Bio: Hanson, Fred (1881)


Surnames: Hanson, Crocker

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 323

FRED HANSON, proprietor of the Galloway House, Eau Claire, is a son of Thomas W. and Minerva (Crocker) Hanson, now residents of Fargo, Dakota. He was born in Calais, Washington Co., Maine, April 7, 1853, and went, with his parents, to Minneapolis, Minn., in 1854, and lived there twelve years; then removed to Red Wing, and in 1874 to Hastings, Minn., and two years later to Mankato, where he remained but three months; then went to Fargo, Dakota, where he remained until he came to Eau Claire. He was clerk in the Galloway House for three months, and since then has been its proprietor.



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