Price County, Wisconsin

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Date: 3 Mar 1879 [unknown]
Location: Price, Wisconsin, United Statesmap
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Price County, WIsconsin is located in the north center of the state was named after William T Price (1824-1886) who was an early logger and was president of the Wisconsin Senate.. The city of Phillips is the county seat.

The first white settler in what is now Price County was Major Isaac Stone, who located on the Spirit River in 1860 to engage in lumbering. Price County continues today to be a large producer of raw timber.

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