An Illustrated History of Jackson County, Minnesota (Google eBook)

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Northern history publishing Company, 1910 - Jackson County (Minn.) - 586 pages
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The Jackson County Historical Society reprinted this book in 1979, along with a second volume of history from Jackson County. It is not apprectated that his site has decided to give it away free.
We are non-profit and use the sales of this book for revenue to continue the work at the JCHS Museum. If you appreciate the efforts of the JCHS to preserve the history of Jackson county please send a donation to PO Box 238, Lakefield, MN 56150. Thank you.
 

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