Waushara County Wisconsin
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Largest city: Berlin
Waushara County was established by an act of the Wisconsin Legislature on February 15, 1851. It originally consisted of a single organized Town of Waushara. In 1852 the county achieved full organization. The county seat was first located at Sacramento and was relocated to Wautoma in 1854 after a bitter fight between proponents of the two places.
The name is of Native American origin and is believed to mean "good land".
Berlin (mostly in Green Lake County) * Wautoma (county seat)
Lohrville * Redgranite * Wild Rose
Aurora * Bloomfield * Coloma * Dakota * Deerfield * Hancock * Leon * Marion
Mount Morris * Oasis * Plainfield * Poy Sippi * Richford * Rose * Saxeville * Springwater * Warren
Many Unincorporated Communities
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