a city in SE Wisconsin, W of Milwaukee.

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Historical Examples of waukesha

  • On the front row in the dress circle was a young man and woman from Waukesha.

    Peck's Sunshine

    George W. Peck

  • At Waukesha, a respectable Church edifice had been erected in 1841 and 1842.

  • The track was laid in 1851 and a train was run out to Waukesha, a distance of twenty miles.

    Stories of the Badger State

    Reuben Gold Thwaites

  • One woman was appointed county physician in Waukesha, and one or two have been made city physicians.

  • Several years ago, I met a distinguished editor at Waukesha, who was suffering greatly from nervous exhaustion.