This section lists associations from Sterns to Winona providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was organised in 1936 and began to shape itself into a Museum in 1973. They have a Research Centre where a number of resources are available, which include:
An on-line catalogue of these resources is available on the site. A number of publications are also available for sale, which include books relating to the history of the region.Website:
Formed in the court chambers of the Honourable Fred Senn at the Waseca County Courthouse, the association was formed on 26 February 1938, with Herman Panzram elected as president. Martha Cummins was vice president, Charles Bailer was treasurer and Robert Hodgson the association secretary.
The association has a Library where a comprehensive collection of resources are accessible, which include:
They also have Birth, Marriage and Death Records relating to Steele County and LeSueur County. In addition they have Waseca Co. Census Returns apart from 1930.Website:
The association was established in 1934. A number of databases and indexes are on-line, which include:
They also have a vast collection of resources, which include:
The aims of the association are to gather historical information, to promote and encourage the study of history and to preserve the history of the area for future generations.
A number of databases are on the site, which include 1895 White Bear Township Census, Obituaries and Cemetery Records.
It is also possible to download Back Issues of their newsletter.Website:
The aims of the association are to collect, preserve and exhibit materials related to the history of Winona County. They currently have approximately 1700 members and 90 active business supporters.
A large number of resources are accessible at the Laird Lucas Memorial Library, which incorporate:
They also have information regarding Wabasha Prairie to Winona and A Civil War Journal for Company K, Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Gettysburg 1-4 July 1863 on their website.Website: