Trempealeau County, Wisconsin

Arcadia Free Public Library (Library)   [Map]
A Carnegie Library still in operation
Bartlett Blacksmith Shop-Scandinavian Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Now a private residence
Capt. Alexander A. Arnold Farm (Farm)   [Map]
Family farmstead now a museum
Also known as: Eastside
Coman House (House)   [Map]
24118 3rd St, Trempealeau, WI 54661
Cortland, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Dodge, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]
Unincorporated community on the far edge of Trempealeau County
Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly Gale Ave., Main and Davis Sts., Galesville, Wisconsin
Gale College Historic District (District)   [Map]
Three buildings of the closed college now serving as offices and residential apartment buildings
Green Bay and Western Railroad Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
Former GB&W RR depot now service Whitehall as city offices
Also known as: Whitehall City Offices
Independence City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
23688 Adams St., Independence, Wisconsin
Also known as: Independence Public Library
John Bohrnstedt House (House)   [Map]
830 Clark St., Galesville, Wisconsin
John Cance F., House (House)   [Map]
807 W. Ridge Ave., Galesville, Wisconsin
Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly Main St. between 1st and 3rd Sts., Trempealeau, Wisconsin
Mississippi River Lock and Dam No. 6 (Dam)   [Map]
Part of the Upper Mississippi 9 Foot Navigation Project
New City, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]
Ghost town that disappeared without a trace
Pine Creek, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]
Settled circa 1862 by Kaszubian Polish and Bohemian immigrants
Ridge Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly Ridge Ave. from 4th to 6th Sts., Galesville, Wisconsin
Tollef Jensen House (House)   [Map]
806 W. Gale Ave., Galesville, Wisconsin
Williamsburg, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]
Ghost town with only a cemetery to remember it by