Largest Cities, Towns and Villages of WISCONSIN in 1850

Name the 12 largest cities, towns and villages in Wisconsin in 1850. These were the only such places with a population greater than 2,000 at the time.
Source - U.S. Census data.
Only 22 of Wisconsin's then 31 counties reported data for individual cities, towns, etc.
But of the other 9, only Sheboygan County (19th in size) had more than 2,000 people.
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Population
CITY/TOWN
20,061
Milwaukee City
5,107
Racine City
3,455
Kenosha
2,732
Beloit
2,584
Mineral Point
2,313
Waukesha
2,227
Benton
2,171
Platteville
2,117
Dodgeville
2,100
Mequon
2,048
Wawwatosa
2,014
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