Wood County Wisconsin
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Founded in 1856
The county is named after Joseph Wood, a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
The county seat is Wisconsin Rapids.
The largest city is Marshfield.
The county is one of the major cranberry-producing centers of the United States.
Marshfield (partly in Marathon County) ~ Nekoosa ~ Pittsville ~ Wisconsin Rapids (county seat)
Biron ~ Hewitt ~ Milladore Port Edwards ~ Rudolph ~ Vesper
Arpin ~ Auburndale ~ Cameron ~ Cary ~ Cranmoor ~ Dexter ~ Grand Rapids ~ Hansen ~ Hiles ~ Lincoln ~
Milladore (partly in Portage County) ~ Remington ~ Richfield ~ Rock ~ Saratoga ~ Seneca ~ Sherry ~ Sigel ~ Wood
Babcock ~ Lake Wazeecha
Plus there are numerous unincorporated communities as well.