The Wisconsin State Cartographer’s Office recently launched new versions of its popular ControlFinder and PLSSFinder applications.
Designed as a central point of access for locating Wisconsin Public Land Survey System (PLSS) corner information, “PLSSFinder” is now online and available for public access.
A project started in 1991 by Walworth county officials to relocate and mark all 2,679 section corners is capped off with a ceremony in September.
19th-century land records available to all
Major historical land records for Wisconsin have appeared on the web recently.