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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Le Sueur County, Minnesota

 
Clickable Map of Le Sueur County, Minnesota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Le Sueur County, MN (9) Blue Earth County, MN (26) Nicollet County, MN (74) Rice County, MN (37) Scott County, MN (22) Sibley County, MN (13) Waseca County, MN (1)  LeSueurCounty(9) Le Sueur County (9)  BlueEarthCounty(26) Blue Earth County (26)  NicolletCounty(74) Nicollet County (74)  RiceCounty(37) Rice County (37)  ScottCounty(22) Scott County (22)  SibleyCounty(13) Sibley County (13)  WasecaCounty(1) Waseca County (1)
Le Center is the county seat for Le Sueur County
Adjacent to Le Sueur County, Minnesota
      Blue Earth County (26)  
      Nicollet County (74)  
      Rice County (37)  
      Scott County (22)  
      Sibley County (13)  
      Waseca County (1)  
 
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1Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Cleveland — The Geldner Mill / The Big Woods
The Geldner Mill This historic sawmill played an important role in the settlement, clearing, and development of the countryside in which it stands. The machinery was manufactured in the late 1860s by Halbert and Paige of Painesville, Ohio, . . . Map (db m207640) HM
2Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Le Sueur — Dr. William W. Mayo House
The accomplishments of the Mayo family in the field of medicine have brought fame to both its members and to Minnesota, for it was Dr. William W. Mayo and his two sons, William J. and Charles H., who founded the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, . . . Map (db m65417) HM
3Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Le Sueur — Le Sueur
Named for Pierre Charles Le Sueur, French explorer who passed the site in 1700. This town on the old Red River trail includes two towns, Le Sueur and Le Sueur City which were laid out in 1852-53 on Prairie Le Fleche about a mile apart. Consolidation . . . Map (db m65509) HM
4Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Le Sueur — Roster of the Le Sueur TigersLe Sueur Tigers · 150 Years • 1862 – 2012
Le Sueur Tigers No. 1, William Dellaughter, commander I. Allen, E. Bacon, A. Bangs, H. Bridenthall, B. Birdsall, J. Birdsall, P. Burch, N. Burgers, L. Butman, F. Butteauz, S. Carpenter, W. Case, J. Coggswell, G. Cook, B. Cosly, . . . Map (db m65705) HM WM
5Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Le Sueur — The Jolly Green Giant
In 1903, fourteen of Le Sueur's leading businessmen met in the back of the Cosgrove Harness Shop to start a canning factory. They called it the Minnesota Valley Canning Company. Sixty-seven shares of stock at one hundred dollars per share were sold . . . Map (db m65416) HM
6Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Le Sueur — The Minnesota River Valley
Geologically young when compared with ancient rivers such as the Nile or the Amazon, the Minnesota River is only about 12,000 years old. It occupies a channel that was cut by the Glacial River Warren, when it drained Glacial Lake Agassiz, the . . . Map (db m65411) HM
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7Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Montgomery — Reverend Emil Polášek1873-1937
To the memory of Reverend Emil Polášekwho for thirty-two years, from 1905 to 1937, served God as a pastor of The Church of the Holy Redeemer, rejoicing with us in our joys, comforting us in our sorrows, exhorting us by word of mouth . . . Map (db m212945) HM
8Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Ottawa — Limestone Treasures
Built on a shelf of oneota dolomite limestone, Ottawa is home to six little known treasures from the past. Platted in 1853, the once thriving village has left behind a collection of limestone structures that have stood the test of time, all built . . . Map (db m212838) HM
9Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Ottawa — The Ottawa Methodist Church
Was organized in 1857 and the stone building was erected in 1859 by the Methodists of this community and has served for 90 years as a place of worship and education. This church building is one of the three oldest Methodist church buildings in . . . Map (db m212845) HM
 
 
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Jan. 29, 2023