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Historical Markers in Hudson, Wisconsin

 
Clickable Map of St. Croix County, Wisconsin 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 St. Croix County, WI (27) Barron County, WI (7) Dunn County, WI (17) Pierce County, WI (6) Polk County, WI (18) Washington County, MN (59)  St.CroixCounty(27) St. Croix County (27)  BarronCounty(7) Barron County (7)  DunnCounty(17) Dunn County (17)  PierceCounty(6) Pierce County (6)  PolkCounty(18) Polk County (18)  WashingtonCountyMinnesota(59) Washington County (59)
Hudson is the county seat for St. Croix County
Hudson is in St. Croix County
      St. Croix County (27)  
ADJACENT TO ST. CROIX COUNTY
      Barron County (7)  
      Dunn County (17)  
      Pierce County (6)  
      Polk County (18)  
      Washington County, Minnesota (59)  
 
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1Wisconsin (St. Croix County), Hudson — 112 Walnut StreetHudson, Wisconsin
This Italianite structure at 112 Walnut Street is one of the oldest commercial sites in Hudson. The pre-Civil War Building first housed a dry goods store and later a harness and leather shop. At one time the property was owned by Jesse Grant of . . . Map (db m165714) HM
2Wisconsin (St. Croix County), Hudson — German SettlementSince 1851
Nicholas and Hely Schwalen were among the first farmers in St. Croix County. They emigrated from Honsfeld, Prussia, in present day German-speaking Belgium. The brothers arrived in Racine, Wisconsin in 1848 and steadfastly worked their way to St. . . . Map (db m46122) HM
3Wisconsin (St. Croix County), Hudson — Hudson Toll Bridge
The original interstate toll bridge which spanned the St. Croix River was officially opened for traffic June 14, 1913. It was privately owned by the St. Croix Bridge Company until 1917, when it became city property. For more than 35 years, it was . . . Map (db m43954) HM
4Wisconsin (St. Croix County), Hudson — In the Summer of 1910
In the summer of 1910, about two miles south of Hudson on the Wisconsin shore of the St. Croix River, 85 boys and several adults held an experimental week of camp to try out a new youth program called "Boy Scouts". This first Scouting camp in . . . Map (db m38305) HM
5Wisconsin (St. Croix County), Hudson — Louis Massey
On this site in 1840, was erected the home of Louis Massey, Hudson's first white settler.Map (db m13100) HM
 
 
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022