: Bruce Koran
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Later, it was dubbed Magnetic City
, because of the magnetic iron ore found there.
Sometime later, as there was actually no “city” to speak of, the name was
changed again. Two stories exist about the naming of Buladean. The first points
to the settlers' Scottish—lrish heritage, wherein the word “Beulah" means
beautiful and “dean” means dune or hills. The second points to the first
postmaster, a Mr. Dean, who had a daughter named Beulah, so the town became
“Buladean.” Located on ...