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Histories:  Trempealeau Co. Historical Accounts:

"History of Trempealeau County Wisconsin, 1917":

Chapter 10:


-As transcribed from page 129

The Trempealeau County Historical Society is in possession of a number of historical papers relating to the settlement of various minor valleys and cooleys in the county, and incidents of early days, as well as to the personality of many of the pioneers.  These papers are for the most part still in manuscript, and they are here printed to add interest to the general story of the pioneer period that has already been told.  The collection is increasing, and in time the society will doubtless possess the history of every locality in the county.  The papers already preserved are largely from the pens of Hon. H. A. Anderson, Hon. Stephen Richmond and Dr. E. D. Pierce.  In addition to these, many papers have been gathered especially for this work.

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