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Organized in 1853
Named after Franklin Pierce
The county seat is Ellsworth

Largest city is River Falls, which is also partly in St. Croix county.
The city's first settlers were Joel Foster and his indentured servant, Dick, in the year 1848. The original village was started as the village of Kinnickinnic in 1854 by brothers Nathaniel N. and Oliver S. Powell who were from St. Lawrence County, New York. At the time, the town and village were also known as "Greenwood" but this was changed, as another Greenwood, Wisconsin already existed.

Cities, Towns and other Communities
Prescott
River Falls, formerly known as Kinnickinnic is partly in St. Croix County

Villages
Bay City ~ Ellsworth ~ Elmwood ~ Maiden Rock ~ Plum City ~ Spring Valley (partly in St. Croix County)

Towns
Clifton ~ Diamond Bluff ~ El Paso ~ Gilman ~ Hartland ~ Isabelle ~ Maiden Rock ~ Martell ~
Oak Grove ~ Rock Elm ~ Salem ~ Spring Lake ~ Trenton ~ Trimbelle ~ Union

Census-designated places

Diamond Bluff ~ Hager City

Ghost Town
Brasington


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Online Records

Cemeteries

Census Records

Church Histories / Records

County Records

Death Records

Family Bibles and Records

History Topics

Marriage Records

Miscellaneous Data

Newspaper Gleanings

Obituaries and Death Notices

School Records

Wills/Probate Records

Website Updates:
Sep 2017: obits for BURKE, THAYER, SEELEY, THAYER, EVERSON, KOMMISRUD.  Miscellaneous news:  Hans Larson missing. Crime news:  O'Connell.  Sicklist news for HANSON.  Fire news.

PREVIOUS UPDATES:
Crime news for HOKE; Community news for HUDSON, 1st settler; Storm news, Marriage License for HARRISON-HANSON; Marriage news of WADE-SHAW; HASELD-THORSON ; Tragic death of boy caught in wheat
WWII Honor List - transcribed by Peggy Thompson
Bios: Fifield, Warner, Haugen, Otis, Gilson, Putnam, Haugen, Warner
1883 Pensioners on the Roll

 

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Adjacent Counties
St. Croix County – north
Dunn County – northeast
Pepin County – southeast
Goodhue County, Minnesota – south
Dakota County, Minnesota – southwest
Washington County, Minnesota – west
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