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Rhinelander Wisconsin
135 South Stevens Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501


Rhinelander was first called Pelican Rapids. The name was changed to Rhinelander, named after Frederic W Rhinelander, the then president of the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Road.


Rhinelander Wisconsin Demographics

Located in Wisconsin County:Oneida
Year Incorporated1894
Population (2016 Estimate)7,665
Total Area (Sq. Miles)8.61
Land Area (Sq. Miles)8.34
Water Area (Sq. Miles).27

Rhinelander Wisconsin Websites

Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce - www.rhinelanderchamber.com
450 West Kemp Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501 - (715) 365-7464



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