Eau Claire's 150th Sesquicentennial Birthday
After a century and a half, we gather where the rivers meet to celebrate our city’s heritage.
1934 book received positive review in New York Times
a century ago, students learned their dots and dashes in Eau Claire
A meteor lit up Eau Claire in 1908. But where did it go?
Hollywood once picked Eau Claire’s State Theatre for a film premiere
during World War II, prisoners of war worked at Eau Claire canning plant
well-dressed wooden gent helped sell cigars for decades
Eau Claire native appeared in films, on Broadway
Eau Claire company made key component of WWII tanks – and Christmas tree stands
a juicy tale of a missing phonograph maker, a burned body, and a lot of insurance money
get revved up with these photos from the Chippewa Valley Museum
tuning in to the nearly century-long history and radio and TV in E.C.
historian Brian Blakeley publishes third volume of city’s story
Saturday, March 19, is Eau Claire’s big birthday
A timeline of Eau Claire history for the past 150+ years
It’s not as clear as the story you’ve heard
Why March 19 is Eau Claire’s official birthday
tree on UW-Eau Claire had historical, cultural significance
the reason it’s called ‘Sawdust City’
From a one-building college for teachers, the university has become vital to city’s success
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