Arcadia Publishing, 2010 - 127 strán (strany)
Fur trade posts were established along the Upper Mississippi River between St. Anthony and St. Cloud during the first part of the 19th century. One of these trading posts was established by Pierre Bottineau on the bluffs just north of the mouth of the Elk River between Orono (upper town) and Elk River (lower town) in 1850. As the fur trade slowed, the logging industry took over and numerous sawmills sprung up along the rivers. Ard Godfrey, well known in the milling industry, established the first mill in Orono in 1851. As the township of Elk River grew, the population jumped from 7 people in 1849 to 134 in 1857. Ponds and gullies were drained and filled to make room for more businesses. In Elk River, learn about the Civil War soldiers, the dynamiting of the Blind Pig Saloon, the murder of Deputy Sheriff Ed Foley, devastating fires, and the Boxcar Murder, told through pictures and newspaper clippings.
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Andrew Davis Ard Godfrey Babcock and Sons Band concert Bank of Elk became bicycle Blanchett Hotel bridge built Church concert and free downtown Elk River Elk River High Elk River House ElK River School farm fire flour mill Forest Stewardship Council Frank Thurston White free attractions Greupner Henry Mower Rice Houlton Block Houlton building J. F. LEWIS Jameson Janet Panger John Quincy Adams Lake Orono left to right logs Main Street Mansur Merrifield and Dickey Metropolitan Trail Minneapolis Minnesota Historical Society Mississippi River moved to Elk Ojibwa Orono and Elk Orono Cemetery photograph shows photograph was taken pictured Pierre Bottineau plat Posing potato present-day Jackson Avenue Quincy Adams Nickerson Red Poll Red River oxcarts Romdenne sawmill served with Company Sherburne County Sherburne County Fair Sherburne County Star Sherburne History Center Sherburne House Simeon Pearl Folsom Staples steamboats trade post Trask unidentified W. F. Chadbourne W. L. Babcock