An original county, created October 27, 1849
Named for Alexander Ramsey, the first Minnesota territorial governor
It is the smallest county in Minnesota in terms of area, but the most densely populated.
The Mississippi River forms a municipal boundary on part of the city's west, southwest and southeast sides. Minneapolis, the state's largest city lies to the west; Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Roseville, and Maplewood are north; Maplewood is also to the east; the cities of West Saint Paul and South Saint Paul are to the south; and Lilydale, Mendota and Mendota Heights lie across the river from the city to the south. The city's largest lakes are Pig's Eye Lake, in the river, Lake Phalen, and Lake Como.
County Seat: St. Paul
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MARRIAGES: Williams-Rubert, Campbell-Gauthier, Hanson-Pelkey
NEWS-ILLNESS/INJURY: T. W. Wilson, Samuel G. Sloan, Lafayette M. Simmonds
WILLS/PROBATE: George B. Wilson
FAMILY: News & Info-Jessie Rice Greene, Emma B. Nelson, Grace Hubbell Rittenhouse, Fanny Willes Raney, Mary Sue Willes, Miss Elizabeth Blake Jackson.
INSTITUTIONS : Children's hospitals patients-Alma Lindgren, Anton Banke, Henrietta Splude, Pauline Elizabeth Maunee, Frank Schuh, Saunder Alexson
INSTITUTIONS : Children's hospitals News-1901-Dr. A. A. Gillette, 1903-Dr. J. E. Moore, 1906-Crippled Children Outing, 1906-Hospital Plans, 1907-St. Paul Hospital may become State facility 1908-Minnesota methods shown in Washington, 1912-Minnesota State Hospital for Children, 1921-Dowling Memorial
NEWS-COURT: Wurmer vs. Staples, Valiere vs. Lariviere
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OBITS: Albert Gentz, Luther Reynolds, D. C. Sattler
BUSINESSES: News-K. S. Morgan
NEWS-COURT: Edward A. Paradis
DIRECTORIES: 1878 Business Directory and Gazetteer
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BIOS: Carl Ekman, George Becker, David Day, Charles Flandrau, Simeon Folsom, Aaron Goodrich
CHURCHES: 1881-House of Hope Church
OBITS: W. A. McKerrow, Charles Noyes
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