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KEWAUNEE, a village and the capital of Kewaunee County, eastern Wisconsin, on Lake Michigan, at the outlet of Kewaunee River, on the Green Bay, Winona and St. Paul railroad, 26 miles E. of Green Bay. It contains a saw-mill, foundry, flour-mills, a pearl-button factory, machine-shop, furniture factory, and has a large trade in wheat and lumber. Population 1900, 1,773.
[Source: "The new Werner twentieth century edition of the Encyclopaedia ...", Publ. 1907]
Kewaunee County's county seat is Kewaunee.