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Name TADE, Ewing O., Reverend

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Image of D.III.056 - Rev. Tade home

D.III.056 - Rev. Tade home

This was the 2nd home of Congregationalist, Rev. Ewing O. and Amanda Tade. Located in Anacortes in the vicinity of 32nd and H Avenue (Lake Forest Drive, later known as Heart Lake Road). Rev. and Mrs. Tade, along with their children Irving and Elsie, came to Fidalgo Island in 1877 from Boston by way of Cape Horn and California. With him, arrived his close friend Deacon William Hagadorn and family. Rev. Tade purchased 160 acres which he platted to be a "temperance town". On May 26, 1883, the NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE reported Tade had surveyed and platted a town site on his place and is advertising lots for sale" and two years later opened the Alden Academy, for Christian education. The city of

Image of WF 0023 - Hagadorn family

WF 0023 - Hagadorn family

Will Hagadorn family with William Allard team of oxen and wagon for an outting to Bowman's store. This photo published in December 25, 1909 BELLINGHAM HERALD article which stated that Charles F. Mitchell was in the photo, second from the left. Mitchell came to Fidalgo in 1881. He probably worked on the NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE (1882-1886) and he started the island's first daily newspaper, the ANACORTES PROGRESS, in 1889. The May 3, 1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "C. F. Mitchell has sold the ANACORTES PROGRESS to W.H. McEwen." Mitchell was a charter member of the Typographical Union in Seattle. [Note: HERALD article printed this image with Charlie's obituary.] Image taken at the foot of

Image of WF 0025.A,B - Rev. Ewing O. TADE home

WF 0025.A,B - Rev. Ewing O. TADE home

This was the 2nd home of Congregationalist, Rev. Ewing O. and Amanda Tade. Located in Anacortes in the vicinity of 32nd and H Avenue (Lake Forest Drive, later known as Heart Lake Road). Rev. and Mrs. Tade, along with their children Irving and Elsie, came to Fidalgo Island in 1877 from Boston by way of Cape Horn and California. With him, arrived his close friend Deacon William Hagadorn and family. Rev. Tade purchased 160 acres which he platted to be a "temperance town". On May 26, 1883, the NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE reported Tade had surveyed and platted a town site on his place and is advertising lots for sale" and two years later opened the Alden Academy, for Christian education. The city of

Image of WF 0051.A,B,C,D -

WF 0051.A,B,C,D -

Photo of John and Belle Edens farm on Guemes Island showing two homes and at least ten people. They probably include John and Belle Edens family with one or more of John's brothers (Thomas, William, Henry) who also settled on Guemes. John J. Edens, native of Kentucky and a 3 year veteran of the Civil War, took claim on the northeast beach of Guemes in 1871. Edens Brothers lumber business was active for more that 10 years. In 1881 Rev. E. O. Tade married John to Isabelle Eldridge, daughter of Whatcom pioneers Edward and Teresa Eldridge. They had four daughters: Maude, Olive, Annette, and Mary Theresa. Maude Edens Henderson was a contributor of photos to AAHPP. On 10-11-1884, the NORTHWEST ENTE

Image of D.II.082 - Eden Farm 1890

D.II.082 - Eden Farm 1890

Photo of John and Belle Edens farm on Guemes Island showing two homes and at least ten people. They probably include John and Belle Edens family with one or more of John's brothers (Thomas, William, Henry) who also settled on Guemes. John J. Edens, native of Kentucky and a 3 year veteran of the Civil War, took claim on the northeast beach of Guemes in 1871. Edens Brothers lumber business was active for more that 10 years. In 1881 Rev. E. O. Tade married John to Isabelle Eldridge, daughter of Whatcom pioneers Edward and Teresa Eldridge. They had four daughters: Maude, Olive, Annette, and Mary Theresa. Maude Edens Henderson was a contributor of photos to AAHPP. On 10-11-1884. NORTHWEST ENTERPRI

Image of D.II.060 - Hagadorn family

D.II.060 - Hagadorn family

Will Hagadorn family with William Allard team of oxen and wagon for an outing to Bowman's store. This photo published in December 25, 1909 Bellingham Herald article which stated that Charles F. Mitchell was in the photo, second from the left. Mitchell came to Fidalgo in 1881. He probably worked on the NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE (1882-1886) and he started the island's first daily newspaper, the ANACORTES PROGRESS, in 1889. The May 3, 1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "C. F. Mitchell has sold the ANACORTES PROGRESS to W.H. McEwen." Mitchell was a charter member of the Typographical Union in Seattle. [Note: Herald article printed this image with Charlie's obituary.] Image taken at the foot of Commerc