Toivola is an unincorporated community in Toivola Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near Meadowlands at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 5 and County Road 52 (Arkola Road). Sand Creek flows through the community. The Saint Louis River is nearby. References ^ "Toivola, Minnesota".
Toivola Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. At the 2010 census, the population was 170. Toivola is a name Finnish in origin. Saint Louis County Highway 5 (CR 5) serves as a main route in Toivola Township. CR 5 runs north–south through the middle of the township.
The Nygard headstone in the Toivola Cemetery, with an aerial photograph of the old homestead on the left. Photo by Lyssa Hilde of Lyssa Hilde Photography.THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY TOIVOLA – There is something about reaching milestones in one’s life that causes one to look back over your life to see where it is
27-65146 GNISfeature ID. 0665795 Toivola Townshipis a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. At the 2010 census, the population was 170. Toivola is a name Finnish in origin.  Saint Louis County Highway 5(CR 5) serves as a main route in Toivola Township.
Source: "Northland Newsletter"; July 1972; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team. TOIVOLA CEMETERY. Located Toivola, Minnesota, northern St. Louis County, Minnesota. Well kept. Copied June 1972 by Mrs. C. R. Moore, Buhl, Minnesota.
There is no road to it and it is on private land. The only known list of burials was created in 1987 by descendants of the original settlers of Toivola. In 1915 the Township bought 2 acres from John Larva to start the present Toivola Cemetery #83699
Toivola township was incorporated on July 10, 1911. Meadowlands township was organized July 13, 1903. Both were formerly part of Kelsey Township. It was organized because of the fine farm land there. The community is situated on the Whiteface river.
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His interest in Minnesota history led him to the name of George Bonga who was a black Indian fur trader. Digging deeper into George Bonga’s story, Babcock discovered the fascinating lineage of Bonga’s whole family and the many roles they played in Minnesota history.
If you don't see your class's yearbook here, scroll down and check out your individual class year. 1973 Toivola-Meadowlands High School Yearbook. 1972 Toivola-Meadowlands High School Yearbook. 1962 Toivola-Meadowlands High School Yearbook. 1952 Toivola-Meadowlands High School Yearbook.