After you have seen one of the outdoor land survey markers or viewed the 1832 LAND SURVEY web page (link above), GIVE US FEEDBACK BY CLICKING: BOONE
MARKING A SIGNIFICANT EVENT IN HISTORY
Nathan Boone’s land survey
of the Neutral Ground in 1832
Unveiled in October
Shore Acres Road along the Wagon Wheel Trail (above)
and Skunk Hollow Road
Gratitude to Project Partners
City of La Crescent
La Crescent Public Library
La Crescent Township
The project was made possible in part by the people of Minnesota through a grant funded by an appropriation to the Minnesota Historical Society from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Don Borcherding, a licensed professional surveyor with 45 years’ experience in land surveying, survey research, and survey history
Gwen Westerman, a scholar of Dakota history and language and a professor in English at Minnesota State University, Mankato
The History Center and Apple Museum will open in the spring on Saturdays 10 to 2.
YOU CAN CONTACT US
507-895-1857 OR LAHS1857@GMAIL.COM
for a group tour
COMING SOON – Letters Home,
a downloadable exhibit
A community newsletter sent to service men and women from the area …
and letters they sent back to their hometown, La Crescent.