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BELGIANS IN AMERICA:    American Censuses  1850 / 1860 / 1870

American Censuses
1850/1860/1870
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 Distribution according
to the State of settlement
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The settlers

The Catholic Missions


Censuses

WISCONSIN


Censuses Index

1. Adams
2. Ashland
3. Barron
4. Bayfield
5. Brown
6. Buffalo
7. Burnett
 8. Calumet
9. Chippewa
10. Clark
11. Crawford
12. Columbia
13. Dane
14. Dodge
15. Door
16. Douglas
17. Dunn
18. Eau Claire
19. Florence
20. Fond du Lac        
21. Forest
22. Grant
23. Green
24. Green Lake
25. Iowa
26. Iron
27. Jackson
28. Jefferson
29. Juneau
30. Kenosha
31. Kewaunee
32. La Crosse
33. Lafayette
34. Langlade
35. Lincoln
36. Manitowoc  

37. Marathon
38. Marinette
39. Marquette
40. Menominee
41. Milwaukee
42. Monroe
43. Oconto
44. Oneida
45. Outagamie
46. Ozaukee
47. Pepin
48. Pierce
49. Polk
50. Portage
51. Price
52. Racine
53. Richland
54. Rock
55. Rusk
56. Sauk
57. Sawyer
58. Shawano
59. Sheboygan
60. St. Croix
61. Taylor
62. Trempealeau        
63. Vernon
64. Vilas
65. Walworth
66. Washburn
67. Washington
68. Waukesha
69. Waupaca
70. Waushara
71. Winnebago
72. Wood       

Belgian population
      (1850)
      (1860)
      (1870) 
       
1850 : 48 1860 : 4.664 1870 : 4.282
5. Brown 2 5. Brown 1.792 5. Brown 2.085
        6. Buffalo 7
    8. Calumet  8 8. Calumet 65
        9. Chippewa 4
11. Crawford 1 11. Crawford 3 11. Crawford 2
    12. Columbia  7 12. Columbia 4
    13. Dane  1 13. Dane 13
14. Dodge 1 14. Dodge  2 14. Dodge 7
    15. Door 750 15. Door 509
    17. Dunn 6    
        18. Eau Claire 1
20. Fond du Lac 8 20. Fond du Lac  67 20. Fond du Lac 69
    22. Grant  10 22. Grant 6
        24. Green Lake 3
    25. Iowa  1 25. Iowa 5
28. Jefferson 7 28. Jefferson 6 28. Jefferson 6
    30. Kenosha  2 30. Kenosha 9
    31. Kewaunee 1426 31. Kewaunee 1.011
    32. La Crosse 5    
36 Manitowoc 4 36. Manitowoc  56 36. Manitowoc 31
        37. Marathon 2
39. Marquette 1        
41. Milwaukee 9 41. Milwaukee  23 41. Milwaukee 29
        42. Monroe 1
    43. Oconto  155 43. Oconto 116
    45. Outagamie  53 45. Outagamie 76
46.  see Washington Co   46. Ozaukee 149 46. Ozaukee 68
        47. Pepin 1
        49. Polk 3
    50. Portage  32 50. Portage 19
    52. Racine  1 52. Racine 2
        53. Richland 3
54. Rock 1        
    56. Sauk  1 56. Sauk 6
    58. Shawano 1    
59. Sheybogan  3 59. Sheboygan  57 59. Sheboygan 67
    60. St Croix 4 60. St Croix 1
    65. Walworth 1    
67. Washington  11 67. Washington  3 67. Washington 8
    68. Waukesha  25 68. Waukesha 18
        69. Waupaca 4
    71. Winnebago  17 71. Winnebago 21

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SALOMON, Edward, governor of Wisconsin, was born at Stroebeck, near Halberstadt, Prussia, Aug. 11, 1828; son of Christoph and Dorothea (Klussmann) Salomon. He was a student at the College at Halberstadt and the University of Berlin, and in 1849 came to the United States with his brother, Frederick, and settled at Manitowoc, Wis., where he was successively school teacher, county surveyor and deputy clerk of the circuit court. In 1855 he was admitted to the bar in Milwaukee, Wis., and practised law there until 1869. He was married, May 14, 1858, to Elise Nobel of Liege, Belgium. He was elected lieutenant-governor of Wisconsin on the Republican ticket with Louis P. Harvey, Republican and Independent, for governor in 1861, and on April 19, 1862, on the death of Governor Harvey, succeeded to the office, and filled it until Jan. 4, 1864. He engaged in the practice of law in New York city in 1869, where he became consul for the German empire. In May, 1894, he retired from business and settled at Frankfort-on-Main, Germany.
Source : The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume IX