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Biography of Treadwell Twichell of Mapleton North Dakota

Treadwell Twichell, born on November 19, 1864, in Hastings, Minnesota, was a pioneer of North Dakota, settling in Mapleton at age 15. An influential figure, he owned a 5,200-acre farm in Cass County and was a successful ditch contractor. Twichell held numerous public offices, including state representative, state senator, and sheriff of Cass County. He was also chairman of the Republican Central Committee and served as Speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives. Twichell married Grace B. Dill in 1900, and they had four children.

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Biography of Stevenson Dunlop of Fargo, North Dakota

Stevenson Dunlop, a resident of Fargo, North Dakota, was born July 25, 1858. at Symington Agashire, Scotland. His parents were John and Mary Veronica (Stevenson) Dunlop. Parents immigrated to Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, in 1859, and in 1874 his father came to Dakota and purchased a farm at Mapleton. but never made his home there. Our subject received his elementary education at the Woodstock grammar school and finished at the Agricultural College of Guelph, Canada. He came to Mapleton, North Dakota, in 1876. His father located seventeen sections of railroad land in the same year of which he took charge in

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