Waupaca County Wisconsin
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The county was created in 1851 and organized in 1853.
It is named after the Waupaca River, a Native American name.
Clintonville * Manawa * Marion (partly in Shawano County) *
New London (partly in Outagamie County) * Waupaca (county seat) * Weyauwega *
Big Falls * Embarrass * Ogdensburg
Bear Creek * Caledonia * Dayton * Dupont * Farmington * Fremont * Harrison * Helvetia *
Iola * Larrabee * Lebanon * Lind * Little Wolf * Matteson * Mukwa * Royalton *
St. Lawrence * Union * Weyauwega * Wyoming
Chain O' Lakes * King * Northport
Many Unincorporated Communities
Granite City * Granite Quarry * Hatton * Little Wolf * Marble * Nowell * Petersville
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