Brown County Wisconsin
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Brown County is one of Wisconsin's two original counties along with Crawford County
and originally spanned the entire eastern half of the state when formed by the Michigan Territorial legislature
It was named for Major General Jacob Brown, a successful military leader during the War of 1812.
The county seat is Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Cities and Towns
Allouez * Ashwaubenon * Bellevue * Denmark * Hobart * Howard (partly in Outagamie County) *
Pulaski (partly in Shawano County and Oconto County) * Suamico * Wrightstown (partly in Outagamie County)
Eaton * Glenmore * Holland * Humboldt * Lawrence * Ledgeview *
Morrison * New Denmark * Pittsfield * Rockland * Scott * Wrightstown
Anston * Askeaton * Benderville * Bay Settlement * Buckman * Champion * Chapel Ridge * Coppens Corner * Dyckesville *
Fontenoy * Edgewater Beach * Glenmore * Greenleaf * Henrysville * Hollandtown * Humboldt * Kolb * Kunesh * Langes Corners *
Lark * Little Rapids * Mill Center * Morrison * New Franken * Pine Grove
* Pittsfield (partial) * Poland * Red Banks * Shirley *
Sniderville (partial) * Sugar Bush * Wayside * Wequiock
Native American Communities
Oneida Nation of Wisconsin (partial)