Tomahawk, Wisconsin

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  • Bibliography

    Major References

    ****. Tomahawk 2009 Fall Ride. [Tomahawk Fall Ride Guide, Vol. 1 #1.] Tomahawk, 2009. View Full Entry
    ****. Journey Journal, Official Guide to Exploring Highway 51. [Brochure, 2012 and 2015] 2012. View Full Entry (Full text available)
    Burg and Storozuk. Route of the North Woods Hiawatha. Merrill, 2010. View Full Entry
    Ecklund, et al.. Facing Fire!. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, 36:2, April 2012, center section.] Madison, 2012. View Full Entry (Full text available)
    Huhti, Thomas. Wisconsin. [Fourth Edition] Berkeley, CA, 2008. View Full Entry
    Huhti, Thomas. Wisconsin Handbook, Including Door County. [First Edition] Chico, CA, 1997. View Full Entry
    Jensen, Joan. World of Theta Mead, County Nurse. [Wisconsin Magazine of History, Vol. 92, #3, Spring 2009, pp. 2-15.] Madison, 2009. View Full Entry
    Jones, et al.. History of Lincoln, Oneida, and Vilas Counties. Minneapolis, 1924. View Full Entry
    Webster, H. T.. Boy From Tomahawk, The Everyday Wit of H. T. Webster. [Wisconsin Magazine of History, 87:4, Summer 2004, pp 26-35 & cover.] Madison, 2004. View Full Entry
    Yesterfest. Tomahawk Tidbits: A Collection of Old and New Recipes, Along with Interesting Bits of Area History. Tomahawk, n.d.. View Full Entry

    Minor References

    ****. Northern Action Magazine. Tomahawk, 2017. View Full Entry
    Allen, Terese. Wisconsin Food Festivals. Amherst, WI, 1995. View Full Entry
    Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Good Fishing in the North Country. [The Inter Ocean, June 18, 1912.] Chicago, 1912. View Full Entry
    Dentice, Dana. Tree City USA Communities, 2011. [Wisconsin Urban and Community Forests, Vol. 20, #1, Spring/Summer 2012] Madison, 2012. View Full Entry (Full text available)
    Edmonds, Michael. Out of the Northwoods, The Many Lives of Paul Bunyon. Madison, 2009. View Full Entry
    Greene, Howard. Border Country. Minneapolis, 2017. View Full Entry
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    Tomahawk continues to be a Tree City in 2011 [since 1975]. DNR.


    Begun in 1934, and in 1998 named the Neil H. LeMay Forestry Center in honor of Chief Forest Ranger Neil Lemay who served from 1942 to 1969, the Center houses firefighting equipment, experiments with new equipment, and converts standard machinery for firefighting purposes. See Facing Fire!.