History


Prehistoric Pottery Links St. Croix’s Past and Present

Oneota pottery from the Sheffield Site (Photo courtesy Science Museum of Minnesota)

At an approximately 700-year-old village, the river’s bounty made for stronger ceramics.

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Explore Standing Cedars on a Winter Walk

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St. Croix 360 presents a guided hike along the river at one of the land conservancy’s Osceola properties.

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Speaker Series Offers Presentations on River’s History, Nature and People

Wisconsin elk (Photo courtesy Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)

The free monthly events will feature experts discussing topics from bats to bees, archaeology to elk.

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Andersen Windows Boat Celebrates 75 Years

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TV segment shines light on the custom craft, which takes guests on pleasure cruises – now that its submarine-hunting days are past.

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St. Croix Falls AutumnFest Highlights River Town’s Heritage

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Several events will celebrate the St. Croix River’s history and culture during the annual festival.

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Log House Landing – Gateway to Scandia

Log House Landing, St. Croix River

The popular river access point is one of the last remnants of historic Otisville and in need of renewed stewardship.

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