Eau Claire Featured in WPT Series

    New documentary on the history of Eau Claire available online!

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    New Book about Eau Claire

    A History of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Volume 1: The Lumbering Era is now available in the Chippewa Valley Museum store. Written by Eau Claire native and retired historian Brian L. Blakeley, the book covers early settlement through 1906.

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