Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Riverine Archaic; Woodland and (Multicomponent);Oneota dating back to 1999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these Wabasha County historic places including Patrick Henry Rahilly, Lucas Kuehn and B.S. Hurd.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Wabasha County places including J.M. Evans, Omaha Structural Steel Bridge Co., Hugh Lincoln Cooper, Arthur R. Nichols, E. Alexander, John Stout, Cass Gilbert, Robert White, Daniel C. Hill and Works Project Administration. Prominent architectural styles found in Wabasha Country are Italianate, Classical Revival and Gothic Revival.