CHAPTERS I. Descriptive 1 II. The Indians 8 III. Early Settlement 16 IV. Growth and Foreign Immigration 32 V. Means of Communication 42 VI. Marine 55 VII. Railroads 85 VIII. Military 112 IX. Politics 133 X. Village and City Government 167 XI. Churches 183 XII. Societies and Organizations 227 XIII. Education 243 XIV. The Press 255 XV. The Professions 278 XVI. Banks and Banking 281 XVII Business and Industry 288 Errata and additions 316 Appendixes 293(A), 294(B), 300(C), 313(D) Index
P 316 ERRATA AND ADDITIONS. Page 78 The Barry Line discontinued its west shore runs, north of Milwaukee in April 1903. Page 80 8th line from bottom of page should read "1855." Page 114 Should read "Judge Taylor" instead of Judge Thayer." Page 151 To last sentence of paragraph should be added "he being the candidate on the Populistic ticket for insurance commissioner." Page 195 The present pastor of St. Paul's M. E. Church is Rev. C. E. Weed. Page 201 Name should be "J. W. Thombs." Page 206 The present pastor at Maple Grove is Rev. T. O'Connell. Page 212 Rev. Joseph Chylewski is the present priest of the Manitowoc Polish R. C. Church. Page 230 Should read in first line "membership in 1875 was 111." Page 233 In February 1904 a large aerie of Eagles was established in Manitowoc. Page 235 In 3rd line in last paragraph should read "Schmitz" instead of "Schmidt." Page 298-9 The list of craft built at Manitowoc was complied some six years ago for a local weekly and upon more recent investigation it has been found that several errors were made therein. Hanson & Scove builders, should have had credit for building the schooners Maxell, Parker, McLaren, Linerla and Hall and the steamers Hinton and J. E. Hall. J. Butler superintended the building of the May Richards, Lalla Rookh and Rube Richards. To the list should be added Schr. H. C. Albrecht (Thos. Hume) 309 tons, 1880, Hanson & Scove Schr. Mary R. Ann, 20 tons, 1874. Tug Dione, 9 tons, 1874. Barge Daisy Day, 124 tons, 1880, Hanson & Scove. Schr. Glad Tidings, 71 tons, 1883, J. Butler. Scow Farrand H. Williams, 94 tons, 1883, Capt. Williams. Tug Marinette, 30 tons, 1885, Rand & Burger. Tug Grace Williams, 46 tons, 1885, Rand & Burger. At Two Rivers during the early seventies the following schooners were built by Hanson & Scove: John Schuette 289 tons, Mike Corry, 380 tons, Granger 366 tons and Bertie Calkins 256 tons.