Goodhue County's Second Courthouse
Built in 1932 for $275,000
It has since been replaced with the Goodhue County Justice Center
Goodhue County was formed from territory within Wabasha County on March 5, 1853.
County boundaries were defined in 1854 and further refined again in 1855.
It was named for James Madison Goodhue, the first printer-editor in Minnesota.
Nearly all of Prairie Island Indian Community is within the county.
The county seat is Red Wing
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MARRIAGES: County Records 1854-1855
MILITARY: WWI Casualties - collected and organized by Susan Duff-Erkel
OFFICIALS: Rosters - List of Notaries Public in Commission Aug. 1, 1884
OBITS: Warren Gill
NEWS-FIRES/TRAIN WRECKS: 1901 Train Wreck
WILLS: Inheritance Taxes - ANDERSON, August; ANDERSON, John; ANDERSON, John A.; ANDERSON, Joseph L.; BEFORT, John; BLODGETT, E. H.; BROOKS, Harriet E.; BUCKHOLTZ, H. Otto; CLARK, Isaac; CRONY, Mary A.; DICKEY, Joseph C.; ENERSON, E. T.; FLORN, A. G.; FOOT, Silas B.; FOSS, Ole; GALLAGHER, Francis; HESSELBURG, Daniel; HODGMAN, Harriet; JOHNSON, John C.; KNUTSON, Henry; KROGEN, Knut P.; LANDER, John A.; LARSON, Andrew; MAHAR, Patrick; MILLS, James R.; OLSON, Herman L.; OLSON, Thore; PARKER, Margaret; PETERSON, John; PETERSON, Peter O.; PIEPHO, Theodore F. W. C.; ROTZ, Karl; RUDBERG, Gustaf; SMITH, Louis C.; SMITHER, Harriett R.; WESTERFUND, Ola
COURT: Doty vs. Phelps
TRAINING SCHOOL: Students-William King and George Sobkowski
TRAINING SCHOOL: Escapes-John Swicked, Leo Subkowski and James Carr
MILITARY: WWI Casualties - William Kolshorn, Oskar E. Youngdahl
MILITARY: Soldiers - Oskar E. Youngdahl
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OBITS: Granville Pearson
PEOPLE: Frances Alder
NEWS-ILLNESS/INJURY: Curtis Daughter, August Alder, Fred W. Budenski, John Alberts Mrs. Carl Anderson
NEWS-VISIT: George Clemens, Peter and D.C. Stucky, Frank Fiek
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