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Clason Prairie, WisconsinPhotos, maps and news from Clason Prairie, Wisconsin.Updated December 10, 2018.

Clason Prairie or Clason's Prairie was a former settlement in the Town of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, United States, roughly four miles southeast of Beaver Dam. It was named after James Clason, a native of Connecticut who settled there in 1841 and died in 1848. The one-room Clason Prairie School was closed down in 1962, although the building was still standing as of 1977. The old Clason Prairie Cemetery is still extant, at 43°24′49″N 88°46′52″W; it is maintained by the town.

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