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Editor-in-Chief Harry Wolff
Business Manager William Ekvall
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Webster Stanley, first white settler in what is now Oshkosh, came to this locality in the summer of 1836. He came from Neenah. where he had been employed by the government to transport supplies between Fort Howard, now Green Bay, and Fort Winnebago, now Portage, and built a cabin on the south side of the river above where the West Algoma bridge now stands. At this point he operated a ferry which he had purchased from a half-breed Indian, James Knaggs.
Mr. Stanley was born in Connecticut in September. 1798. He came to Green Bay in 1834; the following year he was employed at Neenah and in 1836 came here. In the same year Governor Dodge, returning from the making of the Cedar Rapids Treaty, informed Mr. Stanley of the purchase, from the Menominees. of the land about the lower Fox River. Mr. Stanley was joined by Chester Gallup, each taking up land on the north side of the river. Stanley taking I 17 acres and Gallup 170. They erected a dwelling house on Mr. Stanley's claim, which they occupied in common until the following November, when Mr. Gallup's house was completed.
Mr. Stanley operated the ferry at the site of his new home until 1847 when a bridge was built at this point.
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THE QUIVER For 1936
Published by the Student Body of the State Teachers College, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
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