The date beside the name is the year they came to the county.
William Berges, Farmer, 1871.
F. W. Brunkow, Farmer, 1883.
R. H. Brunkow, Farmer, 1874.
J. J. Brunner, Farmer, 1870.
August Buchhole, Farmer, 1865.
Steve Conden, Flour and Feed Mill, Onaga City.
F. F. Crevecouf, Farmer, 1870.
O. W. Grover, Farmer, 1861.
Herman Hartwick Jr., Farmer, 1874.
H. Hetzler, Farmer, 1886.
William Honig, Farmer, 1872.
Paul Jeanneret, Farmer, 1877.
Charles W. Kolterman, Farmer, 1869.
Ed. Kolterman, Farmer, 1867.
C. F. Kuehl, Farmer, 1868.
Adolph Lindeman, Farmer, 1866.
G. W. Regar, Farmer, 1865.
E. F. Richardson, Physician & Surgeon, Onaga City.
Phil Schwarz, Stock Raiser, Onaga City, 1870.
Lynn Swartzt Co., ( W. H. McGowen, Manger ), GEneral Merchandies, Onaga City.
August Tessendorf, Farmer, 1890.
A. F. Wegner, Farmer, 1868.
George Young, Farmer, 1891.
Charles Zabel, Farmer, 1882.
Onaga, one of the incorporated cities of Pottawatomie county, is located in the northeastern part of the county at the junction of two lines of the Union Pacific R. R. and on the Vermillion river, 20 miles from Westmoreland, the county seat. It has 2 banks, a weekly news paper (the Herald), and is a shipping point for grain, live stock, fruits and produce. The population in 1910 was 800. There are express and telegraph offices and an international money order post office with five rural routes. The town was first platted in 1877 by Paul F. Havens, the president of the railroad. An addition was made to it in 1878. There v/ere only two families on the town site at that time . Amos E. Langdon and J. B. Hubbell.