Jackson County, Wisconsin
Jackson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 20,449. Its county seat is Black River Falls. Jackson County was formed from Crawford Count...
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Western Technical College
Western Technical College (also known as WTC or Western Tech) is part of the Wisconsin Technical College System. The main campus is located in La Crosse, in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.
Founded in...
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William S. Dwinnell
William S. Dwinnell was a member of the Minnesota Senate and the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Dwinnell was born on Christmas of 1862 in Lodi, Wisconsin. He began attending the University of...
Trempealeau River
The Trempealeau River (pronounced TREM-puh-lo) is an 81.5-mile-long (131.2 km) tributary of the Mississippi River in the Driftless Area of western Wisconsin in the United States.
The Trempeal...
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Mountain Wolf Woman
Mountain Wolf Woman, or Xéhachiwinga (1884–1960), was a Native American woman of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe. She was born in April 1884 into the Thunder Clan near Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Her...
Hugh Mills
Hugh Brooks Mills (July 14, 1828 – February 28, 1901) was an American businessman and politician.Born in Canada, he moved with his parents to New York. In 1849, Mills moved to Wisconsin and even...
Joba Chamberlain
Justin Louis "Joba" Chamberlain (/ˈdʒɒbə/ JOB-ə; born Justin Louis Heath; September 23, 1985) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB). Chambe...
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Simon Benson
Simon Benson (October 2, 1852 – August 5, 1942) was a noted Norwegian-born American businessman and philanthropist who made his mark in the city of Portland, Oregon.
Simon Benson was born S...
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Warren Green
Warren Everett Green (March 10, 1869 – April 27, 1945) was the 13th Governor of South Dakota. Green, a Republican from Hazel, South Dakota, served from 1931 to 1933. He was also a State Senator from...
Rogneys, Wisconsin
Rogneys is a ghost town in the town of Franklin, Jackson County, Wisconsin, United States.
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Hononegah (c.1814–1847) was the wife of Stephen Mack, Jr. an employee for The American Fur Company, a pioneer to the Rock River Valley in northern Illinois and founder of the community of Rockto...
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Black River Falls Public Library
The Black River Falls Public Library is located in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. It became the first free public library in Wisconsin in 1872. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places ...
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Peter A. Hemmy
Peter A. Hemmy was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Hemmy was born in Honey Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin. He attended high school in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin.
The Ho-Chunk, sometimes called Winnebago, are a Siouan-speaking tribe of Native Americans, native to the present-day states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and parts of Iowa and Illinois. Today the two separ...
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Red Bird
Red Bird (c. 1788–1828) was a leader of the Winnebago (or Ho-Chunk) Native American tribe. He was a leader in the Winnebago War against the United States. He was for many years one of the ...
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Buffalo River (Wisconsin)
The Buffalo River is a 68.7-mile-long (110.6 km) left-tributary of the Mississippi River in western Wisconsin in the United States.
The Buffalo River is formed at Osseo in northeastern Trempe...
Wazee Lake
Wazee Lake is a lake east of Black River Falls, Wisconsin, in the town of Brockway, Jackson County, Wisconsin, United States. The name "Wazee" means "tall pine" in the Ho-Chunk language. The artificia...
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Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr.
Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr. (2 July 1925 – 5 November 1950) was a Marine in the United States Marine Corps during World War II, and later a soldier in the United States Army during the Korean War. C...
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Clay, Wisconsin
Clay is a ghost town in the town of Komensky, Jackson County, Wisconsin, United States. The community is still marked on Wisconsin Department of Transportation maps.
Henry Roe Cloud
Henry Roe Cloud (December 28, 1884 - February 9, 1950) was a Ho-Chunk Native American, enrolled in the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, who served as an educator, college administrator, U.S. federal gover...
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Restful Place
Restful Place is a public artwork by Ho-Chunk artist Truman Lowe, located at Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. "Restful Place" was installed as part of the Center's ARTS...
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