History of Dakota and Goodhue counties, Minnesota by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge

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Published by H.C. Cooper, Jr. in Chicago .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Dakota County (Minn.),
  • Goodhue County (Minn.)

Subjects:

  • Dakota County (Minn.) -- History.,
  • Dakota County (Minn.) -- Biography.,
  • Goodhue County (Minn.) -- History.,
  • Goodhue County (Minn.) -- Biography.

Edition Notes

Includes biographical sketches.

Book details

Statementeditor-in-chief, Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge ; contributors and revisers, Francis M. Crosby, C.W. Meyer, Patrick Cunningham, and many others.
GenreBiography.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF612.D2 C9
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6635723M
LC Control Number21011743
OCLC/WorldCa7385224

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History of Dakota and Goodhue counties, Minnesota / Item Preview remove-circle History of Dakota and Goodhue counties, Minnesota / by Curtiss-Wedge, Franklyn. Publication date Chicago: H.C. Cooper, Jr., Quarto. vol. I has pages with index devoted to Dakota county's history as well as its major people of the 17thth centuries; ; Volume II pages plus index devoted to Goodhue County.

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Publication date Topics Goodhue County (Minn.) -- History, Goodhue County (Minn.) -. A tract of land in the present Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona counties was set aside for the mixed bloods.

A neutral strip taking in a portion of southeastern Minnesota was also established. By Treaty of Washington,the Dakota relinquished all their lands east of the Mississippi, and the islands therein, so the Wabasha County island and the. The first seven reels are plat books from various counties in Minnesota, ranging from until The counties are arranged alphabetically on each roll.

The eighth and final roll reproduces the Plat Map Book of Minnesota, published by W.W. Hixson and Company. Directories and phone books present (years vary) Plat books, present (years vary) County newspapers on microfilm: Cannon Falls, Goodhue, Kenyon, Pine Island, Wanamingo, Red Wing, Zumbrota.

(years vary) We can check for obituaries if you can supply the complete death date. Obituaries are $ Historical Maps of Minnesota are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in ota Maps are vital historical evidence but must be interpreted cautiously and carefully.

The map collection of the Minnesota Historical Society consists of o individual Minnesota maps and 1, atlases, the majority of these for Minnesota and the Midwest. Throughout the state's storied history, the majority of Minnesota's residents have lived in the greater Minneapolis-St.

Paul area. This database is a name index of eleven county histories and plat books for the area immediately south of St. Paul. Researchers will find the name of county resident, the book in which the person's name History of Dakota and Goodhue counties, and the page number.

Oak Street Red Wing, Minnesota Tel. () Fax ()   The county is square miles in area, originally vegetated with oak prairie savannas. Dakota County lies within the confluence of three of the four major rivers draining from the state of Minnesota—the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers along the northern border and the Mississippi and St.

Croix rivers on the eastern border. History of Goodhue County, Minnesota (Source: Google Books) History of Goodhue County, Minnesota (Source: Internet Archive) History of Goodhue County, Minnesota (Source: MyHeritage) ($) A History of Goodhue County, Minnesota (Source: MyHeritage) ($) National Register of Historic Places Histories of specific towns and townships.

Stearns County publishes its own plat book; St. Louis County publishes its own plat book; Todd County publishes its own plat book; Minnesota's Bookstore carries current plat books for a number of Minnesota counties.

About plat books: For more information about how plat books are created, see the Wisconsin State Cartographer's Office site. Compiled by John Dalby of Faribault, Minnesota, this index contains overentries for burials in Goodhue, Rice, Steele, LeSuer, Scott, Dodge, Waseca, Dakota, Olmsted, and other area counties.

Also names and data of Civil War Vets of Minnesota. County Plat Maps and Atlases Until further notice, access to the Map Library is limited to library staff only.

For access to many of our maps, aerial photographs, and other physical materials, please search for the item in Libraries search. Source: History of Goodhue County Minnesota, Illustrated, by Franklin Curtiss-Wedge, H. Cooper Jr. & Co. (), transcribed by Mary Saggio.

JOHN IHRKE. a prosperous farmer of Pine Island township, was born in Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin, Json of John and Richie (Miller) Ihrke, natives of Germany, who came to America in   Dakota County - Webb Publishing Co.

For an interactive map, please click here. Goodhue County - C. Foote & Co. Wright County - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map, please click here. Yellow Medicine County - State of Minnesota Plat Book. In Goodhue county, a few miles southeast of Goodhue Center.

MINNEOLA. Near the center of Goodhue county, 6 miles east of Aspelund. NORWAY. In Wanaminga township, southwestern part of Goodhue county, 28 miles from Red Wing, which is the county seat and the most convenient railroad point. Population 28 souls.

First settled in This database contains data for two counties in – Dakota and Washington. The state census for heads of household in has been largely lost. The published schedule for Wright County has survived, as have manuscript copies for the counties of Chisago, Doty, and Superior.

As editor of the Pioneer, Goodhue traveled to Traverse des Sioux inin order to report on the important treaty negotiations with the Dakota people.

Goodhue’s observations were printed weekly in the Minnesota Pioneer and were quite thorough, often printing verbatim accounts of speeches made during the negotiations.

HISTORY OF GOODHUE COUNTY worked with his father until twenty years of age. Subsequently he farmed one year for himself in the county, worked at the machine trade one year and then located in South Dakota two years.

After this he went to Norman county. Minnesota and homesteaded acres of land on which he farmed for seven years. Prairie Island Indian Community (Dakota: Tinta Winta) is a Mdewakanton Sioux Indian reservation in Goodhue County, Minnesota, along the Mississippi of the reservation now lies within the city of Red Wing, which developed after this land was set aside.

The reservation was established inwith boundaries modified after that time. Search USA Minnesota Goodhue County Goodhue County. Welcome to our Goodhue County family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Goodhue County ancestors.

Dakota County Historical Society. Dakota County Historical Society has a rich collection of books related to the history of Dakota. Long-Term Exhibits The Goodhue County History Center’s long-term exhibits explore the history of Goodhue County, Minnesota, defined by stories of the land and people who call it home.

The galleries cover a variety of different topics and time periods and the History Center is constantly changing. Visit the “Temporary Exhibits” page to learn more about [ ]. Possession by Indians — The Dakota.

— Traditions and Opinions — Col. Col- vill's Views — Origin of Name '-Rd,'i ; — The Raidssjn- Groseillers Allegations — No Proof That These Men Ever Saw Goodhue County — Hennepin Lands at Red Wing's Village — Duluth Passes the Village — LeSueur at Prairie Island — Fort Beauharnois and Its Suc- cessors- — Carver Passes Through.

HISTORY OF GOODHUE COUNTY America and settled in this township, where he purchased eighty acres which he broke and improved.

Later lie purchased acres more and subsequently still another eighty, owning at the present time in addition to this, a half section in North Dakota.

HISTOID OF GOODHUE COUNTY lie built a home and other outbuildings, following general and diversified farming. Ingebretson was married in June,to Dorothy Hanson, natives of Norway, daughter of Hans and Maron (Jaeobson) Hanson, who were farmers and fishermen. to effectively promote the safety, health, and well-being of our residents.

History. The county was created on March 5,with territory partitioned from Wabasha was named for James Madison Goodhue (–), who published the first newspaper in the territory, The Minnesota Pioneer.

The county was originally settled exclusively by "Yankee" settlers, meaning that they both came to Goodhue County either directly from the six New England states or. The Goodhue volunteer (Red Wing, Minn.) Browse the title The Red Wing Goodhue Volunteer was a short-lived newspaper published in Red Wing, Minnesota, that continued the Red Wing Goodhue Volunteer began sometime in and ran through Aug The six-to-seven- column, four-page issues were released on Wednesdays.

The paper covered news and. An original county, Founded March 5, Named for Henry Mower Rice, one of the first two U.S. senators from Minnesota. Seat: Faribault * * * * * Genealogy Trails is a volunteer-based project dedicated to transcribing historical and genealogical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

WANT TO HELP. Rice County is. HISTORY OF GOODHUE COUNTY [MINNESOTA]. Including a Sketch of the Territory & State of Minnesota. with Biographical Sketches of Early & Prominent Settlers & Representative Men.

(Wood; Alley & Co.; ) This book is from our Print-on-Demand Catalog; which consists of books no longer in print and that are printed one-at-a-time. Description: Contains a detailed history of Goodhue County's Company F, First Minnesota Infantry, "The Story of Company F, First Regiment," an unpublished manuscript.

A/.R and A/+R Leonard A. Rosing and Family Papers, – Cannon Falls Township is a township in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States.

The population was 1, at the census. Cannon Falls Township was organized inand named for the falls on the Cannon River. Geography. 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.

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ByGoodhue County held within its borders four significant Euro-American immigrant enclaves: Minnesota's largest group of Swedes; the second largest assembly of Norwegians; one of the most densely populated German tracts; and an Irish colony at the county's center.

The colonizing of Goodhue County serves as a case study of the state's early immigration patterns.Source: History of Goodhue County Minnesota, Illustrated, by Franklin Curtiss-Wedge, editor; H.

C. Cooper Jr. & Co. () transcribed by Sandra Stutzman Oscar R. Wermuth, the leading furrier of Red Wing, having an establishment located on Main street, is a German by birth, having first seen the light of day in the German empire, Novem The Goodhue County Sheriff's Office will be temporarily suspending non-criminal finger printing at the Adult Detention Center due to COVID Reducing Community Spread of COVID is Critical Our communities have seen a rapid rise in people testing positive for COVID

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