MAINTAINING ULEN TOWNSHIP
- SINCE 1883 -
"A meeting was held on June 7, 1881 at the home of Nels Wiger for the purpose of organizing Ulen Township. Robert Hanson, Elias Rost and Ole Mellum were the election judges and Nels Wiger served as the clerk. One of the concerns of the early township officials was the building of roads. There were no tax funds for this purpose so each able-bodied man was required to work for two days a year building roads. The first road was laid out and built in 1883."
Spanning the Century. The History of Ulen, Minnesota. Published by the Ulen Union.
Beaver Bounty - $25
Gopher Bounty - $4