In "History of the Minnesota Valley"  by Rev. Edward D. Neill, he wrote: ‘... Norwegian Lutheran - Services were held at an early day ... Services were first held in private homes, but afterward in the newly erected school-house of district number 4. ... A cemetery belonging to this organization is located in section 29.’ (page 382).
In the "Compendium of History and Biography of Carver and Hennepin Counties, Minnesota"  edited by Maj. R.I. Holcombe and William H. Bingham, t hey wrote: "A Norwegian Lutheran congregation was organized in what is now the southwestern part of the township ... held services in private homes until the new schoolhouse was built in the central part of section 29, when meetings were held there. The cemetery belonging to the association is located near the schoolhouse." (page 237).