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The 91-year-old J. M. Hendrickson Family Homestead in Tacoma belonged to several generations of one family that immigrated from Norway in 1888. The five-acre property — which included the house, garage, barn, site, and historic landscaping — was placed on Tacoma's Register of Historic Places two years ago. On Tuesday, Tacoma City Council adopted a resolution that changes the boundaries of the historic landmark from five acres to approximately 1.4 acres, while still including the historic structures. (IMAGE COURTESY CITY OF TACOMA)

The 91-year-old J. M. Hendrickson Family Homestead in Tacoma belonged to several generations of one family that immigrated from Norway in 1888. The five-acre property — which included the house, garage, barn, site, and historic landscaping — was placed on Tacoma’s Register of Historic Places two years ago. On Tuesday, Tacoma City Council adopted a resolution that changes the boundaries of the historic landmark from five acres to approximately 1.4 acres, while still including the historic structures. (IMAGE COURTESY CITY OF TACOMA)

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