Founded: March 6, 1871
Named for: The French translation of the Dakota words meaning "the lake that speaks."
County Seat: Madison
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OBITS: Dr. Charles Wiensina - submitted by Robin Line
MARRIAGES: Additional 70 Marriage records, 1880s
MILITARY: Soldiers - Colonel Vilas, Obert Larson
MILITARY: WWI Casualties - Otto L. Olson, Warren S. Gammell, Obert Thompson
OFFICIALS: Rosters - 1878 County Officials, 1895 Fire Wardens, 1890-County Officials
OFFICIALS: Politicians and Public Officials - J. F. Jacobson, George C. Borchardt, A. J. Kittleson, Malena P. Kivley
DIRECTORIES: 1878 Gazetteer and Business Directory
WILLS: Inheritance Taxes 1908-1913
OBITS: Mrs. Andrew Nelson, Emily T. Farnham
MARRIAGES: Additional 50 Marriage records, 1880s
MARRIAGES: News - Kelly-Sullivan, Ellickson-Haugen
PEOPLE: Mrs. Dr. J. M. Todd, S. E. Farnum, Fremont Ellickson
NEWS-ILLNESS: Miss Emily Farnham
NEWS-WEATHER: 1890-Dry Week
OBITS: Frank Howels
NEWS-SPOOKY: Dead Body found, disappears before inquest
NEWS-COMMUNITY: 1897-State Beet Sugar Convention, 1895-Changing Landscape, 1895-New Elevators
NEWS-FIRES: J. D. Smith, 1895-Forty Buildings Burned
NEWS-VISIT: Mrs. S. G. Miller
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