Tag Archives: Fitch Coulee School

Fitch Coulee School Students

Among the photos Carol mailed me, there were two of Fitch Coulee School students. Very likely all ten Borreson siblings attended Fitch Coulee School, so there are likely more group photos like these two. I think I have one including my father Garven. … Continue reading

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Fitch Coulee School Photo

Wishing I had a good photo of the Fitch Coulee School didn’t get me one, so here comes Plan B, or maybe C. The photo below is taken from a corner of one with Grandfather Emil Borreson chopping wood on a … Continue reading

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Emil the Woodworker

Emil Borreson (born 1872) was a farmer first of all, from the days of his youth into the 1940s when he began renting his farm to sons who wanted a start in the farming business. We’ve seen how he appreciated the … Continue reading

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