Grand opening celebration of the new U.S. Highway 10 bridge at Durand, 1941.
Pepin County was created by a special act of the Wisconsin Legislature on February 25, 1858; ten years after Wisconsin became a state.
Before that, Pepin was part of Dunn County, and before that, part of Chippewa County. The lands including Pepin County were acquired by the
Federal government by treaty with the Dakota peoples in 1837.
History of the Chippewa Valley, 1891
History of Buffalo and Pepin Counties, 1919
History of Dunn County, 1925