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Histories:  Trempealeau Co. Historical Accounts:

"Trempealeau County" by Clarence J. Gamroth: 

Volume 1A:

Communities:  Pleasantville

Pleasantville, 1948

About 7 miles north of Whitehall there lies a valley that abound with rich farmland and wooded hillsides.  It is called Pleasantville because conditions are so pleasant there.

George Hale was the first to settle thre and the township is named after him.

A school was built.  The second was built in 1874 and later a third school was erected.

Some of the settlers attended church (Lutheran) in Elk Creek.  In 1911, the Pleasantville Lutheran Church was organized with 84 members.

In 1909 the Pleasant Valley Telephone Co. was organized.


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