Doty Island

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Looking north at Doty Island over the Fox River

Doty Island is an island in the state of Wisconsin in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, United States.[1] Doty Island is partially in the city of Menasha, and partially in the city of Neenah. Doty Island is surrounded by two branches of the Fox River on the north and south, Lake Winnebago[2] to the east, and Little Lake Butte Des Morts to the west at 44°11′37″N 088°26′51″W / 44.19361°N 88.44750°W / 44.19361; -88.44750Coordinates: 44°11′37″N 088°26′51″W / 44.19361°N 88.44750°W / 44.19361; -88.44750.

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Doty Island was the home of James Duane Doty, Governor of the Wisconsin Territory.[3][4] The Ho-Chunk chief Glory of the Morning lived in a village on Doty Island in the 19th century.[5]

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