Coulee, North Dakota

Coulee, ND

Coulee is a tiny unincorporated town in the far northeast corner of Mountrail county, about 40 miles northwest of Minot.  Our Savior’s Scandinavian Lutheran Church, a few miles west of Coulee, is on the National Register of Historic Places.  Unfortunately, we didn’t find out about it until after our visit.  We’ll get it next time.

Coulee, North Dakota

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Coulee, North Dakota

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This home was once the parsonage of the Coulee Lutheran Parish.

Coulee, North Dakota

Coulee, North Dakota

Sad remains of a former church.

Coulee, North Dakota

Coulee, North Dakota

Coulee, North Dakota

Coulee, North Dakota

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3 Responses to “Coulee, ND”
  1. Ruth Gorham says:

    I used to live in the Lutheran parsonage when I was a little girl. It looked quite a bit nicer then, of course, as that was 50 years ago. I was sad to see that the church wasn’t there any longer. My dad was the minister there when I was little. My name is Ruth Overlund Gorham. Don’t remember any ghosts, other than my brother Tim’s imaginary friends.

  2. Pam Norris says:

    I grew up in Coulee….I need to go take some pics next summer…..

  3. Viki Scheldrup says:

    My mother was born in Coulee (or probably in the country right south of there) in 1908. I would like to speak with anyone who remembers her or any of her siblings or her 1st. husband Bennie Olaf, or her second husband Nels Nielsen. I’m doing a family history and have several blanks to fill in – I didn’t – unfortunately – ask her much about her growing up years.

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