Slades Corners, Wisconsin

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Slades Corners

Slades Corners is a small unincorporated residential and agricultural community located on Old Highway 50 and 400th Avenue (Kenosha County Highway P, or Dyer Lake Road) in the southwestern Kenosha County, Wisconsin town of Wheatland.[1] Slades Corners is named for Tom Slade, an early resident who settled 640 acres (2.6 km2) there in approximately 1840, eight years before Wisconsin statehood.[2][3]

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Coordinates: 42°34′55″N 88°17′38″W / 42.58194°N 88.29389°W / 42.58194; -88.29389