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“WELCOME TO TAPESTRY screen shows the states in the Midwest with counties connected to Tapestry. 


1.  Be sure to select a county.  If your desired Wisconsin county is not on the list, contact that particular register of deeds at to see if they offer an alternative to Tapestry.

2.  Take care to set up your search accurately.   Correct spelling of last name is a must, but you do not need to type in the entire first name.  If you are not certain if the first name is Janet or Jane, just type JAN in the first name field.  Do not use middle initials.

3.  To get a document copy use the first & last name of the grantor or grantee.  If you want a particular document and you know the document number, enter it in the document number field.

4. If Tapestry is unable to perform the search, or if your search yields no records, it will tell you so and you will not be charged.

5.  Once you get a list of documents, you can double click each listing and then select document details at no charge.

6.  Once you get a list of documents, you can double click each listing and select document images.  You will be charged 50 cents per each image regardless of whether or not you decide to print.  Printing is included in the 50 cents.  In La Crosse County, document images are available as of April 1963.

7.  Your running total of Tapestry expenses is listed at the top of most screens. 

8.  For technical assistance and support, use the "Contact Us" at

TAPESTRY FEES are used to support the system and are invested in new improvements.  Most counties cannot afford to use property tax dollars to support this service and so, user fees are assessed.          

Updated:   03/25/2008                                  

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