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  • Chapter 3, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1920 book).

    Chapter 3 REIGN OF THE INDIANS Pages 16 ~ 22 From the book "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY, MINNESOTA" Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge and Others Published Winona, MN by H. C. Cooper, Jr., Co., 1920 Republished Currently by Higginson Books Many thanks to Dale Ebersold for transcribing this section.

  • Chapter 9, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 9 WABASHA AND VICINITY Pages 621-647 . From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books "Lumber Raft At Wabasha" Contributed by Chris Miller. Here are three sites for present-day Wabasha:

  • Chapter 23, Wabasha, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN ...

    Chapter 23 WABASHA Pages 197 ~ 215 From the book "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY, MINNESOTA" Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge and Others Published Winona, MN by H. C. Cooper, Jr., Co., 1920 Republished Currently by Higginson Books Bird's Eye View of the City of Wabasha, MN ~ 1917 Contributed by Chris Miller

  • Chapter 14, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1920 book).

    Chapter 14 HAMMOND, HYDE PARK AND ZUMBRO Pages 106 ~ 112 From the book "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY, MINNESOTA" Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge and Others Published Winona, MN by H. C. Cooper, Jr., Co., 1920 Republished Currently by Higginson Books Hammond is a thriving village located near the most southerly bend of the Zumbro River.

  • Chapter 33, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 33 THE PIONEERS OF WABASHA COUNTY Pages 935-964. From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books. One of the pioneers of the northwest was Duncan Graham, who was born in Scotland.

  • Chapter 40, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 40 WATOPA TOWNSHIP Pages 1261-1314. From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books. Owing to the roughness of its contour, this section was not as early settled as the rest of the county.

  • Chapter 6, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 6 ORGANIZATION Pages 597-603 . From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books. The Territory of Minnesota was divided into counties by enactment of the first territorial legislature.

  • Chapter 16, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1920 book).

    Chapter 16 MILLVILLE, OAKWOOD, AND HIGHLAND Pages 121 ~ 125 From the book "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY, MINNESOTA" Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge and Others Published Winona, MN by H. C. Cooper, Jr., Co., 1920 Republished Currently by Higginson Books MILLVILLE Millville in 1908 Contributed by Chris Miller

  • Chapter 36, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 36 EARLY SETTLERS (CONTINUED) Pages 1082-1141. From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books. Besides the accounts below of area businesses, this chapter is composed of the biographies listed ...

  • History of Wabasha County : together with biographical ...

    Dec 31, 2014  History of Wabasha County : together with biographical matter, statistics, etc. : gathered from matter furnished by interviews with old settlers, county, township, and other records, and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets, and such other sources as have been available : also a history of Winona County by H.H. Hill and Company. 4n

  • Chapter 1, from "History of Wabasha County" (MN-1884 book).

    Chapter 1 ABORIGINAL HISTORY Pages 561-570. From the book about Wabasha Co. Minnesota "HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884 Republished Currently by Higginson Books In addition, there is a short historical sketch from the Catholic Encyclopedia

  • History of Wabasha County, Minnesota : Curtiss-Wedge ...

    History of Wabasha County, Minnesota by Curtiss-Wedge, Franklyn. cn. Publication date 1920 Publisher Winona, Minn. : H.C. Cooper Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English. Includes biographical index 16

  • History of Wabasha County : together with biographical ...

    Dec 31, 2014  History of Wabasha County : together with biographical matter, statistics, etc. : gathered from matter furnished by interviews with old settlers, county, township, and other records, and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets, and such other sources as have been available : also a history of Winona County by H.H. Hill and Company. 4n

  • History of Wabasha County, Minnesota, 1920 - RootsWeb

    Jun 06, 2000  History of Wabasha County, Minnesota, 1920. HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP. Page 123 . Highland Township embraces Congressional Township 109, Range 11. It is bounded on the north by Glasgow, on the east by Watopa, on the south by Winona county and Plainview Township, and on the west by Oakwood.

  • Wabasha County Historical Society

    Housed in the oldest surviving brick schoolhouse in Minnesota, the Wabasha County Historical Society Museum in Reads Landing is loaded with artifacts and history. WCHS Mission Statement The mission of the Wabasha County Historical Society at Reads Landing Museum is to collect, protect, preserve, and interpret materials relating to the natural ...

  • Wabasha County Minnesota Genealogy and History

    Wabasha County, Minnesota. This county established October 27, 1849, commemorates a line of Dakota or Sioux chiefs, whose history is told by Hon. Charles C. Willson in the M. H. S. Collections (vol. XII, 1908, pages 503-512). Wapashaw (variously spelled) was the name, in three successive generations, of the hereditary chiefs having greatest ...

  • Wabasha County Minnesota Genealogy and History

    Source: History of Wabasha County, H. H. Hill Company, Publishers. 1884. Submitted by Mary Kay Krogman. CHESTER. The first settlement in the town of Chester was made in the spring of 1855 by J . M. Kimball, and about the same time Mr. R. F. Maxwell made a claim in the vicinity, in the southwestern part of the town, which comprises an even ...

  • Wabasha County Herald Minnesota Historical Society

    Wabasha County herald (Wabasha, Minn.) 1953-current Browse the title Issues from this title can only be accessed from the Gale Family Library at the Minnesota History Center. Wabasha County is located in Southeastern Minnesota and is a part of the Mississippi River Valley and the Mississippi River Bluffs regions of the State.

  • History

    History. Wabasha County is located in Southeastern Minnesota on the Mississippi River. It is considered to be both a part of the Mississippi River Valley, and Mississippi River Bluffs Area. The rich history of this area is evident throughout the county. Prior to 1826, the area of Wabasha was inhabited by the Sioux, led by chief Wa-pa-shaw, who ...

  • Wabasha County Soil Water Conservation District

    Mar 29, 2021  A partnership project between the Wabasha SWCD, the Izaak Walton League of America, Wapashaw Chapter funded by the Ikes' Upper Mississippi River Initiative. Interviews with 30 famers throughout the County conducted by Melendy Miller.

  • Trempealeau Co. WIGenWeb Project

    14 - For the story of the Wabasha dynasty, see: Winchell, Aborigines of Minnesota, 540-558. Also: F. Curtiss-Wedge, History of Winona County (Chicago, 1913), I, 18-31.

  • Welcome to the Official Web Site of Wabasha County, Minnesota

    This is the Official Site of Wabasha County, MN. Wabasha County is located in Southeast Minnesota along the Mississippi River.

  • Sec. 160.266 MN Statutes

    Legislative History ... Red Wing in Goodhue County, Wabasha in Wabasha County, Winona in Winona County, and La Crescent in Houston County to Minnesota's boundary with Iowa and there terminate. Where opportunities exist, the bikeway may be designated on both sides of the Mississippi River. ...

  • Zumbro Falls Memoirs - Wabasha County, MNGenWeb

    Information submitted by: Marilyn Preble, gathered from the Wabasha County History Book of 1920 and the Secretary State Review Board, State Historic Preservation Office, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN. TIME LINE: 1849 - Minnesota Territory Formed 1853 - Wabasha County Formed 1858 - Township Organized 1858 - Minnesota became a State

  • History of Wabasha County, Minnesota, 1920 - RootsWeb

    Jun 06, 2000  History of Wabasha County, Minnesota, 1920. HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP. Page 123 . Highland Township embraces Congressional Township 109, Range 11. It is bounded on the north by Glasgow, on the east by Watopa, on the south by Winona county and Plainview Township, and on the west by Oakwood.

  • History of Wabasha County (1884 edition) Open Library

    Aug 05, 2012  1. History of Wabasha County: together with biographical matter, statistics, etc. : gathered from matter furnished by interviews with old settlers, county, township, and other records, and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets, and such other sources as have been available : also a history of Winona County. 1884, H.H. Hill Co.

  • Trempealeau Co. WIGenWeb Project

    14 - For the story of the Wabasha dynasty, see: Winchell, Aborigines of Minnesota, 540-558. Also: F. Curtiss-Wedge, History of Winona County (Chicago, 1913), I, 18-31.

  • Welcome to the Official Web Site of Wabasha County, Minnesota

    This is the Official Site of Wabasha County, MN. Wabasha County is located in Southeast Minnesota along the Mississippi River.

  • Wabasha County Minnesota Genealogy and History

    Robert S. Cochrane [Source: The Wabasha Herald (Wabasha, MN), March 29, 1866] mkk IN PROBATE COURT - STATE OF MINNESOTA - county of Wabasha, ss. In the matter of the estate of Robert S. Cochrane, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate, to present the same to the undersigned, for adjustment within six months from the date hereof or be forever barred.

  • Zumbro Falls Memoirs - Wabasha County, MNGenWeb

    Information submitted by: Marilyn Preble, gathered from the Wabasha County History Book of 1920 and the Secretary State Review Board, State Historic Preservation Office, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN. TIME LINE: 1849 - Minnesota Territory Formed 1853 - Wabasha County Formed 1858 - Township Organized 1858 - Minnesota became a State

  • Chapter 11 - MN Laws

    Jun 02, 2006  Subd. 26. Great River Ridge Trail, Wabasha and Olmsted Counties. The trail shall originate in the city of Plainview in Wabasha County and extend southwesterly through the city of Elgin in Wabasha County and the town of Viola in Olmsted County to the Chester Woods Trail in Olmsted County.

  • Wabasha County Minnesota Genealogy and History

    Dec 23, 2020  Source: Wabasha County Herald (25 June 1903) submitted by Carol Judge Takes a Watopa bride: On Wednesday, of last week, Martin Michael Lee and Mary Gertrude McDonough, bothof Watopa township, Wabasha County MN, were united in bonds of matrimony at the Highland Catholic Church (Conception), Rev. William Griffin officiating.

  • Minnesota Judicial Branch - Wabasha County District Court

    WABASHA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT. Wabasha County Courthouse. 848 17 Street East STE 4. Wabasha, MN 55981. Phone: (651) 412-8627. Fax: (651) 565-8214. Contact by

  • An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota ...

    Page 37 - Chisago and Wabasha. The whole of southern Minnesota was included in Wabasha and Dakota, and of these two. Dakota had the bulk of the territory. Wabasha included that part of the territory "lying east of a line running due south from a point on the Mississippi river known as Medicine Bottle village, at Pine Bend, ‎

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  • 84 year old man identified as driver in fatal Wabasha ...

    Sep 02, 2021  September 2, 2021. clock. 3:20 pm My Fox 47 Top Stories. WABASHA, Minn. (KTTC) — A Wabasha County criminal report has revealed the identity of the driver who was involved in a fatal collision of a student on a skateboard in Wabasha on Tuesday night. The driver was 84-year-old Bernard Wayne Quist who caused the death of 15-year-old Adrianna Simon.

  • Wabasha County GOP Links Nazis, Mask Ordinance; Board ...

    Jul 27, 2020  Wabasha County is southeast of Red Wing and north of Rochester along the Mississippi River. The post has drawn more than 50 comments condemning the group for the post. The Facebook post came two days after a Marshall, Minn. couple was asked to leave that city’s Walmart after wearing with swastikas on them.

  • Olmsted County Minnesota Genealogy and History

    The county of Olmsted, in the State of Minnesota, is situated approximately between 43° 49’ and 44° 33’ of north latitude, and between 92° 10’ and 92° 40’ west longitude. It is bounded on the north by Goodhue and Wabasha counties, on the east by Wabasha and Winona counties, on the south by Fillmore and Mower counties and west by ...

  • Wabasha County Legal Referrals / Minnesota State Law Library

    Website provides information and resources on a variety of legal topics and can help connect individuals to legal aid and assistance. Live online chat help service available. Wabasha County Courthouse. (651) 412-8627. 848 17th Street East, Suite 4, Wabasha, MN 55981. Minnesota