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The first German settlers appeared in the community in the late 1800's.  The Bukovinian Germans who immigrated at the time, for the most part, remained in the community and their families have formed the root stock of that which remains today.  Edenwold is a proud member of the Saskatchewan German Council.

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Excerpt from the 1981 Edition of "Where Aspens Whisper" history book PDF Print
 QuoteLEdenwold area had been well settled by well-to-do farmers, thus real estate companies saw an opportunity for growth.  On May 13, 1911, The Regina Leader-Post ran an advertisement in big letters, "Edenwold, First Grand Trunk Pacific Townsite between Melville and Regina," urging people to get in on the ground floor white special business opportunities regarding hotels, lumber yards, stores, implement dealerships, livery stables, blacksmith shops, barber shops, banks, and others were still good.QuoteR
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How Did Edenwold Get It's Name? PDF Print
woods of edenWhen Reverend H. Schmieder came to the district of Neu Tulscha (also spelled Neu-Tulcea or New Tulscha) in 1889, the appearance of the region reminded him of the Garden of Eden.   Because of the abundance of aspen groves, Philip Mang, Sr. remarked that it looked more like the "Woods of Eden"; thus the name "Edenwald" was termed.  This name was sent to Ottawa for registration.  There was a slight error made in Ottawa changing the "a" to an "o" and so we became Edenwold.
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