Nathan Myrick (July 7, 1822 in Westport, New York - June 4, 1903 in St. Paul, Minnesota) founded La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1841. Myrick was in the fur trade in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin before traveling north to establish a fur trading post in what is now La Crosse. In 1849, he moved to St. Paul, Minnesota to establish more fur trading posts. He was a brother of Andrew Myrick.
- La Crosse Chronicle, (La Crosse, Wisconsin), Nathan Myrick Founder of City Is Dead, June 4, 1903. Courtesy of the La Crosse, Wisconsin Public Library Archives.
- Myrick Nathan, Wisconsin Historical Dictionary
- Benjamin F Bryant Memoirs of La Crosse County
- Articles about Nathan Myrick, Wisconsin State Historical Society
- The Lumbering Industry of La Crosse, Wisconsin 1841–1905, Selma Sather Casberg, University of Wisconsin–La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1953
- Nathan Myrick, 1822 - 1903
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