HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID
RG4401.AM: Carl Alfred Olson, 1858-1927
Saunders County, Nebraska: Farmer
Size: 1 reel of microfilm containing 2 volumes
Carl Alfred Olson was a farmer in Nebraska and Colorado. He first homesteaded near Mead, Nebraska, but later moved west to Holyoke, Colorado. Afterwards, he came back to Mead. Olson died at Stromsburg, Nebraska in 1927 and is buried in the Stromsburg Cemetery.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
This collection, recorded on one reel of microfilm, is arranged into one series: Day Books, 1869-1911. They consist of mainly brief descriptions of Olson’s daily farming activities. Also included are entries pertaining to weather, moon phases, history, as well as two quarterly examinations of teachers, and a teacher’s monthly report; all from Colorado and dated 1894. Except for the printed matter, the material is written in Swedish. It’s unknown which portion of the Day Books relate to Olson’s Nebraska years.
The volumes were loaned for microfilming in May of 1977.
Agriculture — Nebraska
Farm life — Nebraska — Saunders County
Mead (Nebraska) — History
Olson, Carl Alfred, 1858-1927
Saunders County (Nebraska) — History
Swedes in Nebraska
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