|History of Eau Claire County|
Complete index to selected articles from Our
Story 'The Chippewa Valley and Beyond' published by the Eau Claire
Leader Telegram, 1976. All Volumes now online!
All stories used with permission.
Volume Five - Spanning the Years and A Look Ahead
Communities Draw Names from Men, Places, Events
Distant Civil War 'Close' to Region
That 'War Eagle' had Quite a Record
Black River Ran Wild 100 Years Ago
Gaiety Turned to Disaster at River Falls
1884 Flood Drew National Attention
90 Perish as Waves Swamp Sea Wing
Strange Happenings a Puzzle to Area Family
Spring Valley Just Wouldn't Give Up
Stanley Fire Among Most Damaging
Scores Die in Wake of New Richmond Storm
Now it's All Peaceful at Cameron Dam
Area Swamp no St. Louis for Balloonists
World War I Brought Gunfire to Withee
City Men Gained World War I Honors
Prohibition Experiment Failed Here, Too
Klan Exposed, Driven from Chippewa Area
Somehow, Families Survived Depression
Results of CCC Projects Still Present
Burns' Blindfold Antics Mystified Locals
Some Men Will Never Forget 'Bataan'
Armistice Day Storm Came as a Surprise
Five Area Men Gain Medal of Honor
Colfax Tornado Cuts Deadly Swath
Independence Finds Freedoms Changing
Challenges of Future Call for Planning Now
Diversified Industries are Likely
Outdoor Lands Will Most Likely Shrink
Farming to Change, But it Will Remain
Some Indians Find '76 'Just Another Year'
'Our Story' Is Just That
The Declaration -All People Equal in Possession of Common Humanity
Summer!! A whole new project. Transcription of Centennial Eau Claire, "The
This is a 184 page book published in 1972 covering history of the City of Eau Claire
If you would like to volunteer to help with this transcription project, please drop me a line!