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From scouting stories of local American tribes to cash Magazine's assertion that it was once the simplest position to stay in the US, Eden Prairie has a heritage that instructions cognizance. Few can rival Marie Wittenberg's commitment to telling this tale or fit her intimate wisdom of her hometown's altering panorama, from early sheep barns to trendy megachurches. during this short historical past, she describes how Eden Prairie obtained its identify, visits with pioneer households and issues out the neighborhood locations and demanding moments that formed this loved community's id.

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Farming wasn’t effortless; he had 5 daughters—Mabel, Hazel, Ida, Evelyn and Lucille—and no sons. Grandfather John N. ’s domestic used to be situated on William’s farm. in the course of William’s existence, a part of this domestic used to be moved down into the backyard and used to shop grain. Years later, this development was once moved and hooked up to William’s apartment by way of D. H. M. Eames and used to be the main bedroom in their domestic. James W. Moran was once additionally a farmer and dairyman. within the later 1800s, James and his mom and dad moved to their new domestic at the east finish of Mitchell Lake. James married Alice homosexual White, and so they endured to dwell within the new domestic together with his mom and dad. They have been married in 1900. On each July four, kinfolk accumulated for fireworks at their domestic. James served Eden Prairie as its constable for a time. They have been the oldsters of 3 boys: George W. , Everett L. and James Elmer. George W. married Mabel Tobias. They have been the fogeys of 3 youngsters: Carolyn, George M. and Wallace. Everett married Irene Staring, they usually have been the fogeys of 2 kids, Lyle and Joyce. James Elmer married Ella Redner, and so they have been the oldsters of 7 youngsters: Beulah, James, Arlene, Robert, Judy, Sandy and Russell. NEILL family members Richard Neill and his son, Aaron, have been organizers and lifetime contributors of the Methodist church in Eden Prairie. They settled on land via the seashores of Neill Lake, which used to be named for them. Harry S. Neill used to be a veteran provider at the twenty-seven-mile mail direction because it all started within the Nineties until eventually he retired in 1934. 4 generations of Neills lived in Eden Prairie by the point Harry moved to Minneapolis after his retirement. Chester Neill was once an excellent dentist who practiced in St. Louis Park. Many from Eden Prairie have been sufferers of his. WILLIAM NESBITT domestic William and Martha Nesbitt got here from eire to Canada after which went to Bush Lake and directly to Eden Prairie. They settled at the unique two-hundred-acre home of Robert Anderson. This farm, positioned north of Anderson Lakes freeway, is now a part of the defend. Nesbitt’s former tackle is 8755 Franlo street, almost immediately a course among a number of the condos within the shield. William and Martha’s son, William Walter, married Ellen Jane (Glenn), and so they have been the fogeys of ten teenagers: George, Walter, Irene, Henry, Arthur, Ralph, Stanley, Everett, Hazel and John William. Ralph recalls his grandfather, William, as regularly donning a black best hat. He by no means looked to be outdoors with no it. Ralph and his spouse, Marion, in addition to his brother, Stanley, and his spouse, Irene, offered a part of their farm to the safeguard within the early Nineteen Seventies. They either lived on the look after and labored with the householders’ organization, retaining the pathways, in addition to the swimming pool and tennis courts. Nesbitt Park is termed for them. WALTER NIEDENFUEHR Walter Niedenfuehr’s grandfather, Gottlieb, used to be born in Prussia on October 23, 1830. He got here to the US along with his mom and dad and settled in St. Louis, Missouri, the place he grew to manhood. Years later, he got here to Shakopee and married Bibianna Apfelf. that they had fifteen young children.

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