ⓘ Galesville, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Galesville, Wisconsin

Galesville is a city in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1.481 at the 2010 census. It is located where Beaver Creek flows into a wide area of the Mississippi River valley. The creek is impounded to form Lake Marinuka. The mayor is Vince Howe.

                                     
  • Galesville may refer to: United States Galesville University, a defunct college in Wisconsin United States Galesville Illinois, unincorporated community
  • Downtown Historic District in Galesville Wisconsin is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. National
  • The Ridge Avenue Historic District in Galesville Wisconsin is a 5 acres 2.0 ha historic district which was added to the National Register of Historic
  • and Wisconsin pioneer. He served as a Wisconsin Circuit Court Judge and as a member of the Wisconsin State Senate. He was the founder of Galesville Wisconsin
  • Gale College also Galesville University and Marynook was a private college in Galesville Wisconsin It was founded by George Gale, opening in 1854 and
  • County, Wisconsin Twesme went to Gale College in Galesville Wisconsin He then received his bachelor s degree from University of Wisconsin in 1906 and
  • in the State of Wisconsin Kellman resided in Galesville Wisconsin His son, Norris J. Kellman, would later serve in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Kellman
  • Street in Galesville Wisconsin John Bohrenstedt 1833 1909 was a German immigrant. He was a farmer and stakeholder in the Bank of Galesville It was
  • The John F. Cance House at 807 W. Ridge Ave. in Galesville Wisconsin was built in 1908. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in