Place:Saukville, Ozaukee, Wisconsin, United States


Coordinates43.381°N 87.944°W
Located inOzaukee, Wisconsin, United States
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Saukville is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4,451 at the 2010 census. Most of the village perimeter is bordered by the Town of Saukville to the north and west, the Town of Port Washington to the east and southeast and by the Town of Grafton to the south and southwest.


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Saukville was established on April 4, 1848 along the Milwaukee River. Previously, it was part of the old Port Washington area. Settlers began living in the area as early as 1845 and 1846. Before the white settlers came to the Saukville, the area was inhabited by the Native Americans, including the Sauk tribe.

Some of the first settlers to Saukville were: Lott Blanchard, George C. Daniels, Joseph Fischbein, William Foster, Joseph Fowler, Stephen McIntosh, William Payne, Lemuel Sezer, Jonathan Tibetts and E. Wadsworth.[1]

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