Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Fairs were held annually except in 1916, 1917, and 1918. Guide to dunn county, wisconsin ancestry, genealogy and family history, birth. Every name index to past and present of saline county, missouri, 1910 added 11282019. First, it might come from the middle english dunn, meaning brown.
If you have questions about historical research, please contact our library reference services staff by phone at 6082646535 or by email. May 07, 2020 hills falls church fairfax county, virginia city directory including annandale, lake barcroft, pimmitt hills and seven corners vrare 917. However, with the money aspect, every dollar that the asylum made, it was able to help out the town. Free account for dunn county news archive 1925 dunn.
Historical and biographical album of the chippewa valley, wisconsin including a general historical sketch of the chippewa valley. As someone stated in the 1925 history of dunn county, it was originally created to create a comfortable, wholesome home for the afflicted to be made happy. University archives 1925 history of dunn county name. Dunn county news archive 18612014 inlibrary use only. Mortality schedules can be obtained for 1860, 1870 and 1880. History of dunn county, wisconsin, volume 2 history of dunn county. History of dunn county wisconsin janaway genealogy. Federal population schedules are available for 1860, 1870, 1880, 1890 fragment, see below, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930 and 1940 dunn co. Every name index to history of troup county, georgia, 1933 added 12092019. Block plats of projected towns in each county also can be found. Every name index to history of seward county, nebraska, 1905 added 12222019.
The majority focus on wisconsin, the midwest, the united states and canada. Area research center collections uwstout archives and. The dunn county historical museum showcases the rich history of the american west. Dunn county s history begins with the dakota sioux and ojibwe chippewa tribes, along with their conflict and interactions with europeans. Chamberlin was a man of practical affairs, a worker and a builder who established a mercantile business in. Other positions he held include chairman of the county board of dunn county. It is named for charles dunn, first chief justice of the territory. For access to post1907 vital records, contact the county register of deeds or the wisconsin vital records office. Buy history of dunn county, wisconsin by curtisswedge, franklyn isbn. Dunn county wisconsin has a rich history and many historical sites to explore. Links to web sites with information about dunn county, wisconsin.
The english u most likely is the correct sound in english. According to the 1925 history of the chippewa valley, henry l. Menomonie, wisconsin historydunn county asylum wikiversity. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, im or document to embed the entire object, paste this html in website to link to this page, paste this link in email, im or document. Eau claire county history of eau claire county, wisconsin. When the massive history of dunn county was published in 1925, every village, large and small, had a brief history included in the book. Formed in 1950, the dunn county historical society discovers, preserves, interprets and shares. The dunn county asylum for the chronic insane served the dunn county for over 50 years and was a part of building the history of menomonie.
All i know about sophia schlecker is from the history of dunn county wisconsin published in 1925. Stout was born at ringoes, hunterdon county, new jersey, on oct. Maps and atlases in our collections wisconsin historical. Plat book of the state of wisconsin maps and atlases in. Inlibrary use only local history dunn county news archive 18622014. Spend a day viewing historical exhibits, including an oldfashioned log cabin, oneroom schoolhouse, first bank of dunn county, and a weatherbeaten homesteader shack. Wisconsin online historical directories listed by county. Area research center university of wisconsin stout.
This book is a discarded library book with usual markings. Alva carter in 1927, waupaca county plat books and atlases, and photographs and a scrapbook detailing the history of wisconsin central airlines and the clintonville municipal airport from the 1930s through the 1970s. At the age of 22, he married eveline deming, a native of. Visitors who have read the award winning childrens book caddie woodlawn are in for a treat. He also held many local offices of trust and repre sented dunn county in the assembly in the session of 1881. The index was created by university of wisconsinstout student, katie triphan, and has been placed on the web to. History of dunn county, wisconsin unknown binding 1925. History of dunn county the removal to rock falls, dunn county. Familysearch north dakota state census, 1925 dunn county source. Listen to the calls of the meadowlarks, finches, and canada geese. As smaller territories were formed from the northwest territory of the united states northwest ordinance, 1787, that same land was a part of the indiana territory 18001805, the michigan territory 1805. Where can find dunn county birth, marriage, divorce and death records. On june 19, 1885 a new dunn county agricultural society was formed when 44 farmers signed a constitution.
This is the title of the book many times abbreviated, if the title is long. Items pertaining to the history of clintonville, wisconsin including portraits of local residents photographed by j. According to the 1925 edition of history of dunn county, he was born in red cedar, wisconsin in 1874, and was a very active dairy farmer in the area, owning 4 farms at one point in richland and iowa counties. Named for the original inhabitants of the area, the menominee, the city forms the core of the united states census bureaus menomonie micropolitan statistical area msa, which includes all of dunn. William, levi, emma, eddy and teddy were deceased, harry of spooner, wi, charles of state of washington, hattie, who is mrs william mabee of glasgow, mont, nettie, now mrs anton brehm of the town of lucas, fred g, town of lucas, thomas, now of san francisco, ca. Historical and biographical album of the chippewa valley. A copy of the book can be found in the uwstout area research center. Wisconsin state law prohibits the online reproduction of a complete vital record. The first specific mention of the township dates back to september 4, 1873, at which time the commissioners attached it to scambler for township purposes, but it was not until seven years later that the population was such as to warrant its organization as an independent civil township.
The courthouse in dunnville burned to the ground in october 1858. There are many types of census records for dunn county guide you in researching your family tree. History of the william snow and robert gardner families. According to the history of dunn county clues found in leo. History of dunn county downsville community museum. I will be happy to check my book history of dunn co. This is a name index to the 1925 history of dunn county that was published by h. Book is a discarded library book with usual markings. Search the history of over 431 billion web pages on the internet. Dunn county news, menomonie, wi, 28 april 1883 p4, c2 submitted by judy schultz elijah wiggins was born in maine in 1800. A subscribers index is usually at the end of the volume with general information on the owner and location of land holdings in the county listed by township and range. Colfax township dunn county dunn township eau galle township elk mound township grant township hay river township lucas township menomonie township new haven township. Directories and telephone books including residents of dunn county, wisconsin. Atlases and county plat books provide area maps and show land ownership by township.
Ole johannesen bolland running 18511892 find a grave. Dunn county news, menomonie, wi, 5 may 1883 p4, c2 submitted by judy schultz edgar wiggins was born in the town of spring brook may 4, 1856 where he now resides. Though originally home to santee dakota and ojibwe native people, jurisdiction over the land that comprises dunn county has been claimed by spain, france, england and the united states. Samuel dunn, second generation, a son of james dunn was also born in ireland in. All things digital menomonie public library serving dunn. According to history of dunn county 1925, children of thomas and margaret cummings morgan. Every name index to general history of seward county, nebraska, 1888 added 12222019. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
February 19, 2020 born evelyn victoria campbell on july 26, 1925 to howard and anna campbell in vancouver, washington she lived her entire 94 years of life in clark county. If not, theres a copy at the menomonie library, or you could purchase a reprint from higginson books. He was elected to the wisconsin state assembly in 1906 and 1908. I am researching the bjornson and iverson families. Dunn county, wisconsin genealogy genealogy familysearch wiki. A subscribers index is usually at the end of the volume with general information on the owner and location of land holdings in the county. Chamberlin was a man of practical affairs, a worker and a builder who established a mercantile business in rock falls which he conducted for 46 years. I believe the moderator of the dunn county board has a copy of it, or access to a copy. Dunn county news archive 18612014 inlibrary use only free account for dunn county news archive. This section houses the county s real property lister rpl office and is responsible for providing information and maintenance. History of dunn county, wisconsin, volume 1 history of dunn county. All things digital databases business digital public library of america genealogy general research grants health job seeker help literature students dunn county dunn county news digital archive 18622014 inlibrary use only free account for dunn county news archive newsbank.
Biographies in dunn county wisconsin genealogy trails. Feb, 2016 according to an account in the 1925 history of dunn county, with the final lumber raft on its way, the water power and franchises were sold to the wisconsin power company, which disposed of. Dunn county 1915 webb publishing, 1915 image quality. The county was founded in 1854 from chippewa county and organized in 1857. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, im or document to embed the entire object, paste this html in website to link to this page, paste this link in email, im or document to embed this page, paste this html in website. Biographical book excerpt wisconsin historical society. Index to 1888 dunn county wisconsin plat book usgenweb archives.
The society houses more than 25,000 maps and atlases in its archives. These items are digitized from the collections of the dunn county historical society in menomonie, wisconsin and the area research center at the university of wisconsinstout. James dunn, the founder of the dunn family, was born in county down, ireland, in 1724. Dunn county directories directories and telephone books including residents of dunn county, wisconsin. University archives 1925 history of dunn county name index. Dunn is an english, scottish, and irish surname with several different origins, all of which might be accurate. The citys population was 16,264 as of the 2010 census. Dunn county history of dunn county, wisconsin, 1925.
The building was located just 2 miles east of menomonie. He married martha long, and with his family came to the colonies, settling in virginia about the year 1762. Coolidge august 22, 1871 february 27, 1955 was a politician from wisconsin coolidge was born in st. After several months of moving from place to place, the county seat was moved to menomonie on january 1, 1861. Usgenweb archives project for dunn county, wisconsin.
Where the wild rice grows history of menomonie recollection wisconsin. He later moved into kentucky, where he died in his 82nd year, 1806. Guilford county real property data ownership history data last updated on. History of dunn county 1925 by user november 11, 1997 at 09. Dunn township was the fortyeighth township in otter tail county. Luxembourg was being tossed between other powers like a football, sliced and diced.
In the book history of dunn county, his birthday is given as 8th december, 1848. Other than the two years spent as a naval photographer during world war ii and several years attending uwmadison, he lived his entire life in his. History of dunn county, wisconsin, 1925 dunn county directories directories and telephone books including residents of dunn county, wisconsin. Across the years, history of sisseton, south dakota 18921992 in roberts county, sd by the sisseton centennnial book committee brookings county sd history book 1989 history of dunn county wisconsin 1925.1634 346 889 646 1152 1547 254 291 487 1261 431 942 71 1018 681 193 1243 396 1190 1247 189 971 822 1554 348 1057 96 394 1310 1104 1014 86 1028 467 934 1413