Clark County, Wisconsin

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In 1853 Clark County was founded in Wisconsin. The following year it was organized. It was named for either General George Rogers Clark, or settler A. W. Clark. It's County Seat is Neillsville.


Abbotsford (Partially), Colby (Partially), Greenwood, Loyal, Neillsville, Thorp, Owen, Stanley (Partially)


Curtiss, Dorchester (Partially), Granton, Unity (Partially), Withee


Beaver, Butler, Dewhurst, Eaton, Foster, Fremont, Grant, Green Grove, Hendren, Hewett, Hixon, Hoard, Levis, Longwood, Lynn, Mayville, Mead, Mentor, Pine Valley, Reseburg, Seif, Sherman, Sherwood, Warner, Washburn, Weston, Worden, York

Census-designated places

Chili, Humbird

Unincorporated communities

Atwood, Bright, Christie, Clark, Columbia, Eadsville, Eidsvold, Globe, Hemlock, Junction, Lombard, Nevins, Riplinger, Shortville, Tioga, Sidney, Spokeville, Veefkind, Willard

Ghost towns

Kurth, Maple Worth, Trow


Population (as of 2010): 34,690

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