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From the Mazomanie Historical Society


Mazomani's own handwriting.

Mazomani – His Recorded Words

 

By Frank Wolf

 

The village of Mazomanie was named after the Wahpeton Dakota Sioux Indian leader named Mazomani. His name in the Siouan language means Walking Iron or Iron Walker. The village was named Mazomanie when it was platted on July 5, 1855. 

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On November 8th, we have the opportunity to assure that Wisconsin citizens are all represented. Should the governor’s office swing to the Republican party, all checks and balances in Wisconsin politics will be gone.

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On November 8th, we have the opportunity to assure that Wisconsin citizens are all represented. Should the governor's office swing to the Republican party, all checks and balances in Wisconsin politics will be gone.

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A mother’s journey

 

The following is my foreword to “Fort Unicorn and the Duchess of Knothing,” a memoir being published by Orange Hat/Ten16 Press. It is written by Andrea Nelson and will be released on November 12. 

 

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Concerned about crime? Me too. That’s why I’m voting for the law-abiding candidate, Mandela Barnes, rather than Ron Johnson, who continues to support a violent overthrow of the United States government.

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