The St. Croix Falls Historical Society
The St. Croix Falls Historical Society was founded on April 29, 1986. One of its proudest accomplishments was purchasing the Baker Building at 106th South Washington Street and restoring it to its 1882 image. The Baker Building was originally built as a real estate office for the Cushing Land Agency. In 2005, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the State Register. The St. Croix Falls Historical Society offers history-oriented programs at its quarterly meetings and publishes, “The Antiquarian, a quarterly newsletter relating to local history.
The mission of the St Croix Falls Historical Society is to seek, collect, record, preserve, and display historical artifacts and information pertaining to St. Croix Falls and to educate those that are interested in our area’s past.
Become a Volunteer
We are fully volunteer-based and therefore are supported by the community members and people like yourself!
- We are looking for much needed volunteers to help us preserve our historical archives.
- Consider contributing an article about St Croix Falls history to our quarterly newsletter, “The Antiquarian”.
- If you or someone you know has historic knowledge or stories about the life and times in St. Croix Falls, we’d love to hear from you.
- We could always use the help of volunteers to help us maintain the historic Baker Building.