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The city is located adjacent to the Town of Eau Claire in Chippewa County, and near the Town of Altoona in Eau Claire County. The city's population was estimated at 66,886 as of 2017. The city's founding dates back to 1846 when three men settled on a site that would become downtown Eau Claire; all three were from New York state: John Leander Bishop (1812–1892), a Presbyterian minister who had served with General William Henry Harrison during the War of 1812; James M. Goodhue (1814–1902), an attorney from Malone, New York; and George W. Jones (?-?), an editor from Malone who published newspapers for both abolitionists and slaveholders before moving westward after marrying into money made by selling whiskey along with his brother-in-law Daniel Wells Coxe Sr.