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Rhinelander

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Rhinelander is a city in and the county seat of Oneida County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 7,798 at the 2010 census.

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Rhinelander a.k.a. The Rhenish Warmblood, German: Rheinisches Warmblut, is a German warmblood horse breed registered with the Rhenish Horse Studbook. It is traditionally bred around Warendorf State Stud, which it shares with the Westphalian, and is bred to the same standard as the Westphalian and other German warmbloods, such as the Bavarian Warmblood, Mecklenburger, Brandenburger, and Württemberger.

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Google previewOuting (1891)

Rhinelander is a flourishing village of two thousand five hundred or three thousand people, and is one of the principal supplying points for the hundreds of lumbering camps and mills scattered throughout Northern Wisconsin. Here everything ...

Google previewThe American Angler (1885)

by William Charles Harris

Rhinelander is a small village on the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway, 256 miles north-west of Milwaukee, and on the Wisconsin River, which is full of the fish family, such as mascalonge, pickerel, pike and black bass. The country is ...

Google previewGoin' Fishin' (1920)

Weather and Feed Facts; the Fresh-water Game Fish; the Natural and Artificial Baits and Their Use by Carroll Blaine Cook

Five miles below the concrete bridge the river widens out into a lake formation and the backwater sloughs here are alive with bass, musky and pike; in fact, the river from the bridge down to Rhinelander is a fine stretch of musky fishing.

Google previewRabbit Handbook (1999)

by David Taylor

Rhinelander. Appearance: A tricolored rabbit. • Breed history: From Germany, the Rhinelander is a product of English and Harlequin crosses. It is not a common breed. [Silver. Appearance: The Silver Grey's coat is black with white ticking, ...

Google previewOuting; Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction (1891)

Rhinelander is a flourishing village of two thousand five hundred or three thousand people, and is one of the principal supplying points for the hundreds of lumbering camps and mills scattered throughout Northern Wisconsin. Here everything ...

Google previewPrinceton Alumni Weekly (1949)

Oak Rhinelander is a pappy for the second time, this time it being a Junior . . . promtrotter by the name of Serena Schley R. The date was February 7. Priscilla Holland, sockmendcr and cook for Barney in Ft. \V0rth, is one wife who likes to make ...

Google previewWisconsin Encyclopedia (2008)

by Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, Jennifer L. Herman

RHINELANDER City; Oneida County Seat; located in north central Wisconsin; Originally called Pelican Rapids, the name was later changed to Rhinelander, after F.W. Rhineland, president of the railroad company. The self-named “Capital of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Forms and Precedents for Pleading and Practice, at Common Law, in Equity, and Under the Various Codes and Practice Acts (1901)

by William Henry Michael, William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash, Thomas Edward O'Brien, James Cockcroft

Chambers Street beginning at a point distant &4 feet 4 inches and 3-4 of an inch from the Northeasterly corner of Chambers and Washington Streets, thence running Northerly 55 feet 7 inches to a lot formerly conveyed by Philip Rhinelander ...

Google previewThe Lutheran World Almanac and Annual Encyclopedia for ... (1922)

Aug Rhinelander, Wis. tKastman, F. E. W. (3) Aug Ironwood, Mich. tDahlberg, P. O. (5) Aug Dagget ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice (1904)

Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases

Rhinelander v. National City ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Identity (2010)

by Ronald L. Jackson II

One of the most controversial and highly publicized examples was a lawsuit in 1924, Rhinelander v. Jones. Alice Jones was the daughter of a middle-class White mother and a mixed-race father. Leonard Kip Rhinelander was a “pure” White ...

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ... with 515 Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

RHINELANDER Netherlands, 2,150 feet. Its depth varies from 5 to 28 feet, and at Diisseldorf amounts even to 50 feet. It abounds with fish, especially pike, carp, and other white fish, but the produce of its salmon fisheries has been seriously ...

Google previewWINSTON'S CUMULATIVE LOOSE-LEAF ENCYCLOPEDIA A COMPREHENSIVE REFERENCE BOOK (1921)

Rhinelander. (rln'lan-der),. county. xuuiiemiiuei. seat. of. 0neida. &.,. Wisconsin, on Wisconsin River, with good water power. Its industries include refrigerators, paper, and lumber. Pop. 6654. "Rlii'tiA (rin; German, Rhein; Dutch, xwime }ajn)t toe ...

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Rhinelander Labyrinth

Just heard about and found a permanent labyrinth in Rhinelander Wisconsin; a gift to the community from Rhinelander's Women's Club in 2005.

Photo credit: wplynn

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