Talk:Neenah, Wisconsin

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Neenah means "water" in Menominee (Native American) language.

Neenah Foundry[edit]

Shouldn't the Neenah Foundry company be mentioned in here somewhere? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 71.221.28.76 (talkcontribs) May 19, 2007.

YES. Fephisto 08:33, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Where are pictures of Doty Park , or Riverside Park ( besides the little lighthouse)? Also History is severely lacking. I was told Neenah was first settled by New Englanders. Found the name Shattuck in the 1790 census of Portland, Me. ( My family goes to the late 1600s in Maine, found Shattuck while researching)