Mihoaukee Trail

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The [http://www.geocities.com/dmfamilyworks/Webpages/EMT73.htm Mihoaukee Trail] was traveled by Illinois and Wisconsin settlers from 1820-1835.  The trail began at the end of the [http://www.geocities.com/dmfamilyworks/Webpages/EMT34.htm Detroit-Chicago Road] and ended with a connection to Pecatonica Trail.  Counties covered by the Mihoaukee Trail were Cook and Lake, Illinois.  In Wisconsin it  covers Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Washington, and Fond du Lac counties.  
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The [http://www.geocities.com/dmfamilyworks/Webpages/EMT73.htm Mihoaukee Trail] was traveled by Illinois and Wisconsin settlers from 1820-1835.  The trail began at the end of the [http://www.geocities.com/dmfamilyworks/Webpages/EMT34.htm Detroit-Chicago Road] and ended with a connection to [[Pecatonica Trail]].  Counties covered by the Mihoaukee Trail were Cook and Lake, Illinois.  In Wisconsin it  covers Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Washington, and Fond du Lac counties.  
  
  
 
[[Category:US Migration Trails and Roads]][[Category:Illinois]][[Category:Wisconsin]]
 
[[Category:US Migration Trails and Roads]][[Category:Illinois]][[Category:Wisconsin]]

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The Mihoaukee Trail was traveled by Illinois and Wisconsin settlers from 1820-1835. The trail began at the end of the Detroit-Chicago Road and ended with a connection to Pecatonica Trail. Counties covered by the Mihoaukee Trail were Cook and Lake, Illinois. In Wisconsin it covers Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Washington, and Fond du Lac counties.