Danh sách các quận của Wisconsin

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Wisconsin counties

Danh sách này liệt kê 72 quận của tiểu bang Wisconsin, Hoa Kỳ. Tiểu bang Wisconsin được thành lập từ vùng lãnh thổ Wisconsin ngày 29 tháng 5 năm 1848, với 28 quận.

Danh sách các quậnSửa đổi

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Thành lập
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Bản đồ


Adams County 001 Friendship 1848 Quận Portage John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), President of the United States 1825-1829 &000000000002087500000020.875 &0000000000000648000000648 sq mi
(&00000000000016780000001.678 km2)
 


Ashland County 003 Ashland 1860 unorganized territory Ashland, Henry Clay's estate in Kentucky &000000000001615700000016.157 &00000000000010440000001.044 sq mi
(&00000000000027040000002.704 km2)
 


Barron County 005 Barron 1859 Dallas and Polk Counties Henry D. Barron, state senator and circuit court judge. &000000000004587000000045.870 &0000000000000863000000863 sq mi
(&00000000000022350000002.235 km2)
 


Bayfield County 007 Washburn 1845 Quận Ashland Henry Bayfield, Royal naval officer and first to survey the Great Lakes area &000000000001501400000015.014 &00000000000014760000001.476 sq mi
(&00000000000038230000003.823 km2)
 


Brown County 009 Green Bay 1818 unorganized territory Major General Jacob Brown (1775-1828), a commanding general of the United States Army during the War of 1812 &0000000000248007000000248.007 &0000000000000529000000529 sq mi
(&00000000000013700000001.370 km2)
 


Buffalo County 011 Alma 1853 Quận Trempealeau The Buffalo River, which flows through the county. &000000000001358700000013.587 &0000000000000684000000684 sq mi
(&00000000000017720000001.772 km2)
 


Burnett County 013 Siren 1856 Quận Polk Thomas P. Burnett, state legislator &000000000001545700000015.457 &0000000000000822000000822 sq mi
(&00000000000021290000002.129 km2)
 


Calumet County 015 Chilton 1836 unorganized territory The French word for a Menominee peace pipe. &000000000004897100000048.971 &0000000000000320000000320 sq mi
(&0000000000000829000000829 km2)
 


Chippewa County 017 Chippewa Falls 1845 Quận Crawford The Ojibwe nation of Native Americans (historically referred to as Chippewa) &000000000006241500000062.415 &00000000000010100000001.010 sq mi
(&00000000000026160000002.616 km2)
 


Clark County 019 Neillsville 1853 Quận Crawford George Rogers Clark (1752-1812), Revolutionary War general &000000000003469000000034.690 &00000000000012160000001.216 sq mi
(&00000000000031490000003.149 km2)
 


Columbia County 021 Portage 1846 Quận Portage Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), navigator and explorer &000000000005683300000056.833 &0000000000000774000000774 sq mi
(&00000000000020050000002.005 km2)
 


Crawford County 023 Prairie du Chien 1818 unorganized territory William Harris Crawford (1772-1834), United States Senator from Georgia 1807-1813 and Secretary of the Treasury 1816-1825 &000000000001664400000016.644 &0000000000000573000000573 sq mi
(&00000000000014840000001.484 km2)
 


Dane County 025 Madison 1836 unorganized territory Nathan Dane (1752-1835), delegate to the First Continental Congress 1785-1788 &0000000000488073000000488.073 &00000000000012020000001.202 sq mi
(&00000000000031130000003.113 km2)
 


Dodge County 027 Juneau 1836 unorganized territory Henry Dodge (1782-1867), Territorial Governor of Wisconsin 1848-1857 &000000000008875900000088.759 &0000000000000882000000882 sq mi
(&00000000000022840000002.284 km2)
 


Door County 029 Sturgeon Bay 1851 Brown County A dangerous water passage near Door Peninsula known as porte des morts, or "door of the dead" in Tiếng Pháp &000000000002778500000027.785 &0000000000000483000000483 sq mi
(&00000000000012510000001.251 km2)
 


Douglas County 031 Superior 1854 unorganized territory Stephen Douglas (1813-1861), United States Senator 1847-1861 &000000000004415900000044.159 &00000000000013090000001.309 sq mi
(&00000000000033900000003.390 km2)
 


Dunn County 033 Menomonie 1854 Chippewa County Charles Dunn, state senatorchief justice of Wisconsin Territory &000000000004385700000043.857 &0000000000000852000000852 sq mi
(&00000000000022070000002.207 km2)
 


Eau Claire County 035 Eau Claire 1856 Chippewa County City of Eau Claire, itself French for "clear water" &000000000009873600000098.736 &0000000000000638000000638 sq mi
(&00000000000016520000001.652 km2)
 


Florence County 037 Florence (CDP) 1882 Marinette and Oconto Counties Florence Julst, the first white woman to settle in the area &00000000000044230000004.423 &0000000000000488000000488 sq mi
(&00000000000012640000001.264 km2)
 


Fond du Lac County 039 Fond du Lac 1836 unorganized territory French for "foot of the lake" &0000000000101633000000101.633 &0000000000000723000000723 sq mi
(&00000000000018730000001.873 km2)
 


Forest County 041 Crandon 1885 Langlade and Oconto Counties Forest which covered the area when it was settled &00000000000093040000009.304 &00000000000010140000001.014 sq mi
(&00000000000026260000002.626 km2)
 


Grant County 043 Lancaster 1836 unorganized territory Probably a trader named Grant, who made contact with area natives in 1810, but about whom little else is known &000000000005120800000051.208 &00000000000011480000001.148 sq mi
(&00000000000029730000002.973 km2)
 


Green County 045 Monroe 1836 unorganized territory Nathanael Greene (1742-1786), quartermaster general during the American Revolutionary War &000000000003684200000036.842 &0000000000000584000000584 sq mi
(&00000000000015130000001.513 km2)
 


Green Lake County 047 Green Lake 1858 Marquette District Green Lake, located within the county &000000000001905100000019.051 &0000000000000354000000354 sq mi
(&0000000000000917000000917 km2)
 


Iowa County 049 Dodgeville 1829 unorganized territory Iowa tribe of Native Americans &000000000002368700000023.687 &0000000000000763000000763 sq mi
(&00000000000019760000001.976 km2)
 


Iron County 051 Hurley 1893 Ashland and Oneida Counties Local iron deposits &00000000000059160000005.916 &0000000000000757000000757 sq mi
(&00000000000019610000001.961 km2)
 


Jackson County 053 Black River Falls 1853 La Crosse County Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), President of the United States 1829–1837 &000000000002044900000020.449 &0000000000000987000000987 sq mi
(&00000000000025560000002.556 km2)
 


Jefferson County 055 Jefferson 1836 Milwaukee County Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), President of the United States (1801-1809) &000000000008368600000083.686 &0000000000000557000000557 sq mi
(&00000000000014430000001.443 km2)
 


Juneau County 057 Mauston 1856 Quận Adams Solomon Juneau (1793-1856), founder of what would become Milwaukee &000000000002666400000026.664 &0000000000000768000000768 sq mi
(&00000000000019890000001.989 km2)
 


Kenosha County 059 Kenosha 1850 Quận Racine A Native American word meaning "place of the pike" &0000000000166426000000166.426 &0000000000000273000000273 sq mi
(&0000000000000707000000707 km2)
 


Kewaunee County 061 Kewaunee 1852 Quận Manitowoc Either a Potawatomi word meaning "river of the lost" or an Ojibwe word meaning "prairie hen", "wild duck" or "to go around" &000000000002057400000020.574 &0000000000000343000000343 sq mi
(&0000000000000888000000888 km2)
 


La Crosse County 063 La Crosse 1851 unorganized territory The Native American game of lacrosse &0000000000114638000000114.638 &0000000000000453000000453 sq mi
(&00000000000011730000001.173 km2)
 


Lafayette County 065 Darlington 1846 Quận Iowa Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette (1757-1834), a French general in the American Revolutionary War &000000000001683600000016.836 &0000000000000634000000634 sq mi
(&00000000000016420000001.642 km2)
 


Langlade County 067 Antigo 1879 unorganized territory Charles de Langlade (1729 – c.1800), American Revolutionary War veteran and United States Indian Agent in Green Bay &000000000001997700000019.977 &0000000000000873000000873 sq mi
(&00000000000022610000002.261 km2)
 


Lincoln County 069 Merrill 1874 Marathon County Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), President of the United States 1861-1865 &000000000002874300000028.743 &0000000000000883000000883 sq mi
(&00000000000022870000002.287 km2)
 


Manitowoc County 071 Manitowoc 1836 unorganized territory Munedoo-owk, a Ojibwe word meaning "the place of the good spirit" &000000000008144200000081.442 &0000000000000592000000592 sq mi
(&00000000000015330000001.533 km2)
 


Marathon County 073 Wausau 1850 Portage County Marathon, Greece &0000000000134063000000134.063 &00000000000015450000001.545 sq mi
(&00000000000040020000004.002 km2)
 


Marinette County 075 Marinette 1879 Oconto County Marie Antoinette Chevalier, Native American wife of early an fur trapper &000000000004174900000041.749 &00000000000014020000001.402 sq mi
(&00000000000036310000003.631 km2)
 


Marquette County 077 Montello 1836 Marquette District Father Pere Jacques Marquette, missionary and explorer &000000000001540400000015.404 &0000000000000456000000456 sq mi
(&00000000000011810000001.181 km2)
 


Menominee County 078 Keshena 1961 Menominee Indian Reservation,Shawano, and Oconto Counties Menominee nation of Native Americans &00000000000042320000004.232 &0000000000000358000000358 sq mi
(&0000000000000927000000927 km2)
 


Milwaukee County 079 Milwaukee 1835 unorganized territory Mahnawaukee-Seepe, a Native American word meaning "gathering place by the river" &0000000000947735000000947.735 &0000000000000242000000242 sq mi
(&0000000000000627000000627 km2)
 


Monroe County 081 Sparta 1854 La Crosse County James Monroe (1758-1831), President of the United States 1817-1825 &000000000004467300000044.673 &0000000000000901000000901 sq mi
(&00000000000023340000002.334 km2)
 


Oconto County 083 Oconto 1851 unorganized territory A Native American settlement and the Oconto River, whose name means "plentiful with fish" &000000000003766000000037.660 &0000000000000998000000998 sq mi
(&00000000000025850000002.585 km2)
 


Oneida County 085 Rhinelander 1885 Lincoln County Oneida nation of Native Americans &000000000003599800000035.998 &00000000000011250000001.125 sq mi
(&00000000000029140000002.914 km2)
 


Outagamie County 087 Appleton 1851 Brown County Outagamie nation of Native Americans &0000000000176695000000176.695 &0000000000000640000000640 sq mi
(&00000000000016580000001.658 km2)
 


Ozaukee County 089 Port Washington 1853 Milwaukee County The Ojibwe word for the Sauk nation &000000000008639500000086.395 &0000000000000232000000232 sq mi
(&0000000000000601000000601 km2)
 


Pepin County 091 Durand 1858 Dunn County Pierre and Jean Pepin du Chardonnets, explorers &00000000000074690000007.469 &0000000000000232000000232 sq mi
(&0000000000000601000000601 km2)
 


Pierce County 093 Ellsworth 1853 Saint Croix County Franklin Pierce (1804-1869), President of the United States 1853-1857 &000000000004101900000041.019 &0000000000000576000000576 sq mi
(&00000000000014920000001.492 km2)
 


Polk County 095 Balsam Lake 1853 Saint Croix County James Polk (1795-1849), President of the United States (1845-1849) &000000000004420500000044.205 &0000000000000917000000917 sq mi
(&00000000000023750000002.375 km2)
 


Portage County 097 Stevens Point 1836 unorganized territory Passage between the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers &000000000007001900000070.019 &0000000000000806000000806 sq mi
(&00000000000020880000002.088 km2)
 


Price County 099 Phillips 1879 Chippewa and Lincoln Counties William T. Price, president of the Wisconsin Senate &000000000001415900000014.159 &00000000000012530000001.253 sq mi
(&00000000000032450000003.245 km2)
 


Racine County 101 Racine 1836 unorganized territory Racine, the French word for "root", after the Root River, which flows through the county &0000000000195408000000195.408 &0000000000000333000000333 sq mi
(&0000000000000862000000862 km2)
 


Richland County 103 Richland Center 1842 Iowa County The rich soil of the area &000000000001802100000018.021 &0000000000000586000000586 sq mi
(&00000000000015180000001.518 km2)
 


Rock County 105 Janesville 1836 unorganized territory Rock River, which flows through the county &0000000000160331000000160.331 &0000000000000720000000720 sq mi
(&00000000000018650000001.865 km2)
 


Rusk County 107 Ladysmith 1901 Chippewa County Jeremiah McLain Rusk (1830-1893), Governor of Wisconsin 1882-1889 &000000000001475500000014.755 &0000000000000913000000913 sq mi
(&00000000000023650000002.365 km2)
 


Sauk County 111 Baraboo 1840 unorganized territory Sauk nation of Native Americans &000000000006197600000061.976 &0000000000000838000000838 sq mi
(&00000000000021700000002.170 km2)
 


Sawyer County 113 Hayward 1883 Oconto County Philetus Sawyer (1816-1900), United States Representative (1865-1875) and Senator (1881-1893) from Wisconsin &000000000001655700000016.557 &00000000000012560000001.256 sq mi
(&00000000000032530000003.253 km2)
 


Shawano County 115 Shawano 1853 Oconto County A Ojibwe word meaning "southern" &000000000004194900000041.949 &0000000000000893000000893 sq mi
(&00000000000023130000002.313 km2)
 


Sheboygan County 117 Sheboygan 1836 unorganized territory Shawb-wa-way-kun, a Native American word meaning "great noise underground" &0000000000115507000000115.507 &0000000000000514000000514 sq mi
(&00000000000013310000001.331 km2)
 


Saint Croix County 109 Hudson 1840 unorganized territory An early French explorer named St. Croix, about whom little is known &000000000008434500000084.345 &0000000000000722000000722 sq mi
(&00000000000018700000001.870 km2)
 


Taylor County 119 Medford 1875 Clark, Lincoln, Marathon and Chippewa Counties William Robert Taylor (1820-1909), Governor of Wisconsin 1874-1876 &000000000002068900000020.689 &0000000000000975000000975 sq mi
(&00000000000025250000002.525 km2)
 


Trempealeau County 121 Whitehall 1854 Crawford and La Crosse Counties Trempealeau Mountain (from the French for "mountain with its foot in the water"), a bluff located in a bend of the Trempealeau River,[5] which flows through the county[3] &000000000002881600000028.816 &0000000000000734000000734 sq mi
(&00000000000019010000001.901 km2)
 


Vernon County 123 Viroqua 1851 Richland and Crawford Counties Mount Vernon, home of George Washington &000000000002977300000029.773 &0000000000000795000000795 sq mi
(&00000000000020590000002.059 km2)
 


Vilas County 125 Eagle River 1893 Oneida County William Vilas (1840-1908), officer in the Civil War, United States Postmaster General (1885-1888), United States Secretary of the Interior (1888-1889), and Senator from Wisconsin (1891-1897) &000000000002143000000021.430 &0000000000000874000000874 sq mi
(&00000000000022640000002.264 km2)
 


Walworth County 127 Elkhorn 1836 unorganized territory Reuben Hyde Walworth (1788-1867), jurist from New York &0000000000102228000000102.228 &0000000000000555000000555 sq mi
(&00000000000014370000001.437 km2)
 


Washburn County 129 Shell Lake 1883 Burnett County Cadwallader Washburn (1818-1882), Governor of Wisconsin 1872–1874 and Representative from Wisconsin 1867–1871 &000000000001591100000015.911 &0000000000000810000000810 sq mi
(&00000000000020980000002.098 km2)
 


Washington County 131 West Bend 1836 unorganized territory George Washington (1732-1799), American Revolutionary War leader (1775–1783), and first President of the United States (1789–1797) &0000000000131887000000131.887 &0000000000000431000000431 sq mi
(&00000000000011160000001.116 km2)
 


Waukesha County 133 Waukesha 1846 Milwaukee County Waugooshance, a Pottawatomi word meaning "little foxes" &0000000000389891000000389.891 &0000000000000556000000556 sq mi
(&00000000000014400000001.440 km2)
 


Waupaca County 135 Waupaca 1851 Brown and Winnebago Counties wau-pa-ka-ho-nak, a Menominee word meaning "white sand bottom" or "brave young hero" &000000000005241000000052.410 &0000000000000751000000751 sq mi
(&00000000000019450000001.945 km2)
 


Waushara County 137 Wautoma 1851 Marquette County A Native American word meaning "good earth" &000000000002449600000024.496 &0000000000000626000000626 sq mi
(&00000000000016210000001.621 km2)
 


Winnebago County 139 Oshkosh 1840 unorganized territory Winnebago nation of Native Americans &0000000000166994000000166.994 &0000000000000439000000439 sq mi
(&00000000000011370000001.137 km2)
 


Wood County 141 Wisconsin Rapids 1856 Portage County Joseph Wood (1809-1890), state legislator (1856-1858) &000000000007474900000074.749 &0000000000000793000000793 sq mi
(&00000000000020540000002.054 km2)
 

Tham khảoSửa đổi

  1. ^ “EPA County FIPS Code Listing”. US Environmental Protection Agency. Truy cập ngày 11 tháng 2 năm 2008.
  2. ^ a ă â b “NACo - Find a county”. National Association of Counties. Bản gốc lưu trữ ngày 24 tháng 10 năm 2007. Truy cập ngày 11 tháng 2 năm 2008.
  3. ^ a ă â “WCA: County Directory”. Wisconsin Counties Association. Bản gốc lưu trữ ngày 11 tháng 2 năm 2008. Truy cập ngày 11 tháng 2 năm 2008.
  4. ^ a ă “Wisconsin QuickFacts”. U.S. Census Bureau. Bản gốc lưu trữ ngày 2 tháng 9 năm 2012. Truy cập ngày 11 tháng 2 năm 2008. (2000 Census)
  5. ^ Elkins, Winston (1985). Trempealeau and the Mississippi River Dam. Trempealeau County, WI: Trempealeau County Historical Society.

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