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Brice Prairie, Wisconsin

Summary
Brice Prairie is a census-designated place (CDP) in La Crosse County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,887 at the 2010 census. Brice Prairie is located in the town of Onalaska. Name Brice Prairie is named after pioneer farmers Alexander and Lucy Brice, who settled there in 1855. Alexander was a United States veteran of the War of 1812. Some have referred to Brice Prairie as Brice’s Prairie. Geography Brice Prairie is located in northwestern La Crosse County at (43.939909, -91.310356), on the east bank of the Mississippi River waterway system. It is northwest of the center of the city of Onalaska and north of La Crosse, the county seat. Brice Prairie borders the Mississippi's Lake Onalaska to the southwest and the Black River to the northwest. Halfway Creek empties into Lake Onalaska at the southeastern corner of Brice Prairie. The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, La Crosse District, borders the CDP to the west and north,
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