ⓘ Menasha, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Menasha, Wisconsin

Menasha is a city in Calumet and Winnebago counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 17.353 at the 2010 census. Of this, 15.144 were in Winnebago County, and 2.209 were in Calumet County. The city is located mostly in Winnebago County, only a small portion is in the Town of Harrison in Calumet County. Doty Island is located partially in Menasha. The citys name comes from the Winnebago word meaning "thorn" or "island". In the Menominee language, it is known as Menāēhsaeh, meaning "little island". Menasha is home to the Barlow Planetarium and Weis Earth Science Museum, both housed at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.

                                     
  • Menasha was a town in Winnebago County, Wisconsin United States. The population was 18, 498 at the 2010 census, making it the second most populous town
  • Church is a congregation of the Diocese of Fond du Lac located in Menasha Wisconsin The congregation has 900 baptized members and an average Sunday worshipping
  • Menasha High School is a public high school located in Menasha Wisconsin founded in 1916. Menasha s athletic teams are known as the Blue Jays, and compete
  • Menasha YTB - 773 was a United States Navy Natick - class large harbor tug named for Menasha Wisconsin The contract for Menasha was awarded 25 June 1963
  • elected to the Wisconsin Territorial Council. He was elected to terms in the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1853 and 1861. Reed settled in Menasha in his later
  • Stadium, Menasha Wisconsin 2003 04 Waupaca Stadium, Waupaca, Wisconsin 2003 1 game Portage County Youth Soccer Complex, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 2004 1
  • 1920 was a lawyer, historian, manufacturer and politician from Menasha Wisconsin Publius Virgilius Lawson was born in Corning, New York. His father
  • University of Wisconsin System. It is located on 41 - acre 17 ha in Menasha Wisconsin Prior to its merger with the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh in July
  • settled in Menasha Wisconsin He was a lawyer and was in the banking and manufacturing businesses. Bullard served as superintendent of the Menasha schools
  • superintendent of public schools in Menasha Wisconsin Callahan served as Superintendent of Public Instruction of Wisconsin from 1921 to 1949. Callahan died
  • in Menasha Winnebago County, Wisconsin Grimes was a farmer and helped organize the West Menasha Telephone Company. Grimes served on the Menasha Town
  • a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Anderson was born in Menasha Wisconsin He attended business school in Oshkosh, Wisconsin He died on January