Township of Roosevelt
A civil town in Taylor County, Wisconsin
latitude 450501N and longitude 0904412W
Mar. 28, 1905
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The town has a total area of 34.5 square miles, of which, 34.4 square miles is land and 0.1 square miles is water.

The Village of Lublin lies within the town of Roosevelt. On the east edge of Roosevelt is Diamond Lake, a Wisconsin State Natural Area, which is managed as an ecological reference area.

In July of 1847 a crew working for the U.S. government surveyed the boundaries of the six mile square which would become Roosevelt. Then in June of 1854 another crew marked all the section corners in the township, walking through the woods and swamps, measuring with chain and compass When done, the deputy surveyor filed this general description:

The Surface of This Township is generally Broken Soil poor 3rd Rate. Timber is principally Hemlock. There is Some little White Pine Scattered through the Township but of poor quality. The Township is well watered with numerous Small Streams. There are no Settlers in the Township.

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