Sayner, Vilas County, Wisconsin
Sayner is one of two unincorporated towns located in the township of Plum Lake (the other being Star Lake). A detailed history has not yet been written for this site.
.Charles P. ForbesAugust 28, 2009
Comprehensive References****. 31-Year Old Eagle Found Dead Near Sayner. [Vilas County News-Review, June 25, 2008, p. 13A.] Eagle River, 2008. View Full Entry70-155 Advancement Association, Information Bureau. Lake Region, The; State Highways 70 and 155, Eagle River, Sayner, Star Lake. Eagle River, 193?. View Full EntryAetna Casualty. Seeing America with Aetna. Hartford, CT, 1931. View Full EntryBaldwin, Robert. Babbling Brook. [Northsound Compact Disc 24642] Minocqua, WI, 1990. View Full EntryCassoday, Dorothy, Photographer. Wisconsin Becomes Winter Sports Conscious; photograph: Snow Sled at Sayner. [Wis. Conservation Bulletin, March '40; V5#3, p.30.] 1940. View Full EntryEbert, M. A.. Traveling Among Wisconsin Resorts. [Wisconsin Land of Lakes Magazine, January, 1929.] Rhinelander, 1929. View Full EntryGeneral Telephone [GTE]. Minocqua (including Sayner) Telephone Book. [Annual] Varies, . View Full EntryHiller, Don. A Sayner Legend [Neal Long]. [Vilas County Historical Museum Newsletter, Vol. 11, #2, Summer, 2009.] Sayner, 2009. View Full Entry (Full text available)Laabs, Joyce. Collection of Northwoods Nostalgia, A, From the Pages of the Lakeland Times. [Vol. 2 (of 2)] Sun Prairie, WI, 1980. View Full EntryPlum Lake Women's Club. Favorite Recipes from the Plum Lake Women's Club. Sayner, n.d.. View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. McKay's Corner Store. [In: Sayner Star Lake, Wisconsin, Annual Chamber of Commerce Brochure, 1988 edition.] Sayner, 1988. View Full Entry (Full text available)Sayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Town of Plum Lake Rearing Pond[s]. [In: Sayner Star Lake, Wisconsin, Annual Chamber of Commerce Brochure, 1996-1997 edition.] Sayner, 1996. View Full Entry (Full text available)Slattery, Christina. View from the Water. [Wisconsin Magazine of History, Vol. 93, Autumn 2009] Madison, 2009. View Full EntryVilas County Advertising. Vilas County, Autumn Harvest & Heritage Tour. Eagle River, 2007. View Full Entry (Full text available)
Major References****. Best of the Northwoods, The. Boulder Junction, 1992. View Full EntryCasetta, Curt. Time Capsule. [Wisconsin Trails, V. 41, #6, Nov-Dec 2000, p. 19.] 2000. View Full EntryDeWitt, Mabel Sayner. Brief History of Sayner and Star Lake. [Essay Presented by Mrs. DeWitt before the Vilas County Historical Society.] Sayner, 1955. View Full EntryFeldman and Cook. Wisconsin Curiosities. [Second Edition] Guilford, CT, 2004. View Full EntryFroelich, Bill, Jr.. Up a Ladder with Bill Froelich, Jr.. Sayner, Wisconsin, 1992. View Full EntryGard, Robert E.. Wild Goose Marsh, Horicon Stopover. [First Edition] Madison, 1972. View Full EntryGoodspeed, Charles T.B.. Thomas Wakefield Goodspeed. [Kessinger Legacy Reprintsd] Chicago, 2010. View Full Entry (Full text available)Hintz, Bill. Sayner & Star Lake. [Vilas County Chamer of Commerce: Vilas County Headwaters to Wisconsin, 1998, p. 32] 1998. View Full EntryHuhti, Thomas. Wisconsin. [Fourth Edition] Berkeley, CA, 2008. View Full EntryHuhti, Thomas. Wisconsin Handbook, Including Door County. [First Edition] Chico, CA, 1997. View Full EntryJudson, Clara Ingram. Jerry and Jean, Detectors. New York, 1923. View Full EntryKrieck, Bethany. State's Oldest Camp; Camp Highlands: providing Adventure for 100 Years. [Vilas County News Review, August 6, 2003, p. 1B] Eagle River, 2003. View Full EntryKrischan, Donna. Crystal Lake Pump. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, V.23, #4, Aug, '99, p. 22.] 1999. View Full Entry (Full text available)Laabs, Joyce. Collection of Northwoods Nostalgia, A, From the Pages of the Lakeland Times. [Vol. 1 (of 2)] Sun Prairie, WI, 1978. View Full EntryM. Russ Lowthian. Road Biking in Wisconsin. [A Falcon Guide] Guilford, CT, 2008. View Full EntryNyweide, David. Plum Lake, Visits to the Northwoods. Oregon, WI, 1999. View Full EntryPohlen, Jerome. Oddball Wisconsin. Chicago, 2001. View Full EntryRoberts, Edith. Tamarack, A Novel. Indianapolis, 1940. View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. About Plum Lake Township [A History]. [In: Sayner Star Lake, Wisconsin, Annual Chamber of Commerce Brochure, 2002-2003 edition.] Sayner, 2002. View Full Entry (Full text available)Sayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Razorback Ridges Ski Trail. [In: Sayner Star Lake, Wisconsin, Annual Chamber of Commerce Brochure, 2006-2007 edition.] Sayner, 2006. View Full Entry (Full text available)Schmidt, Floyd. Switch Lamps in the Pines. Eagle River, 2009. View Full EntryScholfield, W. B.. Lake People, Summers at Plum Lake.. [Second Printing.] 1985. View Full EntryScrobell, Daniel. Early Times: The Early History of the Minocqua Area as Seen Through the Pages of the "Minocqua Times" Newspaper. Minocqua, 1988. View Full EntrySethness, Edward. History of Big Muskellunge Lake. Woodruff, 1978. View Full EntryShapiro, Aaron. Up North on Vacation, Tourism and Resorts in Wisconsin's North Woods 1900-1945. [Wiscosin Magazine of History, Vol. 89, #4, Summer, 2006, pp 2 ff.] Madison, 2006. View Full EntryThomas, Kerry. Plum Ski-Ters Hold 45th Reunion. [Vilas County News Review, July 27, 2005, p. 5B.] Eagle River, 2005. View Full Entrykfkf. kfkf. . View Full Entry
Minor ReferencesEmerson, Charles. Wisconsin Scenic and Historic Trails. Madison, 1933. View Full EntryHooper, C. W., ed.. O. W. Sayner..... [Minocqua Times, July 29, 1897] Minocqua, 1897. View Full Entry (Full text available)Mobil. Mobil Travel Guide, Great Lakes Area. [1976, 1983, 1994, 2001 editions] Chicago, 2001. View Full EntryMurray, Tom. Milwaukee Road. St. Paul, 2005. View Full EntryPerry, Ray. Badger Modern Magic--Muskies. [Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, 5:12, Dec 1940, pp. 49-51.] Madison, 1940. View Full EntryWisconsin Tourism Development. Wisconsin Auto Tours. [1990 & 1991 editions] Madison, 1991. View Full EntryWisconsin, State of. Andrew L. Kreutzer. [Wisconsin Blue Book, 1901, p. 736.] Madison, 1901. View Full Entry (Full text available)