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Albert N. Carlblom

Albert N. Carlblom (1865–1920) was a North Dakota (United States) public servant and politician with the Republican Party who served as the North Dakota State Auditor from 1899 to 1902.[1]

Albert Carlblom was born in Cokato, Minn. to a family of Swedish Lutheran immigrants. He was the son of John G. and Elizabeth Anderson Carlblom and graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in 1886.[2] Following several years of teaching and terms of public office in Sargent County, North Dakota, he married Josephine Peterson in 1898.[2][3] A year later he became North Dakota State Auditor. After serving two terms as State Auditor, he did not seek re-election to the office in 1902. Instead he chose to return to the prairie and operate the first building constructed in Gwinner, North Dakota.[4] In 1920 he died at a hospital in Breckenridge from injuries incurred from a cyclone.[4] He had three children: Vera Lenore Carlblom, Edna Carlblom Howell, and Albert N. Carlblom.[3]

External links

The Correspondence and Other Papers of Albert N. Carlblom are available for research use at the Gustavus Adolphus College and Lutheran Church Archives.


  1. ^ North Dakota Blue Book, 2005
  2. ^ a b Compendium and History of North Dakota. 1900. Page 179. Print.
  3. ^ a b Lounsberry, Clement Augustus. North Dakota History and People: Outlines of American History. Vol. 2. North Dakota: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1917. Electronic.
  4. ^ a b Howell, Edna. “I remember Mama.” May 1987. Print.
Preceded by
Nathan B. Hannum
North Dakota State Auditor
Succeeded by
Herbert L. Holmes

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