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An American, living at Taylor's Falls, charged twelve dollars for carrying a load from that place to Chisago Lake.Sven Anderson came to Marine Mills in the fall of 1852, bringing with him four cows, which he sold to the settlers.Oscar Roos could claim the honor of having been, probably, the first Swedish settler not only in Chisago county, but in Minnesota. They arrived in Marine, Washington county, in October, 1850. Louis River military road." Roos made his headquarters at Marine, working at timbering and logging until 1860, when he settled at Taylor's Falls, and was appointed postmaster at that place. He was engrossing clerk of the house of repre- sentatives in 1864.He was born in Vestergotland in 1827 and came to America in 1850, locating during the first summer at Rock Island, Illinois, but in the fall coming to Taylor's Falls. During 1851-1852 Roos, with other new- comers, worked on the road which the United States government was then building from Mississippi to Lake Superior and which for quite SWEDISH-AMERICANS OF MINNESOTA 369 a distance is running along the St. In the same year he was elected register of deeds in Chi- sago county, which office he held for eight years. Nord now lives a retired life at the Park Hotel, Center City. He was a member of the house in the sessions of 1865 and in 1875.Of the above mentioned pioneers most have since died, but left the settlement before and moved to other places.Peter Anderson moved to Cambridge, Isanti county ; Peter Berg to Fish Lake, Wiklund to Anoka and Bylund to Kandiyohi county.
The first really good yoke of oxen in the settlement belonged to Daniel Rattig and Peter Shaleen, and they rented them to the farmers for plowing at five dollars a day.
Dahl- hjelm's wife, Ulrika Pfeiff, belonged to the Swedish nobility.
A son of Dahlhjelm, Claes Dahlhjelm, born in Vallerstad, Ostergotland, July 3?
Its dimensions are 116 by 66 feet, ground plan, and the spire is 135 feet in height. He came to America in 1855 and located on Chisago Lake in the north- east quarter of section 32, township 34, range 20. It did not take the help or skill of any blacksmith to manufacture this vehicle, which was a good thing, as there was no such artisan or iron material to be found in the settlement.
This church is an ornament to the town and the state, and would be creditable even to our great cities. The wheels consisted of one single solid block, sawed off a large oak log.