I haven't found this Daniel Eveland (not of my lines) but I have found some circumstantial information.
In 1850, about a year before this Daniel was born, there was another Daniel Eveland (b. abt. 1816 in Canada) living in Wisconsin that is old enough to be your Daniel's father.There is an Abram Eveland (b. abt. 1809 in New Jersey) one person away from Daniel (717 and 719) who has a son named Daniel so I woundn't guess that this is the Nebraska Daniel's father.However, based on Daniel's and Abram's ages and Canadian wives, I would make the guess that they are brothers.In 1850, Daniel is married (wife Clarissa) without children listed.Source: 1850 Federal Census for District No 1 Racine City, Racine County, Wisconsin, Page 68, 677/717 & 719.
It looks like the Evelands moved into Canada between 1809 and 1816 and moved out of Canada between 1832 and 1839, based on the ages of Daniel and Abram and on the ages of Abram's children.The War of 1812 (between the British and the Americans which included battles in Canada) occured in the period when it appears that the Evelands crossed into Canada.The Wisconsin Territory was organized in 1836 from land formerly belonging to Michigan Territory.This event falls within the period when the Evelands moved out of Canada to Wisconsin.
Making a jump based on Abram being born in New Jersey, there is a John Eveland and a Peter Eveland together in 1830 in Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.The ages of the households and children may indicate that John may be Peter's father.Source: Federal Census for 1830.These people may be related to Daniel and Abram, but all of these guesses would have to be researched.However, it would give you some places to look for their relationships.
I would start with 1860 and see if I could find Daniel and Clarissa and see if they have a son Daniel.Also, maybe someone on the Eveland board can help with the connection.There are some postings with Wisconsin ties.