Apple River Country

Founded in 1856 by General Samuel Harriman, the Village of Somerset has a long, rich history that is reflected in Somerset’s small town character and ethnic heritage. The village site chosen by Harriman was in close proximity to the Apple River, which made an ideal location for a lumber mill. The pioneers of Somerset were French-speaking immigrants arriving from the Canadian province of Quebec, who had migrated to the area in search of farmlands.

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