Calumet County Wisconsin
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The county was created in 1836 and organized in 1850.
It is the fifth-smallest county in Wisconsin by land area and fourth-smallest by total area. The west boundary is largely in Lake Winnebago.
In the 1830s, the United States government relocated Native Americans from New York and New England to the southwest part of the county; these included the Brothertown Indians, Oneida Indians, and Stockbridge-Munsee Indians
The county seat is Chilton.
Appleton (mostly in Outagamie County and Winnebago County)
Chilton (county seat)
Kiel (mostly in Manitowoc County)
Menasha (mostly in Winnebago County)
Harrison (partial) * Hilbert * Potter * Sherwood * Stockbridge *
Brillion * Brothertown * Charlestown * Chilton * Harrison * New Holstein * Rantoul * Stockbridge * Woodville
Brant * Brothertown * Calumetville (partial) * Charlesburg * Dorns Faro Springs Beach * Dorns Twilight Beach * Dundas
* Eckers Lakeland * Hayton * Highland Beach * Jericho * Kloten * Maple Heights * Meggers (partial) * Quinney * Rockaway Beach
* St. Anna (partial) * St. John * Utowana Beach * Waverly Beach (partial) * Wells (partial) *
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