Click to learn more about the counties and towns in Southwestern Minnesota where Poles settled:
Lac qui Parle County was founded on March 6, 1871. Poles settled in Nassau and Rosen.
Lincoln County was founded on March 6, 1873. Poles settled in Wilno, Ivanhoe, and Royal Township.
Lyon County was founded on March 6, 1868. Poles settled in Taunton (prior to 1888 was known as Ripon).
McLeod County was founded on March 1, 1856. Poles settled in Silver Lake and Hale Township.
Swift County was founded on February 18, 1870. Poles settled in Holloway and Edison Township.
Drobne Echa Articles about Towns Where Poles Lived in Southwestern Minnesota
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|Installment #||Southwestern MN Town and County||Related Region in Poland||Newsletter|
|3||Silver Lake, McLeod County||Poznan, Galicia||Winter 2003|
|16||Taunton, Lyon County||Poznan||Summer 2009|
|18||Wilno, Lincoln County||Poznan, Silesia, Kashubia, Galicia||Winter 2009|
|20||Wilno, Lincoln County||Poznan, Silesia, Kashubia, Galicia||Summer 2010|