A probable time axis of Dalstuga's history (1500 - 1894)
A cottage with a covered oven is being built along the pilgrimage route to Nidaros
Gustaf Wasa passes by on his way from Stora Tuna to Hälsingland
Logs found in "Lassasgården" marked 1624
First farm owner Mårten Andersson registered in the land register
Mårten Andersson with brother-in-law Anders Jonsson (1599-1657)
Guesthouse rights to Anders Jonsson
The guest house burns down, 4 cottages, 1 stable with 12 stalls, 1 farm stable, 1 cattle house, 1 feed barn, 1 woodshed
Two farms in the village, the inn and Mårten Andersson's grandson Jon Andersson
Six farms in the village, A Lassas, B Gästgivars (Lindholms), C (Mårséns), D Lisbets (Kullerbackgården) E Peckos F Nygårds
Now a total of eight farms in Dalstuga
Svabensverk mill is built
83 people lived in Dalstuga
1837 – 1855
Major shift 13 properties
Falun-Gävle Railway. Sawmill companies are formed. The guest house is closed.
Gävle-Dala railway ready. Steam saws at Runn and Hosjön
86 people lived in Dalstuga
Amungen-Hosjö flotation association cleans at Dalstuga. The flotation begins, and end in 1962.
Road between Dådran and Bingsjö. Teacher and school established in Dalstuga.
Road between Bingsjö and Dalstuga
Svabensverks mill is closed down
Dalstuga gets a new shop "Mårs Stina"
1880 – 1900
Kopparfors AB buys large parts of the village's forest.
"Peckos Matts Jonsson" outcompete "Mårs Stinas" which is forced to close.
Mail service every Friday. Route from Enviken via Svabensverk.
Midwife; Anna Elisabeth Eriksson