Pierce County, Wisconsin in World War I
The following pages contain transcriptions from the book "Pierce County in the World War" published in September, 1919 by the Red Wing Printing Company, Red Wing, MN.  The service records contained in the book are in text format.  The accompanying HTML pages contain the pictures of each soldier as they appear in the book. The even numbered pages contain the text portions, the odd numbered are photos.

This is an off-site link to a history of the 17th Railway Engineers maintained by George Keane.  His great Uncle, Frank Anderson of Pierce County, was a part of this unit.

Part 1 - Bay City to Ellsworth (part) pages 52-71

Part 2 - Ellsworth (part) - Plum City (part) pages 72-91

Part 3 - Plum City (part) - Rock Elm (part) pages 92-111

Part 4 - Rock Elm (part) - Spring Valley pages 112-123 (also includes Arkansas, Baldwin & Stockholm, WI)

Part 5 - "Our Honored Dead"

Part 6 - "Honor Roll"  pages 129-133 (Names & records of those with no photos)

Part 7 - "Home Activities"

Part 8 - "Students' Army Training Corps"

Part 9 - "Y.M.C.A. and Peace Commission Cartographer"

Part 10 - Liberty Loans and American Red Cross, Pierce County Chapter

Part 11 - Honor Roll (Men whose copy came in too late for proper insertion)

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