Pierce County - Julie Hines
Office Address: 414 West Main St - PO Box 267 - Ellsworth, WI 54011 
Office hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
715-273-3531 Ext. 6416  Fax: 715-273-6861
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Pierce Register of Deeds Julie Hines 2016About Julie: Julie was elected Pierce County Register of Deeds January 2017.
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About the Register of Deeds office We are staffed with 4 full time employees and are open each day from 8:00am to 5:00pm. We became computerized in 1998 and all our documents can be viewed online from 1998 to present. Documents older than that are filed using the tract index system in our office.
About Pierce County The Pierce County area was explored during the 1670's by Father Louis Hennepin and French traders. The first settlement was made at Prescott, the junction of the St. Croix and Mississippi Rivers, in 1827. The County was created in 1853, and while not generally timbered, logging was carried on in the Rush, Eau Galle, and Kinnickinnic River valleys. By 1855, the county was settled for farming and dairy cattle were introduced. Rich fertile soils with a minimum amount of clearing required made the land ideal for rapid development. Wheat, corn, and oats became the principal field crops. Excellent river transportation provided ready means of moving farm products to market. Ellsworth was established as the county seat and became the initial population center of the county. The original courthouse was built in 1879, the present one in 1905.
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