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Connections, Reflections and Heritage. Volume III

INDEX OF PROMINENT NAMES AND PLACES

(Note: Only the names of the most prominent citizens are listed; many more are included in the text)
 
Acetylene gas system for municipal lighting, 160-1
Alberg, Mark, 79
Allison, E. W., 437
Almelund bank robbery (1921), 14
Alvin, Everett, Fillmore and Doris, 143, 168, 1913 photo: 112, 198, 230, 272
Alvin, John E., 3, 267, 336, 356, 382
Alvin Lumber Co., 299, 416
American elms, 272, Section 6.9
American Legion Post 85, 82, 144
Anderson, Adolph N. (Ford car dealer; Anderson & Carlson), 1913 ad: 369, 1915 ad: 379, 382, Anderson  Auto Co., 1919 ad: 399, 401, 406-410, obituary: 408, 423
Anderson, Albert and Glen, 130-6
Anderson, Alfred, 357
Anderson, Charlie, 357
Anderson, Charles E., 382
Anderson, Clayton, 3, 77-8, 86, 145, 166, 234, 263, 279, 284, 323, 447
Anderson Drug Co., 1912 ad: 165
Anderson, Ed O., 3, 168, 189
Anderson, George, 238, 284-6, 295
Anderson, Gust, 283
Anderson, H. J., 167, 368, 382
Anderson Meat Market and Grocery, 234
Anderson, Richard, 158
Anderson, Tom, 113, 200
Aney, James P. (Civil War vet.), 30-1, 37
Anoka Sandplain, definition of, Section 7.2
Arbor Day, 267-9
Arlington Hotel in North Branch (1894), 99
Armistice Day in North Branch, 48, 83
Arrow Line electric railroad project, Section 7.7
Artesian water, Section 4.14
Automobile accidents, Section 7.8
Automobile traffic death statistics, 431-2
Avery, Charles and McKeen & Co. meat market, 39, 213, 351
Avery, Horace M. (Civil War vet.) and the Avery family, 33-5, photo: 281
Avery road graders, 1921 ad, 440-1
Babcock Highway Plan, 416, 423, 438-9
Balsam fir trees, locally, 246, 265
Bank of North Branch (1892), 214
Barbed wire fence ad (1897), 259
Barrel stave and hoop factories, 250
Baseball in North Branch, 132, in 1907: 325, 424 (school)
Bede, Elbert (1907), 129
Beggs, W. R., 370
Benson, F. E., 1923 Star and Durant automobile dealer, 396
Bergh, A. S., druggist, 39, 212-3
Bergh Block, 1900 photo: 39, 214, 1894 photo: 215, inside front cover 
Bergh & Hume, 1881 ad: 281, 299
Bergwell, Jonas E., 1891 ad: 12, 39, 105, 213
Berntson, Malthe (WW I vet), 47
Bjorkland, Olaf, 174-5
Black spruce trees, 265-6
Blakeslee, Charlie, 18, 51-9, (photo), 168, 426
Blomquist, J. (1922 Harris painter), 416
Bloom, Herbert, and Bloom Bros. Store (also called Herreid Store and later Leader Store), 109, 230-3 
Blueberry, commercial industry, 236-8
Boehm, John (Civil War vet. of Linwood), 29
Bog, definition of, 115, 281
Bogart, Ben, 130
Booth, Mrs., 1904 millinery store ad, 120
Bostrom, Charles, 393
Bourquin, Charles and Walter, 143
Bourquin, H. G., 105, 1912 store ads: 164-5, 1906 ad: 184, 361, 368, 374, 382
Bourquin, W. A., 1912 justice of the peace, 366
Braff, Casper and family, 70, 172, 1914 picnic photo, home photos (1918): 182, 228-231, 383, 450
Bragg, Carol, 143
Branch Township citizens, list of residents for 1906: 290, elections in 1912: 366, list for 1917: 46, 1913 elections: 370
Brandt, H. L., Gardner and Willys-Knight car dealer, 1922 ad: 395, 397
Bridge Road, 194
Brooker, Henry, 156
Brown, E. M., 256
Brown, John A., 88
Brown, Lee (rural mail carrier) and Lucy, 1911 car and motorcycle photos: 361, auto photo: 375
Brown, S. K., North Branch tailor, 1916 ad, 382
Browning, J. W., 354
Brunswick Road, 88-4.1, 317
Brynildsen, Jac., editor of North Branch  Review, 166
Buckthorn, 274
Budnick, Adam, 125
Bugge, C. A. & Co., general merchants in 1895, 258
Buick automobiles, 359, 367, 1915 ad: 374, 1914 car photo: 383
Bullis, A. M. and Vera, 52, 168, 189, 272, 408 
Burlingame, Anson, 96, 118, 120, 167, 183, 267, 283
Bur oaks, 296-301
Bus line, first commercial passenger bus on Highway No. 1 through North Branch (1921), 394
Byer, Theodore F., Stacy Overland car dealer, 1920 ad: 391
Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area fire in 2000, 240-2
Carlson, Alfred E., 382
Carlson, Manfred, Arnold and Melva, 3, homestead photo: 179, 118, 267, 283, 386, 447
Carlson Brothers & Co., 1915 Harris store ad, 372
Carlson, Frank (Civil War vet. of Spring Lake), 29, 35
Carlson, S. A., harness shop ad (1905), 125
Carter & Co. Meat Market, 1891 ad: 93, 1893 ad: 97, 1892 fire: 213
Cemeteries in North Branch, Section 4.4
Central Garage, 381, 403, 1925 ad: 423, 1926 ad: 425, 1927 ad: 403
Chain Lake, 77, Bath House: 110-1, 149, 1918 picnic photo: 173, lake division: 177, 1908 ice harvesting: 186-7, drought years: 195, 197, 247
Checkerboard Corner and county park, 113, gravel pit, 355
Cheeney, Wilfred, 174
Chevrolet automobiles, 1927 ad: 387, 403
Chisago and Pine Counties Agricultural Society, 110
Chisago County Census, 1980-2000: 20
Chisago County Ditch No. 3, 118-120, 134-140, 190
Chisago County Ditch No. 5, 119-120
Chisago County Ditch No. 7, 120-135, 347
Chisago County ditches, map, 142
Chisago County parks: Fish Lake and Checkerboard, 112-3
Chisago County Poor Farm in 1919, 438
Chisago Lakes Lutheran Church, 1888 fire, 208
Christiansen, Jacob (Civil War vet.), 29, 35
Christmas trees, 265
Civil War, Section 3.12
Clover, Alyce, 30
Clover, B. B., 1913 North Branch assessor, 370
Clover, Daniel (Civil War vet.), 29-33
Clover, John W., 27
Collin, Leonard, agricultural implement and Chevrolet car dealer, Collin & Swanson, 1918 ad and photo: 386-9, Essex and Hudson car dealers, 1926 ad and photo: 400, 1927 ad: 404, International and McCormick-Deering truck dealers, 1928 ad: 412
Colwell, Gardner Bond (Civil War vet.), 29-33
Coopers, barrel makers, 263-4
Congregational Church photo (1911), 361
Corduroy roads, 283, 319, corduroying North Branch / Stacy road: 344
Countryside Trailer Court, 196
Cranberry, commercial industry, 239-240
Crex Meadows Wildlife Management Area, 243-4
Crosby, Mrs. Hank, 254
Dahl, Frank and Eva, 3
Dahl, H. P., 394
Dahlby, E. M., 104, 120, 214
Dahlman, C. E., 229-230
Dahlman, Harry, 220
Dakota Indians, 18
Danewood in 1888 (Danish settlement), 308
Davis, Rev. (of the Congregational Church), 29
DDT promoted for household pests, 189
Dickey, F. N. (Civil War vet.), 29
DeLamater, James, 27-8, 299
Dimmick, F. E., 104
Dodge Brothers automobiles, 1920 ad: 392
Donohue, James, 104
Dort automobiles, 1920 ad, 390
Drews, Adolph, 226, 265
Drews, Hans H., 183, 210, 1894 harness shop photo: 216
Drews, Hugo, 230
Drunken driver arrests, 1925, 399
Durant automobiles, 1923 ad: 396, 1925 ad: 399
Dutch elm disease, Section 6.9
Eastern Minnesota Power Co., Section 4.11
Eddy, Voloro Daniel, (Civil War vet. and Chisago County school superintendent),29-34 
Edelstein, Dave, 437
Edelstein, Samuel E., 374, 380
Edstrom, August, 370
Edstrom, Emil, 144, 260
Edwardson, Robert, 79
Ekstrom, Irma (Magnison), 2, 339
Ekstrom, Nels Magnus, 4
Ekstrom, Theodore, 230
Ellison Post No. 127 (G. A. R.) in North Branch and Harris, 27-31, 41, 82, Section 3.16
Elm, Siberian, 274
Elmgren, C. E., 336, 380
Elmgren’s Grove (present-day Oak Circle), 28, 351
Elmgren, John, 321
E. M. F. automobiles, 1912 ad, 364-5
Enstad, J. B., superintendent of schools and auto owner (1919), 439, 446
Erickson, Charles C. (Civil War vet. of Spring Lake), 29, 32-5
Erickson, Conrad, 51-3, 58, 71
Erickson, Frank, (Civil War vet. of Spring Lake), 35
Erickson, F. W., 227, 382
Erickson, Jacob (Civil War vet. of Spring Lake), 29, 34-5, 
Erickson, John (Civil War vet. of Spring Lake), 35
Erickson & Satterstrom Mercantile store, front cover, 225-7
Essex automobiles, 1926 ad, 400, photo, 401
Euclid Hotel, 222-5
Fagerstrom, O. W., 4, 104-5, 183, 366, 382
Fairbanks family, 24, 297
Falk, John E., 382
Family Theater, 63, 1927 ad; 424, 1930 ads and “talking pictures:” 428
Farmers’ Starch Co., 146 (photo), 352
Farmers’ State Bank, 225-7, 396, inside front cover
Farr, Chandler (Civil War vet.), 29
Farr, Egbert, 183
Feacoskie, “Farmer” Lodge, North Branch wrestler, 223
Fish Lake Lutheran Church, 90, 1886 fire: 208
Fish Lake, swimming: 110-1, ice harvesting: 186-7
Fisk, Swedish name origin, 3
Fisk, C. H., 326
Fisk, Hiram M., 28, 34, 40
Fisk, Jim and Elaine, 187
Fisk Tires, 1918 ad, 388
Fitch, James L., 96
Fitch, John O. (Civil War vet.), 29, 34
Fitch, Ray, 372
Flanders automobiles (see Studebaker), 357, 364-5
Flanders, George, 1881 ad: 94, 1876 ad: 299
Fletcher, W. J., 1912, 368
Flink, John, 4-3.9, 187
Flygare, Charles, 8, 105, 366
Folsom, L. W., 29
Folsom, W. H., 89
Folsom, W. X., 281
Ford automobiles, 356, 363, 1913 ad: 369, 371, 1915 ad: 379, 1919 ad: 389, Model Ts: 406-410, 423
Ford Garage, 1927 photo, 415
Fredin, Louis, 1908 NB restaurant ad, 354
Frestedt, Arvid, 382
Frestedt (or Friested), Nels and Emma, 79, 105, 1905 ad: 130, 374
Fridley, Dr. 1924 dentist, 395, 422
Gardner automobiles, 1922 ad, 395
Gettysberg Address, 82
Golden West Hotel, 1900 photo: 39, 1905+ photo: 214
Goldstrand, Ed and Bruce, 188
Goodrich Tires, 1920 ad. 392
Gould, Harold, 51-3 (photo)
Government Road, Old (1850s) (or Military Road), 317, Section 7.5
Grafstrom, Petrus, 4, shoe store photo, 445
Grahn, North Branch Street Commissioner, 347
Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.)(see Ellison Post), 40-1
Grantsburg / Rush City spur railroad line, 238
Grantsburg sublobe, glacial ice sheet, Section 7.2
Grass Lake, 1936 photo: 171, 197
Great Depression of the 1930s, 76-83, 195, 271
Great Northern Railroad Co., 103-4.3
Grey, M. B., 118
Griggs’ dam at Kost, 193, MAP 12, Appendix
Gurney, H. D., 1875 ad, 236
Gustafson, C. O. F., 287
Gustafson, Eric A., 366, 370
Hall Block, 1910s photo, 214-5
Hakes, Archie and Percy (photo), 112, 230
Hakes, Ira (Civil War vet.), 27-9
Hall, Reuel L. & Co., 213
Hall Thomas Starch Factory, 146 (photo of both factories), 258
Halleen, Jennie, 167
Hals, Carol Jean, 272
Hals, Eldon “Al,” 1914 Boy Scout photo, 172
Hals, E. F. & Co., 147-8, 158, 439, 443
Hals, E. F. Jr. (Bud), 32, 156-8, 186, 291, 386, 447
Hals, Fred Jr, car photo, 359, Harris village treasurer, 366
Hammarberg, Rev. A. G., 34, 382
Hammerstrom, L. M “Matt,” 143, 156, 189 
Hammerstrom & Nelson 1908 grocery store: 221, 230, 399
Hammerstrom, Leonard, 1938 Standard Station photo, 414
Hammerstrom & Swanson, 1915 grocery store ad, 374
Harley-Davidson motorcycles, 1915 ad, 373
Harris potato starch factory, 141
Harris City, Census 1970-2000: 20, 1921 water works: 158, 1888 Ordinance No. 8: 345, 1912 elections, 366
Harris, W. S., 135
Hasselquist, Harry, 393, 402
Hasselquist, John L., Sunrise Maxwell car dealer, 1915 ad, 377-8
Hasselquist, Maynard, car dealer: 174, biography: 402
Havens, Charles E. Jr., 1945 justice of the peace, 111, 189, and Ivy,  386
Havens, Charles Sr., 1906 blacksmith ad: 290
Hawkinson, Andrew (See Hokanson and Hokenson), 249
Herbst, H. H., 230, 380
Herreid, Edwin N. (Spanish American War vet.) 35
Herreid & Erickson mercantile store, 222-5
Herreid, H. O. and store, 39, 211-213, 225, 266
Herreid, Otto W. and store, 167-4.11, 226-5, 382
Highway Garage, 1922 ad, 395
Highways, Federal Highway No. 1 (U. S. 61 and later County 30): 352-3, 363, 421-3, 435-445
Highways, County 14, North Branch / Lindstrom road, 447
Highways, State Highway 95: 445-451
Hinckley fire in 1894, 218-9
Hinckley Volunteer Fire Department in 1893 (photo), 102
Hitching post ordinance (No. 31) in North Branch, 376
Hogsback ridges (eskers), origin of, 315
Hokanson, C. A., 1894 county sheriff, 14
Hokanson (or Hockerson), John A., of Harris, Andrew 27-29, 35-37
Holm, Joe A. 198, 382
Holm, Nels P., 300, MAP 5, Appendix
Holmberg, J. P., 167, 227, 258, 370, 374
Holt, Charles A., judge of probate, 220, president of Merchants State Bank, 227, 283, 343, 379, 382
Holt, Henry, 112 (photo)
Holt, Ray, 147
Homestead Act of 1862, 90-2
Hoop-poles, 210, 263-4
Horton, Alfred, 370- 380
Horton, Byron, 437
Horton, Roy, 230
Horton, T. H., 362-3
Huber, J. H., publisher of the North Branch Review and realtor, 104, 126, 183
Hudson automobiles, 359-360, 1926 ad: 400, 1927 ad: 404
Huenecke, Harland, 303
Hunt, C. W., North Branch contractor, 1893 ad: 97, 1892 ad: 344
Hunt, G. F., 326, Hunt, George, 299
Hunt, G. R., 13
Huntley, B. F. (Civil War vet.), 29
Huntley, E. F., 233
Hurley, John, 283
Ide, Jacob J., (Civil War vet.) 35-8
Imperial automobile ads, 357-365
Indian motorcycles, 361, 372
Indians and fire setting, 200-4
Ingalls, Ephraim, 212
Ingalls, Henry, 88
International trucks, 1928 ad, 412
Interstate Highway 35, 445
Isanti County Census, 1980-2000, 20
Isbell, Frank and Ward, 143, 325
Issacson, J. H., 1918 car photo, 383
Jackson automobiles, 370-1
James, J. O., 382
Jarchow, John, 29, 35-7
Jenkins, J. M., auctioneer and Saxon auto dealer, 368, 376, 380, 384
Johnson, Albin (suspected murderer at Harris), 79-80
Johnson, A. F. (World War I vet. and bank president), 57, 168, 198, 408
Johnson, Edwin E., 189, Skelly Station, 1937 photo, 414
Johnson, Erick (Civil War vet.), 29, 35
Johnson, Gustav, 417
Johnson, James, 71
Johnson, John E., 125
Johnson, Lowell, 86, 447
Johnson, Mans and Bertha, 3
Johnson, Oscar, 230
Johnson, Sam, 382
Jones Meadow, C. D. Jones land along creek, 1914 photo: 112, 172, 287
July 4th Parades in North Branch, 38-9
Karker, Eli S. and Flora, 79, 112, 143, 1911 car photo: 361, 382, 437
Kelly, Edward, 299
Kent, Ned, 104
Kingsland (1890s banker), 213
Kirkland, James, 264
Koch, Theodore F., 120
Kost, 317, Section 7.7, Maps 11 and 12, Appendix, 338
Kost dam and electric power, photo: 166, 1939 photo: 171, floods: 192
Kost, Ferdinand A., Riverside Mills in Sunrise City, 193, 207
Kost Mill at Kost, 317
Kreuger, A. J., 5, 105, 1911 ad: 360, 1913 elections, 370
Lagoo, Ben, 287
Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Co., 90, Section 7.6
Lake types, meandering and non-meandering, 149
Larson, Everett, 77, 141, 295, 443
Larson, George, 234
Larson, Henry (photo), 148, 295
Larson, Mr. & Mrs. Peter, 7
Larson, William, 382
Leach, C. S. (Civil War vet.), 29
Leaf, Dr. Sue, 79
Ledin, C. E., auctioneer, 371
Lindberg, Dr. A. C., 1914 ad: 222, 1912 ad: 366, 368, 382
Lindberg Brothers, 1912 North Branch Ford car dealers: 363, Pontiac dealers, 1927 ad: 405
Lindberg, Paul, sawmill, 280
Lindberg, Peter O., 194
Linehan, J. J. 1893 barber ad, 97
Lindstrom’s Hall, 368
Lindstrom, John, 4, 357, 382
Linner, Hugo, 374, 382, 387
Lodges in North Branch, inside front cover
Long, E. C., Long & Winston, 251-7
Lundeen, C. J., 283
Lusitania, 81
Maaske, Mrs. August, 291-3
MacMurphey, A., mayor and hotel owner, 2, 222-5
Magnison, Alvin (photo), 434
Magnison, Gustav Alfred and Hulda, 357, 381
Magnison, Wilbur, 2, 339
Magnuson, E. G., 167, 227, 380
Magnuson, N. P., 287
Magnuson, Solomon W. 2
Malmquist, Rev. Andrew J. and Signe, 1, 14, 280
Malmquist, Vincent and Hilda, photo: 53, 72-4, 78, 153, 168, 175-6, 1932 Essex car photo: 401, 432-4
Marmon automobile, 414-6
Martenus, G. E. 1893 eave ad, 97
Martin, Charles (Civil War vet.) 35-7 (photo)
Martin, Leonard J., 105, 225, 267, 255, 366-8, 373, 385-6
Martin, Samuel, 89
Martin, Theodore, 222-5, 336, 366, 380, obituary, 386
Mathews, Harvey & Co. Lumber, 1893 ad, 97
Maves, Dr. T. W., 1914 dentist, 222, 368
Maxwell car ad (1915), 377-8
McClure, Samuel, 2, 107
McCormick-Deering trucks, 1928 ad, 412
McCutcheon’s cow pasture (future golf course), 169-170
McCutcheon, E. A., 2, 110, 124, 178, 183, 185, 211, 218-9, 254, 
McCutcheon-Smith Addition, 38, 270-3
McKeen’s Meat Market (1894), 39, 265
McKusick, 2
McLain, David (Civil War vet.) 29
McLaughlin, Dr. Wm., 1912 veterinarian, 368
Memorial Day (or Decoration Day), origins of: 27-31, 40-1, 81-3
Merchants Hotel (or Wilkes Hotel), 1888: 9.8, 1892 ad: 344, 1894 ad: 99 
Merchants State Bank of North Branch, 77, 80, 224-7, 1912 ad: 277, 1950 photo, 445
Methodist Episcopal Church of North Branch, 3
Metz automobiles, 380
Military Bounty Acts, 90
Minnesota, forest cover maps, 246
Minnesota Highway Patrol, 430
Minnesota Highway Road Map for 1923, 442
Minnesota State Seal, 114
Mitchell, S., 1892 livery stable, 344
Mittlestaedt, Ellie, 5
Molds of Sunrise, 27, 167, 192, John G. Mold: 205, Julius Mold: 262
Moose Lake / Cloquet fire in 1918, 228-231
Moraine, definition of, Section 7.2
Mud Lake in North Branch, 77, 149, 177, 186, 190, drought years: 195-7, 247
Murphy, Daniel, 1912 attorney, 267
Murray, F. F. and Mrs., 104, 120, 356
Nelson, Albert, 1911 car dealer, 360, 366
Nelson, August, 357
Nelson, Conrad family, ice harvesting photos (1926), 187-8
Nelson, Emanuel, 382
Nelson, Everett, 77-8, 144
Nelson, Frank E., 122-5
Nelson, John A., 122-5
Nelson, Lloyd and Lucille Koecher, 5
Nelson, Marvin “Swede,” 18, 78
Nelson, Ola and Judith, 265
Nelson, Roger, 96
Nelson, Stan, 80
Nelson, Victor, 1905 general merchant, 125
Nelson, W. C., 1912 confectionery store ad: 165, 222
Nevers Dam, 14, 278-9 (construction photo)
Newdell, Alfred, 3
Nordgren, Elias, 4, 134, 227, 326, 1921 realtor ad: 430
Nordstrom, August, 109, 226, 370, 380
Nordstrom Lumber Co., 1912 ad: 277
North Branch ambulance service, 432-4
North Branch Automobile Club, 1916 list of members and auto owners: 382, in 1919 (member list): 437, 446
North Branch baseball team, 1907: 132, 325
North Branch board sidewalks, 259, 1900 photo: 300
North Branch Censuses: 1960-2005, 20
North Branch Central Park, 1908, 181
North Branch citizens, list for 1917, 45-7
North Branch Coronet Band, 38
North Branch Creamery and icehouse, in 1922: 108, 169, 186-8
North Branch Ditching Co., 120, machine photo, 126-132, 177
North Branch golf course (photo) 110, 296
North Branch Home Guard (1918), 228-231, list of 49 local men, 230
North Branch Improvement Association, 1908, 105
North Branch / Isanti road, 362
North Branch Lake, 197-8
North Branch Machine Shop, 130
North Branch Mercantile Co., 1900 photo:39, 1907 ad: 129, 1908 ad: 180, 209, 1910s photo: 214-5, 231-2, 1900 photo: 258, about the store in 1913: 369, 371
North Branch Milling Co. in 1922, 108, 258
North Branch Motor Co., 1928 ad: 413
North Branch, moving pictures in 1914, 368
North Branch Post Office, 208-9
North Branch School, in 2004-5: 19, 257, in 1927: 424
North Branch – Sunrise Electric Co., 167
North Branch Station in 1869, 90-1, 266
North Branch of the Sunrise River, name and photo: 84, 1900 photo with wooden bridge: 178, tributary streams: 190-1, Bridge Road photo: 194, flooding: Section 4.19, origins of: 315, 1900 photo with wooden bridge and train passing: 194, wooden bridge: 342, 1904 steel bridge across the river (photos): 349-350
North Branch – Sunrise Electric Co., 167
North Branch Telephone Company (photo), 214
North Branch Village, Council minutes for 1895, 183
North Branch Village, Council minutes for May 2, 1908, 336
North Branch Village, Council minutes for May 1, 1915, 380
North Branch Village dumps, Section 4.8
North Branch Village, elections in 1912, 366
North Branch Village, elections in 1913, 370
North Branch Village, elections in 1945, 189
North Branch Village fire fighting and fire department, Sections 4.2 and 4.3
North Branch Village, first electricity, Section 4.11, 371
North Branch Village, Fourth of July celebration, 1894: 38, 1900 photos: 39, in 1904: 220
North Branch Village, historic fires: 1882: 207, 1884: 208-9, 1889: 211-2, 1892: 209, 213-6, 1893: 217, 1914: 222-7, 1930: 231-2, 1937: 233, 1944: 234-5, 1975: 235
North Branch Village, hitching post ordinance in 1915, 376, 380
North Branch Village jail, 1895, 101-4
North Branch Village, kerosene street lamps, 162
North Branch Village (Station), 1888 plat, 98, MAP 3 Appendix
North Branch Village, 1900 photo from Trinity Lutheran Church, 107
North Branch Village, 1900 photo of river and train passing, 178
North Branch Village, 1900 photo of river with horse and wagon passing on wooden bridge, 341
North Branch Village, 1900 photo from railroad water tank, 258
North Branch Village, 1900 photo, Main Street looking eastward from Sixth Ave., 297-8
North Branch Village, 1900 photo, Main Street, two men on board sidewalks in front of barbershop, 300
North Branch Village, 1906 list of residents and businesses, 290
North Branch Village, 1907 photo of steel /concrete bridge across river, 352
North Branch Village, 1912 photo of Elm Street, 272, 367
North Branch Village, 1922+ Elm Street scene (photo), 10
North Branch Village, 1950 photo of 61 / 95 intersection, 445
North Branch Village, Ordinance No. 30, fire limits zone, 1914, 226
North Branch Village, poll tax on area men for 1900: 343, for 1905: 350
North Branch Village, Sanborn-Perris map for 1894: 99, map for 1899: 103
North Branch Village, Sanborn map for 1914, 224
North Branch Village, Sanborn map for 1922, 108, 222
North Branch Village, sewer system, Section 4.9
North Branch Village, temperance vote in 1912, 366
North Branch Village, town hall and fire hall, 1895, 101-4
North Branch Village, traffic ordinance (No. 25) in 1910, 357
North Branch Village, traffic ordinance (No. 45) in 1928, 426-7
North Branch Village, water system, Section 4.10
North Branch Village, water wells (three), 1887, 95
North Branch Village, water troughs in street, 1893, 93
North Branch Volunteer Fire Department, Section 4.3
North Branch Women’s Civic Club, 75, 273
Northern Pacific Railroad Co., 1904 schedule: 104-5, 221, 325, 362, 1915 ad: 372
Northern red oak and northern pin oaks, Section 6.8
Northwest Ordinance of 1787, 307
Nyquist, S. J. of Harris, 96-7, 1895 ad, 180
Oak Hill Cemetery, 29-30, 40, 82, 109
Oakland automobiles, 1916 ad, 385, 1927 ad, 402
Oak Mills sawmill at Almelund (photo), 262
Oak, identification of four types by leaf and acorn, 302
Oak wilt fungus, 303-4
Oberg, C. E., 266, 437
Office of Price Administration, Section 3.13
Ojibwe Indians, 18, 308
Okerblad, E., North Branch photographer, 1915 ad: 374
Okerblad, O., 222
Old Government Road (Military Road), 86-9, 307
Oldsmobile automobiles, 1928 ad: 413
Oleson & Bergwell Hardware, 1902 ad: 117, 1906 ad buggy ad: 288, 1907 coal stove ad: 326 
Oleson, John L., 382
Olson, Elmer and Alfred, 77, 92, 108, 174, 265, 276
Olson, F. G. & Co., 1892, 213
Olson, George C. (World War I vet.), 49-51
Olson, John L, 213
Olson, Sigurd, NB painter, 1922 ad: 416
Olson, Stanley, 169, 174, 393, 423
Orwoll, G. M., 71, 80, 112, 271
Overland automobiles, 1912 ad: 366, 1920 ad: 391, 1923 ad: 398
Pacific Railroad Acts of 1862 and 1864, 90
Palmer, Frank G. (Civil War vet.), 27-31, 41, Palmer family of Harris: 281
Panic of 1857, 40
Paris Green, 13, 39
Paulson, Dr. C. W., mayor and physician, 1922 ad: 395, 1924 ad: 422
Peaceful Valley, origins of, 314
Pearson, Charles D., 1912 attorney, 368
Pearson, Lloyd, Hugo, Ted and family, 262
Peterson, A. R., Ford dealer, 71, 382, 389, 408, 414 (photo), 440-1
Peterson, Andrew, 1893 shoemaker ad, 97
Peterson, C. J., 371
Peterson, C. W., 198
Peterson, Gust, 1892 iceman, 185
Peterson, Swen, 9
Peterson & Toren 1906 store ads: 133, 287
Peterson, Victor J., 122-5
Peterson, Walter, 58, 109,
Pickett, J. C. A., 211
Pile-driven wooden bridges, 277-9
Pine Island, MAP 31, Appendix, 261-2
Pingrey, R. B., 1895 night marshal, and Pingrey, A. B., 183
Pinsonneault, John, 82
Plaza Hotel, 235
Plummer, H. F., 105, 370
Pole tax, 343, 350
Pontiac automobiles, 1927 ads: 402, 405
Post offices, Sunrise, Stark, and North Branch, 90, inside front cover (1927 photo), 227
Poulsen of Rush City, 1882, 253 
Power, C. E., 437
Pratt, F. H. & Co. (Rush City), 1881 ad: 94, 250, 256
Pre-emption Act of 1841, 90-1
Priester, Henry, 213
Public Safety Commission, 43
Quillin, Lem, 38, 211
Railroad comes to North Branch, Section 7.6
Railroad ties, 250-261
Red Cross, 44-7
Redoute, Joseph (Civil War vet.), 35
Rice Lake ice harvesting, 187
Riverwalk Park, 155
Road gravel, discovery of local deposits, 438
Robb, Dr. in North Branch in 1889, 281
Rose Holding Co., 175-6
Rowell, George H., 382
Runyan, Sylvester W. and the Runyan family, 32
Rush, Arley, 382
Rush City Fire Department, 206
Rush City fire of 1908, 221
Rush City / Grantsburg spur line railroad, 238
Rushseba settlement, 85-9
Ryberg, Otto, sawmill, 253
Rystrom, Emma and Tilda, 389
Rystrom, J. A., 167, 227, 287, 382, 374, 389, 437
Sabin, 1892 iceman, 185
Saint Croix Falls dam (1910s photo), 161
Saint Croix River, 1926 ice harvesting photos: 187-8, glacial origins: Section 7.2
Saint Gregory Catholic Church of North Branch, 293
Saint Gregory Cemetery, 109
Saint John Lutheran Church of Weber, 18
Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Co., 255
Samuelson, August, Branch Township supervisor, 370
Sands, Bernard, 71
Satterstrom, Hardy, 1927 photo: 415
Satterstrom, John A., 4, 1912 hardware store ad: 165, 223, 260, 336, Buick salesman: 367, 382, 1914 car photo: 383
Savage, W. D., 254
Saxon automobiles, 1915 ads: 376, and 380, 1916 ad: 384
Schaefer, Gary, 22, 152
Schewe, Greg and Julie, 17
Schmidt, John P., 105, ice business: 186-8, 281, 342, 347
Schmidt, Joseph P. (Civil War vet.), 5, 29-32, 211-2
Schmidt, Phillip, 346
Schoepper, W., 1912 barber, 366
Schoofs, Dr. G. E., 429
Schyttner, P., 230, 367, 450
Sederberg, Charles, 285, 343
Sederberg family, 2
Selective Service Act of 1917, 44
Servin, P. N., 283, 346
Setterquist, Ed, grocery store ad in 1913: 369, 382
Shaleen, John, 27
Shell Oil Company, 415
Shell Station, 1932 photo, 414
Sherman Hotel, 1908 ads, 135, 354
Shingle factories, 249
Shinler, John Jr. (Civil War vet.), 29-30, 34
Shoquist, John, 230, 294
Shoquist, Maurice, 3, 187
Singleton & Bros. Co., ad and fire in1883, 207-9
Sink Hole Road (420th St.) and Sink Hole, 116, 147-9 (photos), 282-3, 295, 347
Smedberg, Lydia, 223
Smith, Frank, 98, 106, 208, A. Smith & Co., 1889 ad: 212, 213-5, 254
Smith, Henry L., 87, 118, 211-2, 283
Smokey Bear, 235-6
Spickler, Charles, 1907 wall paperer ad, 134
Splittstoser Co. in 1922: 108, 1907 ad: 58-4.6, 1902 ad: 183
Splittstoser, E. W., 382, 437
Splittstoser Machine Shop, 1904 ad, 130
Splittstoser, Ferdinand, 38, 1902 ad: 183, 351, 357, 366
Spring Lake Road, 340
Spivak, Frank, Casper and Spiv, Sunrise dam, 166, 326, 374
Stacy, store robbery in 1921, 14
Stacy Village, Census 1970-2000, 20
Stagecoaches, 194, 318-321 (photos), 435
Star automobiles, 1923 ad: 396, 1925 ad: 399
Star Garage (see Wadhams & Co. and Central Garage), 1915 ad: 379, 1916 photo: 381, 1918 ad: 388
Stark, A. O., 359, 419
Stark, Arthur, WW II Rationing Board, 53
Stark brothers of Harris, 260
Stark, Charles Frederick (Civil War vet.), 29, 34, 1876 artesian well ad: 94, swimming resort: 110, logging operations: 259, 
Stark, L. J., president (mayor) of Harris, 345
Stark, Virginia, 17
Starkweather, Samuel H. (Civil War vet.), 27-31, 35-8
Starkweather, Wallace W., 27-8, 34
Steamboats on the St. Croix, 1900 photo, 307
Stenberg, Dr. in 1908, 111
Stenquist, Charles A., 1907 saloon ad, 141
Stepaniak, Robert, school superintendent, 11
Stolberg, Alfred P., attorney and Judge of Harris, 168, 222, 359, 368, 395
Stoothoff, W. E., publisher of the North Branch Review, 226, 363
Strait, Charles F., livery, 222-5, 291-4, 382
Stream, Axel Verner Emanuel, 4
Stream, Henry, 408
Street commissioner, Harris ordinance in 1888: 345, in North Branch: 350
Streeter, Dave, North Branch constable in 1925, 399
Striker, 283
Stromgren, Edward, 53-4.6
Stromquist, Axel M., 382
Stromquist, Charles, North Branch contractor, 1922 ad: 395, 1924 ad: 422
Studebaker automobiles (see Flanders also), 1912 ad, 368
Stutrud, M., 168, 382
Sunrise, 5, Section 7.7 (1908 photos), 1950 plat map: 338, Section 7.5, MAPS 9-14 Appendix 
Sunrise City Roller Mills, 1893 ad: 97, floods: 192
Sunrise dam, electricity and flourmill, 166
Sunrise Hoop Factory (photo), 1910, 263
Surveying of area townships, 85-6
Swamp, definition of, 115, 281
Swanson, Clifford and Irene, 23, 295
Swanson, Doug, 1-2, 5-10, 23-4, 267, 271, 296
Swanson, Herman, agricultural implement and Chevrolet car dealer (see Collin & Swanson), 1918 ad and photo: 387, 400, 412
Swanson, J. J. F., 2, 183, 281, 317, 346
Swanson, Peter A., 2, 23, 109, 366
Swanson, Ted, 2, rural mail carrier photo, 361
Swartout, Dr. (dentist) in 1908, 111
Swenson, Axel H., 62-7.8, 382
Swenson, Dr. Clifford R., 1922 dentist, 395
Swenson, Ed. A., 2, 23, 361, 382
Swenson, Melvin, 189
Swenson, Dr. Roy G., 234, 432-3, 445
Talbot, Dr. Clyde H., 234, 1924 ad: 422, 445
Tallarico, Pat, 81
Tamarack trees, Section 6.6
Temperance, North Branch vote in 1912, 366
Territorial Road, 5-4.1, 88, 321-2
Thomas, Lionel, 112
Thomas & Stuck, 1920 Dort car dealers, 390
Thomas, W. A., 283
Thomas, Dr. A. W., 1922 veterinarian, 395
Thomasson Garage Co., 1915 ad, 372
Thomasson, H., 382
Thompson, Harry, 291-3
Toren (see Peterson & Toren) and family, 260, 287
Tornadoes in the North Branch area: 1906 (photos): 286-290, 1942: 291-4
Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, 109
Trinity Lutheran Church, 18, in 1937: 257, in 1911: 360
Trulson, John, 1
Trulson, Tufve (Civil War vet.), 29, 33
Twin City & Lake Superior Railroad Co., Section 7.7
United Methodist Church, 1918 picnic photo, 173, 298, in 1911: 360
United States Land Office, 321
United States Postal Service and mail routes, Section 7.5
Van Sant, Samuel R. (Civil War vet. and Minnesota Governor), 30-1
Vaughan, Daniel (Civil War vet.), 29
Vaughan, M. V., postmaster, 104
Vaughan, Paul (Civil War vet.), 34
Voss, Henry (Sunrise), 260
Wadhams Brothers (see Star Garage), 1915 car repair ad: 379, 393
Wadhams, Herbert, 382, 437
Wagner motorcycle ads, 1908, 355, 361
Wahlstrom, J. L., Buick salesman: 367, 374, 382, 1914 car photo: 383, 437
Waldhoff, E. G., Jackson car dealer, 1913 ad, 370-1
Waldhoff, Edward W. and Frieda, 80
Warme, K. O., 265
Warner Café, early 1900s, 30-1
Warner, Holger, 55
Warner, I. H., 205
Washington prairie, 88, origins of: 314, 337
Washington town site, 339
Water tank, railroad in 1881: 92, railroad in 1888: 98, railroad in 1922: 108
Weider, Conrad, 1894 harness shop ad, 97
Well drilling ads, middle 1880s, 94-5
Westerman, C. H., 120, 1907 ad for lumber company, 141
Western Land Association of Minnesota, 90, Section 7.6
Wetland Conservation Act of 1991, 139
Wetland, definition of, 115, 281
White pines, and blister rust, Section 6.5
Whippet automobiles, 1928 ad: 411
Wilcox, Charles Jr., 277
Wilcox, Donald, 264-5
Wilcox, John D., 238
Wild River State Park, 204, 243, 296, 301
Wilkes, Benjamin F. (Civil War vet.) and Mrs. Wilkes, 29, 34, 211, 213
Wilkes Block, 93, 96, 210
Wilkes, D. G. (Civil War vet.), 29
Wilkes, Leonard P. (Civil War vet.), 27-9, 34
Willys-Knight automobiles, 1923 ad: 397, 411
Windmills in North Branch, 92-3
Wind turbine, 1881 ad: 94
Winston, B. C., 254, 270
Wolleat, Harry, 263
Wolleat, Henry (Civil War vet.), 29
Women’s Suffrage, 19-20
Works Progress Administration (WPA), 80
Worldviews, 17
World War I, 40-51
World War II, 51-75, list of local veterans: 75
World War II rationing, Section 3.13
Wynkoop, W. H., 1875 Rush City ad, 249
Xcel Energy Co., 16
Young, Gilbert, 213
Youngberg, Mr. (depot agent) & Mrs.Frank, 37, 372
Young Men’s Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.) in 1917, 45
Youngquist, Andrew, 283, 357, 370, 376, 380
Youngquist, Herbert, 55, 376, 382
Zeien, Maurice P., 382, 408
Zeien, Dr. Thomas, 14, 35, 104, 213, 222, 229-230, 360, 1912 card: 368, 382, 1922 ad: 395, 1924 ad: 422, 440
Zimmerman, John (Civil War vet.), 27-8
 

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