Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Population Figures, 1940 Census

(Final population figures for all incorporated cities, towns, and villages)

CITIES OF 10,000 OR MORE:Baraboo6,415
Appleton28,436 Berlin4,247
Ashland11,101Black River Falls2,539
Beaver Dam10,356 Burlington4,414
Beloit25,365Clintonville4,134
Chippewa Falls10,368 Columbus2,760
Cudahy10,561Delavan3,444
Eau Claire30,745De Pere6,373
Fond du Lac27,209Edgerton3,266
Green Bay46,235Fort Atkinson6,153
Janesville22,992Greendale2,527
Kenosha48,765 Hartford3,910
La Crosse42,707 Hudson2,987
Madison67,447Hurley3,375
Manitowoc24,404Jefferson3,059
Marinette14,183Kaukauna7,382
Marshfield10,359Kewaunee2,533
Menasha10,481 Kimberly2,618
Milwaukee587,472Ladysmith3,671
Neenah10,645 Lake Geneva3,238
Oshkosh39,089 Lancaster2,963
Racine67,195Little Chute3,360
Sheboygan40,638Mauston2,621
Shorewood15,184Mayville2,754
South Milwaukee11,134Menomonie6,582
Stevens Point15,777Merrill8,711
Superior35,136 Monroe6,182
Two Rivers10,302Neillsville2,562
Watertown11,301New London4,825
Waukesha19,242Oconomowoc4,562
Wausau27,268Oconto5,362
Wauwatosa27,769Park Falls3,252
West Allis36,364Platteville4,762
Wisconsin Rapids11,416 Plymouth4,170
Portage7,016
2,500 TO 10,000Port Washington4,046
Prairie du Chien4,622
Algoma2,652Reedsburg3,608
Antigo9,495Rhinelander8,501

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