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The population of Seymour is approximately 3,452 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 1,377 (2000), 1458 (2010).

The amount of land area in Seymour is 6.6 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Seymour is 2.5 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Seymour to Washington DC is 731 miles. The distance to the Wisconsin state capital is 113 miles. (as the crow flies)
Seymour is positioned 44.51 degrees north of the equator and 88.32 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Seymour per capita income is $23,927 (2009).
Seymour median income is $52,369 (2009).

The Seymour median home price is $143,921 (2009).

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Seymour location: in the general Appleton, Oshkosh, Neenah area of eastern Wisconsin. Other nearby communities include: Osborn, Oneida, Cicero, Black Creek, Maple Grove and Nichols.

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Seymour history:

The City was named for Governor Horatio Seymour of New York. One of Seymour's former names was said to have been Squeedunk which means little settlement or village. It was found in 1868.

The area was first settled in summer, 1857 when William and John Ausbourne came here from a nearby area of the county. They made their way along the Shioc River until they ran out of roads to follow. Here they built a log house where they lived without neighbors for quite some time. Finally in 1864, the Mungers came and then the Buttles. A number of other families arrived and opened businesses or began to farm. More villages sprang up over time and in March 1877, Seymour became a town. When the railroad came in 1883, a station was built in Seymour as well as a small school. The first newspaper was called the Aurora but it only published for three years between 1887 and 1889. The Seymour Press debuted in 1886 and is still published today.
The founding of Seymour: 1868
The incorporation date of Seymour: 1879

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Seymour attractions:

Yearly Hamburger Festival the first weekend of August.

Hamburger Hall Of Fame
126 N Main St
Seymour, WI 54165-1308
Phone: 920-833-9522

Seymour Historical Society and Museum

Outagamie County Fair
Held each year in July since 1884!

The Seymour Speedway is located at the fairgrounds and has a clay racetrack with grandstands and facilities.

Home of the Hamburger. See Seymour historical events for details.

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