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Maximum extent of the Laurentide ice sheet, from John W. Attig. Taylor county's terrain was shaped chiefly by glaciers.

About Taylor County, WI

Taylor County is a county in the U.S. state of Wisconsin . As of 2010, the population was 20,689. Its county seat is Medford .

The earliest recorded event in Taylor county probably occurred in 1661, when Wisconsin was part of New France . A band of Huron Indians from eastern Ontario had fled the Iroquois and taken refuge near the headwaters of the Black River , probably around Lake Chelsea in the northeast part of the county. Father René Menard , a French Jesuit priest who had travelled up the Great Lakes as far as Keweenaw Bay in upper Michigan , heard that these Hurons were starving. He decided to try to reach them to baptize them, despite his own weak health and scant supplies. In mid-summer he and a French fur trader set out, following rivers and streams in birchbark canoes down into Wisconsin. Finally, a day's journey from the Huron camp, Father Menard separated from his travelling companion at a rapids to carry some supplies. He was never seen again. The place where he disappeared is believed to be the dells of the Big Rib River , below Goodrich in the southeast corner of Taylor county. On June 8, 1847, before any settlers or loggers, a team of surveyors entered the county southwest of Medford, where County E now enters from Clark County. They...

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