Hazelton Centennial History Book: 1903-2003

Hazelton Centennial Book Committee, Hazelton, North Dakota, 2003, 497 pages, hardcover.


The Hazelton, North Dakota 100th centennial book includes sections for: John I Roop, Founder of Hazelton; Early Years of Hazelton; Businesses Past and Present; Transportation; Aviation; Celebrations; Churches; Cemeteries; Entertainment; Farming; Weather; Organizations; Politics; Post Office; Public Works; School and Education; Sports and Recreations; War; Down Memory Lane; Memories and Interviews.

The Hazelton Family History section from pages 272 to 481 includes these names: Ackerman, Andrus, Appert, Armstrong, Baker, Balliet, Baumiller, Beastrom, Beck, Bender, Benedict, Benson, Benz, Beseler, Bier, Bitz, Braun, Briggle, Brindle, Brogden, Brown, Buchanan, Buck, Burtts, Chase, Clark, Corbin, Dahl, Davenport, David, Davis, Donaldson, Doolittle, Draeger, Eisenbarth, Farrell, Farrey, Finkle, Fisher, Flegel, Fransen, Frederick, Fried, Geier, Geil, Gerber, Germain, Gesellchen, Gimbel, Glum, Goehring, Goughnour, Gregory, Grenz, Grossman, Gutensohn, Halonen, Hanson, Heer, Hegeholz, Heitz, Held, Hettich, Himmerich, Hirvela, Horstmeyer, Hoskins, Huber, Hufferd, Humann, Hurkes, Ibach, Illchen, Jackman, Jahner, Jangula, Johnson, Kalberer, Keller, Kelly, Kertzman, Kiefer, Kiemele, Krieg, Klein, Kocher, Kramer, Krickeberg, Krumm, Kurtz, Landsberger, Larson, Lenhart, Magrum, Maier, Malchert, Mastel, Matthews, Mausehund, McAllister, McCusker, McDonnell, McLeish, Messelt, Moch, Mulske, Nelson, O'Callaghan, Oamek, Ohlhauser, Olauson, Olson, Opp, Orthmeyer, Perras, Perry, Peterson, Pfeifer, Pflugrath, Porter, Purintun, Rambough, Ranschler, Reich, Renz, Redinger, Riedlinger, Robinson, Rooker, Rosendahl, Rott, Rotzien, Rush, Santanen, Saville, Schanlaber, Schatz, Scherr, Schiermeister, Schlittenhart, Schmidt, Seeklander, Shea, Sheffield, Shepherd, Silvernagel, Simpson, Smith, Snyder, Soule, Sparks, Steckler, Steiger, Stirling, Stoller, Stramer, Streyle, Surber, Schwarz, Ternes, Vinje, Voller, Wagner, Wahl, Walker, Wallace, Ward, Weber, Wehlitz, Weiser, Weisz, Wendt, Wentz, Werner, Wescott, Wieloch, Will, Wilson, Wolbaum, Wolff, Wright, Yeater, Zacher, Zirnhelt, Zunkel.

1906 - E.R. Fernie operated a blacksmith shop and was a mechanic and a machinist. The house seen on the left belonged to the Parsons, on the site of the present Byron Humann residence.
Frank Jaskoviak drilled most of the wells before the Apperts came, using horse-powered boring equipment.
1909 - The first delivery of cars in Hazelton.
Breaking sod for flax in 1909. Theodore Mappen.

 


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