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George Wohlhueter Mansion, Fairmont 1972

George Wohlhueter Mansion, Fairmont 1972
Martin Census Information
Estab:  May 23, 1857
Parent Counties:  Faribault, Brown
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WELCOME, a city at the intersection of Manyaska, Fox Lake, and Rolling Green Townships, eight miles west of Fairmont, was named in honor of Alfred M. Welcome, whose farm lay at its southwest side. It was incorporated as a village on May 7, 1890, and separated from the townships on April 24, 1907. It was established in 1880 by the Southern Minnesota Extension Company on land owned by S. L. Campbell at a point called Campbell's Switch; the post office was established in July of 1881 as Lily Creek, but as that name was already in existence, the name was changed in September to Welcome.