wisconsin's last covered bridge

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Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin) 16 Jun 1937, Wed
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Great job investigating this! I looked at my "Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer" (copyright 1989) and there is no mention anywhere about covered bridges. I checked out the location of the covered bridge in the Atlas and it is not shown.
 
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Great job investigating this! I looked at my "Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer" (copyright 1989) and there is no mention anywhere about covered bridges. I checked out the location of the covered bridge in the Atlas and it is not shown.
I guess it depends on if they are counting covered bridges for show or use
Great job investigating this! I looked at my "Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer" (copyright 1989) and there is no mention anywhere about covered bridges. I checked out the location of the covered bridge in the Atlas and it is not shown.
I guess it Depends on If they are Counting Re-Built Covered Bridges for Show & Tell
Or present Thru-ways Sorry if Pics Double, Still Having Issues at Times :(
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Here's one still standing in my old town of Long Grove, Illinois.
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