Founded: February 23, 1854
County Seat: Caledonia
Largest city: La Crescent
Named For: Samuel Houston
(TN governor and TX president)
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MARRIAGES: County Records 1856-1858
NEWS-BITS: ~ 50 additional items from 1888
NEWS-BUSINESSES: Henry McDonald, A. J. Christensen, W. H. Harries, John Serres, E. H. Smalley, J. N. Bartholet & Bro., John P. Haap, P. J. Smallfy, Bertha Zender,
BIRTHS: Elizabeth Harrison Forsyth
NEWS-VISITS: Mary Marsh
CHURCHES: 1888-Presbyterian Supper
SCHOOLS: Belle Myrah
PEOPLE: Ed Davidson
OBITS: Agnes Crotty, O'Rask Child, Ida Travis Bartholomew
BIRTHS: Mann Girl, Teitz Girl, Hennesy Boy
MARRIAGES: Hall-Carlisle, Bartholett-Corpstein
MARRIAGES: County Records 1854-1855
NEWS-BITS: ~ 50 items from 1888
NEWS-ILLNESS: O. S. Berg, Belden Child
NEWS-BUSINESSES: Eva Spettel, Mrs. Andrew Tommerasenn, Peter Piersch, Joseph Pleimling, W. D. Belden
PEOPLE: Joseph S. Semsch, Hannah Rippe, Jim Hall
PUBLIC OFFICIALS: News-E. Reison
SCHOOLS : Teacher Nettie Reppy, 1890-Diphtheria closes school
DIRECTORIES : 1869-Freeburg and Brownsville Directories
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