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Church founded:

1886 (as the Adams Congregation...later changed to Aadalen because this is where a majority of thier members came from in Norway)

Heritage:
Norwegian
Built:
1902
First pastor:
Rev. Omland
Closed:
1965 (Aadalen and St. Olaf merged to form Our Redeemers in Fairdale)
Directions:
Just south of Fairdale on Cty 22.

(Information from page 918 of the 1976 Walsh Heritage book.)

Aadalen