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Tschudy speaks of ghost town history
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Kim Tschudy holding a copy of his book "Green County," with the "ghost town" of Attica in the background. (Photo supplied)
MONTICELLO - Kim Tschudy, a life-long resident of Green County, avid historian and published author will be the featured speaker for the April meeting of the Monticello Historical Society at 7 p.m. Thursday in the lounge at Zwingli U.C.C, in Monticello. Tschudy's presentation will follow the meeting at about 7:20 p.m. The topic will be a PowerPoint presentation of "Ghost Towns of Southern Wisconsin," showing communities that flourished and withered, such as Gratiot's Grove, Oil City, Voree, Turtleville, Seelyberg and Uleo.