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WISCONSIN

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La Crosse County
Genealogical Research
QUERIES This page is where you can post a query asking for help in locating your La Crosse County ancestors.    You can also read and respond to queries posted by other La Crosse County researchers as well as use the GenConnect Surname Helper to locate other surnames being researched in the county.   
ARCHIVES The USGenWeb Archive Project contains articles, biographies, obituaries, personal stories on early residents of La Crosse County.    Perhaps you might find an ancestor.    Here you will also find how you can submit a piece of your own family history.
WILACROS-L You are invited to join the La Crosse County Mailing List.    There are two versions, the regular List and the Digest (several mailings in one eMail).    Here you can gain or share some La Crosse County research information.

To subscribe, please eMail:
WILACROS-L-request@rootsweb.com
for individual mailings or

WILACROS-D-request@rootsweb.com
for Digest mode.

You will receive instructions on how to post to the list, etc..

HELPFUL LINKS This page consolidates additional known links that could be helpful to researchers of La Crosse County ancestors.   
NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Trempealeau County, WI - to the north.
Jackson County, WI - to the north.
Monroe County, WI - to the east.
Vernon County, WI - to the south.
Winona County, MN - to the west.
Houston County, MN - to the west.
USGENWEB
PROJECT
Click here to find out more about this incredible volunteer organization.    There is a brief story of how it started.    Here also are links to the World, US and Wisconsin organizational levels.    Each will have information on how you too can join the ranks of some great "people helping people" volunteers.

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The WIGenWeb Project logo was created by Marc J. Pennau
La Crosse County Coordinator: Linda Dillon
Last updated April 28, 2002
Copyright 1999, 2000
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