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Dunn County

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Early days in Dunn County, WI, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies, in this New 26 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, printed single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Boyceville, Colfax, Downing, Downsville, Dunn, Eau Galle, Elk Mound, Grant, Hay River, Knapp, Lucas, Menomonie (County Seat), Mondovi, New Haven, Otter Creek, Peru, Red Cedar, Ridgeland, Rock Creek, Rock Falls, Sand Creek, Sheridan, Sherman, Spring Brook, Stanton, Tainter, Tiffany, Weston, Wheeler, Wilson. (Some towns are not mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Surprising find while digging a well; Early visitors and settlers; the lumber business, and various mills and mill owners; early weddings; flour and whiskey; Big Rascal and a near Indian uprising; More on early settlers, including Perry Curtis, John Rogler, Simeon Morugg, J.B. McCann, G.M. Fowler, Jacob Miller, W.M. Dunn, and others; County officials, the murders of Milton and Charles Coleman; the village of Menomonie (including a sketch) -- library, schools, churches, newspapers, industries, societies, etc.; the villages of Knapp, Rusk, Downsville, Dunnville, Cedar Falls, Eau Galle, Rock Falls, Maridean, etc.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: In addition to the many names mentioned throughout the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are (not in alphbetical order): Alvan J. Messinger, Dr. Walter Crocker, William McKahn, Dr. David Heller, Capt. J.M. Mott, Fred. R. Church, Levi Vance, Henry Grob, Pettis Tiffany, Fritz Paule, W.H. Allen, Dr. Edwin O. Baker (pix), Royal C. Bierce, George R. Brewer, Thomas J. Bryan, E.B. Bundy, Newell Burch, Newton F. Carpenter, J.J. Carter, Daniel P. Chamberlin, David Chapin, William J. Cowan, S.G. Dean, Col. E.L. Doolittle, John H. Edwards, Ole Egdal, Mrs. Mary R. Fowler, S.B. French, Capt. Thomas J. George, S.A. Gilley, W.F. Gould, Stephen G. Gould, Dr. E.H. Grannis, N.W. Greene, James Grover, Elsie Guptill, Henry W. Hefner, Joseph Hartmann, John A. Heintz, Rev. Michael Heiss, Thomas S. Heller, Julius A. Hill, William Huber, Prof. J.G. Ingalls, Jacob Jungck, Peter Lammer, W.H Landon, John T. Long Jr., Rev. L. Lund, S.D. McKahan, Robert Macauley, Thomas Manley, Egbert Marks, Edward Munske, Walter McNeel, John Noulen, O. Ohnstad, Thomas Ordemann, T.H. Oswald, Christ Pauly, Peter Perrault, Sewell A. Peterson, E. Pixley, Rev. William Pomeremke, O.K. Ranum, William Schutte, Albert Quilling, G.H. Seely, Sever Severson, George Shaffer, George Tonnar, Frederick Ursinus, Daniel Waite, Fred E. Blaser, Dr. J.T. Bright, Edward C. Coleman, Dr. W.W. Dorry, Solomon J. Fletcher, Dr. C.H. Fressell, H.W. Kellogg, Herbert Lucas, Mathew McCormic, W.D. Young, Edward K. Brayton, Dr. William A. Bury, John Hauss, George Owen, J.F. Ronneberger, Adelbert C. Sherburne, Wilshire Sherburne, Rodolph A. Zuehlke, Edgar M. Drake, John Flick Jr., Jacob Hermann, Joel Horner, Ole Larsen, Robert B. McCullough, Lyman S. Mason, A. S. Messenger, S.C. Rogers, A.J. Tibbetts, James Williamson, Thomas W. M. Macauley, John Borland, James Glidewell, George W. Horten, W.H. Irish, John McGilton, Oliver P. McKesson, J.T. Mathews, W.A. Mathews, James G. Neville, J.K. Patten, F.W. Pitcher, E.R. Sherburne, John S. Stevens, William H. Smith, Patrick Fitzgerald, John Dauvin, Samuel Andrews, Harrison Beeman, M.R. Bump, George Chamberlin, J.N. Clark, M.C. Clark, John Norrish, G.S. Pierce, Jerome B. Garland, Francis H. Morgan, E.A. Nichols, Franklin Wells, Dr. Eli Monteith, J.D. Simons, William H. Doane, E.L. Evarts, H.A. Farnham, William Goercke, John Harshman, Frederick Steinkel, William Whitcher.

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Cover of Dunn County History

Sources: History of Northern Wisconsin / History of Dunn County Wisconsin
Authors: A.J. Coolidge and J.B. Mansfield
Original Publication Year: 1881
Original Publisher: Austin J. Coolidge
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