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Park site given Wisconsin in 1926 by John A. Latsch  No YearTrempealeauTrempealeauView
Sculptured rock at Trempeleau, Wisconsin  No YearTrempealeau View
Early history concerning southern Trempealeau countyDecember241897TrempealeauGalesvilleView
New library at WhitehallSeptember211899TrempealeauWhitehallView
Tells of early days on riverDecember071902TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Old settlers annual meetJune281905TrempealeauOsseoView
Ancient TrempealeauMay171907TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Menomonie as we saw itApril041908TrempealeauIndependenceView
A historical societyApril281910TrempealeauWhitehallView
Tells story of disputed bridgeMarch221912Trempealeau View
Scientists in search for relics will open Trempealeau MoundSeptember211913TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Historical SocietyOctober291914TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Historical character was Mrs. C. SchmitzDecember231915TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Historical Society in annual sessionNovember041915TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Reads like romance life of james reedJuly081915TrempealeauGalesvilleView
''Gibb'' holds titleFebruary101916TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Buys mountain and will give deed to stateOctober281916TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Gift of Trempealeau Mountain as new state park is announced by officials; Winona man is donorOctober291916TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Some early fourthsJuly061916TrempealeauOsseoView
Trempealeau Mountain to become state property through gift of John A. Latsch before New YearOctober291916TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Trempealeau State ParkJuly091920TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Additional thrills of 1871 tragedy recalled by 'Gene'March241921TrempealeauGalesvilleView
First cloth-covered casket made at Black River FallsJune161921TrempealeauGalesvilleView
M'Gilvray's ferry busy place in the early days before bride is builtMay151921TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Perrot Park, historic site of first fort on MississippiSeptember111921Trempealeau View
Will celebrate one hundred and third birthdayMay231922TrempealeauOsseoView
Wisconsin woman celebrates one hundred and third birthdayMay231922TrempealeauOsseoView
Aunt Nancy O'Brien at 104 has ride in auto, sees a movie and enjoys her first radioMarch041923TrempealeauOsseoView
Glimpses of pioneer lifeSeptember201923Trempealeau View
Memories of early days still lingerJuly051923TrempealeauWhitehallView
First Norwegian settlers in Trempealeau CountyNovember131924TrempealeauTrempealeauView
First Norwegian settlers in Trempeleau CountyNovember261924Trempealeau View
One hundred eighth anniversary of Judge Gale, founder of Galesville and pioneer promoterDecember051924TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Perrot park named to honor french pioneer, state's first governJune011924Trempealeau View
Urges a monument for discover of Trempealeau mountJune081924TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Whitehall barber guards famous treasure caveSeptember071924TrempealeauWhitehallView
A few early settlers and a brief review of Whitehall's progressJuly161925TrempealeauWhitehallView
The end of a long trailJanuary151925TrempealeauWhitehallView
Victors picnic on historical groundJune111925TrempealeauTrempealeauView
MacGilvray's ferryMarch201926TrempealeauWhitehallView
Perrot park dedicated at TrempealeauSeptember071926TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Dakota and Winnebago Indians suceeded fur traders at TrempeleauSeptember041927TrempealeauArcadiaView
Perrot park site of camp in 1686August071927TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Pioneers made shot at Tower Hill parkAugust141927Trempealeau View
Voice of the outdoorsJuly021927TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Beaver Creek is first settlement in TrempaleauJune101928TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Dedicate Latsch tablet at Perrot Park october 7thAugust221928Trempealeau View
Indian mounds of Galeville are excavatedJuly081928TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Mound excavation reveals life and habits of generation 1200 years oldAugust051928TrempealeauGalesvilleView
Nora cullity, 73, first white child in tremplealeu county, born at galesvilleDecember091928TrempealeauGalesvilleView
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