Historical Markers in
Washington County, Minnesota

114 North Main Street 1884 Upper St. Croix River Log Jam 1965 Easter Sunday Floodwater Crest 226 East Myrtle Street Bicentennial Monument Birthplace of Minnesota Bolles Flour Mill Boom, Then Bust Building a Bridge Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Freight House Civil War Flank Howitzer Connolly Shoe Company Building Controlling A River Of Logs Early Settler's Cabin Geology of Minnesota Historic Marine on St. Croix In Memory of the First Swedish Settlers in Minnesota John Karst Block Lake St. Croix Life at the Boom Lumbermen's Exchange Building Marine Marine Mill Site Minnesota Territory 1849 – 1858 / Washington County Takes Shape Minnesota's First Commercial Sawmill Northern States Power Company Division Offices Powerhouse and Kiln Ribbons of Steel River of Pine Samuel Bloomer Simonet's Furniture and Carpet Company Building Site of the Stillwater High School Smithson Paper Box Company Building Soldiers and Sailors Monument St. Croix Boom Site St. Croix Crossing St. Croix Lumber Mills / Stillwater Manufacturing Company St. Croix National Scenic Riverway Steam Power, Railroads, and the Hersey & Bean Lumber Company Steamboats on the St. Croix Stillwater Veterans Memorial Stillwater-Houlton Interstate Bridge Swedes in Minnesota Tamarack House Technological Revolution The Marine Township Hall The Pineries are Gone The St. Croix River Valley / Welcome to Minnesota The Village of Arcola The Warden's House Veterans Memorial Washington County Courthouse Washington County Public Land Donation Wedge Hill White Pine Treaty William O'Brien State Park World War Memorial