Bayfield County Wisconsin
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Originally, in 1848 it was named La Pointe County, Wisconsin. After Douglas (1854) and Ashland (1860) Counties were split off from the original La Pointe County, the remainder was renamed Bayfield County on 12 April 1866. Its county seat is Washburn. The county was created in 1845 and organized in 1850
Ashland (mostly in Ashland County) * Bayfield * Washburn (county seat)
Barksdale * Barnes * Bayfield * Bayview * Bell * Cable * Clover * Delta * Drummond * Eileen * Grandview * Hughes * Iron River * Kelly * Keystone * Lincoln * Mason * Namakagon * Orienta * Oulu * Pilsen * Port Wing * Russell * Tripp * Washburn
Cable * Cornucopia * Drummond * Grand View * Herbster * Iron River * Port Wing
Ashland Junction * Barksdale * Bark Point * Benoit * Delta * Ino * Lake Owen * Leonards * Moquah * Muskeg * Namekagon *
Pike River * Radspur * Pureair * Oulu * Red Cliff * Salmo * Sand Bay * Sioux * Sutherland * Topside * Wills