Arbor Vitae, Vilas County, Wisconsin
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Comprehensive References****. Best of the Northwoods, The. Boulder Junction, 1992. View Full EntryLaabs, Joyce. Tale of Ma Bailey's. [Lakeland Times, Aug. 15, 20008, Sec. 3, p. 1.] Minocqua, 2000. View Full Entry
Major References****. Mykleby & Son. [Scrobell: Early Times, Reprints from the Minocqua Times January 22, 1914] Minocqua, 1988. View Full Entry (Full text available)Ahlborn, Chuck. Arbor Vitae. [Vilas County Chamer of Commerce: Vilas County Headwaters to Wisconsin, 1998, p. 3] Eagle River, 1998. View Full EntryBurg and Storozuk. Route of the North Woods Hiawatha. Merrill, 2010. 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 EntryLaabs, Joyce. Collection of Northwoods Nostalgia, A, From the Pages of the Lakeland Times. [Vol. 1 (of 2)] Sun Prairie, WI, 1978. View Full EntrySchmidt, Floyd. Switch Lamps in the Pines. Eagle River, 2009. 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 EntrySmedberg, Jordan. Plantation Closes Its Doors After 49 Years. [Lakeland Times, June 21, 2019, Sec. 2, pp. 1,15] Minocqua, 2019. View Full EntryVilas County News-Review. Vilas County News-Review's 2009 Headwaters Area Guide. [Published Annually] Eagle River, 2009. View Full Entry
Minor ReferencesEmerson, Charles. Wisconsin Scenic and Historic Trails. Madison, 1933. View Full Entry