turner, Burlington, Wisconsin; 1898, 1939-Zieger, pg. 266
  2. ^ 'Turner's Hand Book and Gazetter of Wisconsin,' Lura J. Turner, Joseph M. Turner, Paul S. Reinsch: L.J. Turner and J.M. Turner, Burlington, Wisconsin: 1898, 1939-Ziegler, pg. 266
  3. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1909,' pg. 630
  4. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1895,' Biographical Sketch of Robert Plisch, pg. 684