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"History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin, 1914, Past and Present"

Chapter  7  - Townships

by Frank L. Clark

Union Township

(-As transcribed from page 42)

Union Township was first laid out as the town of Randall, but afterward changed to Union.  It has thirty-four square miles, a little less than the regular township, with a population in 1910 of 1,090.  It is bounded ont he north by Chippewa county, on the south by the town of Brunswick (the Chippewa river dividing the two towns), on the east by the city of Eau Claire and on the west by Dunn county..  Truax is a station on the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railway four and one-half miles northwest of Eau Claire.  The Eau Claire county poor farm and asylum is located in this town, which contains many fine farms and farm buildings.

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