Winneconne, 1849-1949 : the history and anecdotes
of a typical Wisconsin Community by Daisy Rogers
Commissioned in 1949 by the Winneconne
Business Men's Association this is the first written history of
Winneconne. It has recently been reprinted by the historical
society because of the wealth of personal reminiscences in the book
|Winneconne : history's crossing place by Michael Goc and
The only other written history of
Winneconne, this book was published in 1987, it was published to
coincide with the village's centennial. Along with the many
historical facts it has maps and photos, business directories and
|A tradition of excellence edited by Polly Zimmerman
A history of the Winneconne school district, the books was compiled
to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first graduating class
from Winneconne High School. It includes pictures and stories
of all of the one-room school houses that had been part of the
Winneconne district as well as the village schools.
|Winneconne High School Alumni Directory, 1896-1996
To accompany A tradition of excellence, this directory was
compiled of all alumni of the Winneconne High School. Married
names and addresses are a major feature.
|We like it where by Polly Zimmerman
1997 by New Past Press this chronicles the beginning of the
"Sovereign State" of Winneconne.
|Railroad Days in Winneconne by Marge and John Eid
The newest book from the Historical Society this was released in
2005. As with many towns, the railroad played a big part in
the history of Winneconne.
|The Children's Country Home, 1929-1943, & the Lake Winneconne
Park, 2005 by Marge Eid.
In 2005 the village took
possession of the County Park that is situated with the village
limits. To commemorate this event this history was written to
tell the beginnings of the park. The land was originally
purchased to house the Children's Country Home being bought by the
County in 1943.
|Steamboats on the Fox River by D.C. Mitchell
While the Historical Society had no part in this publication it is
relevant to the village because of the newest addition to the
Historical Society Museum Complex, the Steamboat house.