Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Mississippian and Native American dating back to 500.
Many famous people are associated with these Goodhue County historic places including Dr. Charles N. Hewitt, Lewis Garrard, James L. Lawther, Dr. Just Christian Gronvold, Martin T. Gunderson and Dr. Orrin I. Hall.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Goodhue County places including George G. Elmslie, Louis P. Wolff, William P. Glardon, W.B. Dunnell, William G. Purcell, Magney, Tusler, and Setter, Charles E. Johnson, Oliver Landick, John I. Stene and Christopher Doner. Prominent architectural styles found in Goodhue Country are Italianate, Queen Anne and Romanesque.
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