St Louis County, Minnesota 
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I do not live in Minnesota, but have roots deep in her soil.
I will do my best to find resources and answer questions.
I can be reached using this email link: Martha

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St Louis County's Neighbors:
Aitkin, MN, Carltonm MN,
Douglas, WI


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US Post Master Appointments, 1832-1971

US Naturalization Records, 1840 - 1957
These records are for women who married Alien's and lost their Citizenship. When the relationship was terminated, they could apply for Citizenship under an Act passed in 1936.

Canada, Obituary Collection, 1898-2018 [Anc] Updated
There is a website dedicated to Canadian Obits from local papers.
Please use this link.

US Obituaries, American His. Soc. of Germans from Russia,

Online Continuously since 1996
This Site Updated:
3 December 2018
Brief History of St Louis County
Saint Louis County was founded on February 20, 1855, as Doty County, and had its name changed to Newton County on March 3, 1855. It originally consisted of the area east and south of the Saint Louis River, while the area east of the Vermilion River and north of the Saint Louis River was part of Superior County. Superior County was renamed Saint Louis County. Then on March 1, 1856, that Saint Louis County became Lake County, and Newton County was renamed Saint Louis County and had that eastern area added to it; it was also expanded westward by incorporating parts of Itasca County, which then also included most of Carlton County. On May 23, 1857, Saint Louis County took its current shape when Carlton County was formed from parts of Saint Louis and Pine Counties.
Townships in St Louis County
1916 Township Plat Map & Interactive Map of Minnesota

One Minnesota Revolutionary War Hero:
Stephen Taylor
War of 1812
Minnesota in the Civil War
Military data gleaned: Old St Louis Files
Military Museum

Military Records:
Homes for Disabled Veterans1866 > 1938
Registers of Patients at Naval Hospitals, 1812 - 1934
Military Headstone Applications

Military Forts in Minnesota

Military Land Warrants in MN 1854-1863
Military & Minnesota Territory

The St Louis Cemeteries:
Billion Graves & Find~A~Grave

Minnesota Veteran's Grave Registry
USGenWeb Archives - St Louis County
Minnesota Association of Cemeteries

Misc Vitals - Cyberglean Site
U.S., Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection, 1847 - 2015
"Born in St Louis County, MN"
Cemetery Location Lists

Minnesota was home to many people from foreign lands.
This page contains links to Sites that pertain to other Countries

Miscellaneous Links & Lookups
St Louis County Volunteers  [List has been updated]

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"The Fine Print"
St Louis County
Coordinator: Martha A Crosley Graham

Co-State Coordinators: Shirley Cullum & Tim Stowell

Assistant State Coordinator: Karen De Groote
For information about adopting a Minnesota County, please contact Shirley or Tim

All materials, images, sounds and data contained herein are not to be copied or downloaded for purposes of duplication, distribution or publishing without the express written permission of the St Louis County Coordinator. All data will stay with the MNGenWeb Project when and if the Coordinator resigns: Future contributions or donations will be returned to the Submitter upon request. Although believed to be correct as presented, any corrections, changes or additions or invalid links should be brought to the attention of the Webmaster.  

With Thanks to Shirley Solem [1928-2011] and Jan Cortez for their dedication to the MN GenWeb Project