ⓘ Winnebago, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Winnebago, Minnesota

Winnebago was originally called Winnebago City, and under the latter name was laid out in 1856. The city was named after the Winnebago Indians, who lived on a reservation nearby at the time. A post office was established as Winnebago City in 1857, and "city" was dropped from the name in 1905.

                                     
  • Winnebago Township is a township in Houston County, Minnesota United States. The population was 257 at the 2000 census. Winnebago Township was organized
  • Winnebago Creek is a 23.6 - mile - long 38.0 km tributary of the Mississippi River in southeastern Minnesota Winnebago Creek was named after the Winnebago
  • Winnebago City Township is a township in Faribault County, Minnesota United States. The population was 221 at the 2000 census. Winnebago City Township
  • Counties Winnebago County, Illinois Winnebago County, Iowa Winnebago County, Wisconsin Communities Winnebago Illinois Winnebago Minnesota Winnebago Nebraska
  • Fort Winnebago was a 19th - century fortification of the United States Army located on a hill overlooking the eastern end of the portage between the Fox
  • Winnebago County, Illinois Winnebago Township, Houston County, Minnesota Winnebago Township, Thurston County, Nebraska See also Winnebago disambiguation
  • member of the Minnesota State Senate 1867 1869. He was appointed receiver of the United States Land Office at Winnebago City Township, Minnesota June 1, 1869
  • Winnebago County is a county in the U.S. state of Iowa. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10, 866. The county seat is Forest City. The county was
  • representative in Minnesota s 20th district. Colton was born in Vermont in 1831 and moved to Minnesota in 1855. Colton worked as a farmer in Winnebago City. He
  • is a 19.8 - mile - long 31.9 km tributary of the Winnebago River in Minnesota and Iowa. Via the Winnebago Shell Rock, Cedar, and Iowa rivers, it is part
  • Minnesota State Highway 22 MN 22 is a 166.325 - mile - long 267.674 km highway in south - central and central Minnesota which runs from Winnebago County