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Kathryn Polak with young Eldon Kohlssitting together on the steps
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Kevin Swanson of BVHS with Eldon Kohls in 2015The Swanson and Kohls farms were adjacent, from County 42 to Crystal Lake shore, aligned approximately with Portland Ave
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Aerial photo of Kohls FarmLocated south of County 42 at Portland Avenue
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Wedding of Eleanor Cederblade and Henry Kohls 1931The Christmas Day wedding 1931 took place at the home of the bride in Lakeville. The Kohl's will reside in Burnsville.
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Rose Grange schoolteacher for District 94 who board with the Kohls family
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Location of Kohls farm inset into satellite photo
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District 94 School located corner of County Road 11 and County Road 42
(see BVHS website overlay for location aerials)
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Kathryn Polakschool teacher who boarded with the Kohls family
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Teachers who boarded with the Kohls FamilyArdess Timm, Kathryn Polak, Rose Grange, Eldon at five years
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William and Whilhelminia KohlsThe Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society featured a story of the Kohl's family in their newsletter.

William Herman Kohls was born June 19,1853 in Germany. His wife, Whilhelminia Hagendorf was born February 26,1856 in Germany.
They were marrjed in 1880 in Woodbury Township, Washington
County, Minnesota. And, they moved to Burnsville in 1900 and settled in section 30 of the township where they had 12 children.
   
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