I am looking for the Erik and Brita (Andersdotter) Modin family in the 1910 US Federal Census. They were last seen in 1905 on their property in Neresen Township at the time of the 1905 Minnesota State Census. They were next seen in Big Grass Township of Beltrami County at the time of the 1920 US Federal Census living with their daughter Bertha Elnore and son-in-law Henry Grondahl on Henry's property.
Erik was born 30 Jan 1851 in the village of Risnäset in Strömsund Municipality of Jämtland County, Sweden. He married Britta Andersdotter 04 Mar 1877 in Bredgård, which was close to the city of Strömsund. Erik and Brita had five children: Erik Peter b. 1882, Bengta Louise b. 1886, Brita Marie b. 1888, Bertha Elnore b. 1890, and Anne Eluaia b. 1893. The Modin family left their home in August of 1893 and arrived in Quebec City in September 1893. They entered Minnesota through St. Vincent in November of 1893 and first settled in Nelson Park Township of Marshal County (on property that his cousin, Hans Hansson Holm, owned before Hans Holm moved up to Roseau). The Modin family was reported to have opened the first hotel in Badger, Roseau County in late 1895 or early 1896. The property they settled on was the South half of the NE quarter, and the West half of the SE quarter - both in Section 8, Township 160N, Range 41W (Neresen Township, Roseau County).
So I am looking for their appearance in the 1910 US Census, and any family stories or photos you would be willing to share. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Thad Carlson, Eagan, MN (great-great grandson to Erik Modin).