Stockholm is a town in Pepin County, Wisconsin, United States. The populace was 75 at the 2000 registration. The Village of Stockholm is situated inside the town.In 1854, this site at the foot of the Mississippi feigns was the goal of in excess of 200 displaced people from the devastated town of Bjurtjärn, in Värmland, Sweden. The territory was overviewed and a plat lay out for a group the Swedish worker pioneers called Stockholm, an indistinguishable name from the capital of Sweden.
Early ventures included angling and clamming. Business angle gave a huge number of barrels of Lake Pepin angle for the eastern markets. Clamming gave the crude material to catch production lines. Twenty years of gathering reduced the supply, flagging the finish of this business. The ice business started when the Burlington Railroad was finished through Stockholm. It was the main place on Lake Pepin where ice was transported to the expansive urban communities.