The matter of the Waukesha outing was merely a continuation of other things of the same nature.
On the front row in the dress circle was a young man and woman from Waukesha.
On the evening of the second we stopped at Prairie Village, now known as Waukesha.
One woman was appointed county physician in Waukesha, and one or two have been made city physicians.
In January, 1871, he was appointed an officer of the reform school at Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Several years ago, I met a distinguished editor at Waukesha, who was suffering greatly from nervous exhaustion.
The track was laid in 1851 and a train was run out to Waukesha, a distance of twenty miles.
And such a reel; it will go down to history as the dance of the Waukesha meeting.
At Waukesha, a respectable Church edifice had been erected in 1841 and 1842.
He came to Wisconsin in 1851; learned the printer's trade, and was afterward editor of the Waukesha Democrat.