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Burnsville NissanJune 30, 1988 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Dealership located at 14750 Buck Hill Road.
Jul 01, 2020
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Bon Ton women's clothingSeptember 15, 1988 ad for the store located at the Town and Country Square Cliff Road and Highway 13.Jul 01, 2020
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Triple Clean Car WashSeptember 15, 1988 - Minneapolis Tribune ad.

Located at Highway 13 and Cliff Road.
Jul 01, 2020
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George Coakely aqnd Savage baseballGeorge Coakely and Savage baseball is profiled in this June 2020 City of Savage newsletter.Jul 01, 2020
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Dan Patch Newsletter Spring 2020The 52nd issue of the Dan Patch Newsletter:

2020 Dan Patch Days canceled due to pandemic.
Marion W. Savage School to be closed.
Donations.
A photo of Mr. and Mrs. Savage on a boat.
Historical Society has first virtual board meeting.
Jul 01, 2020
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Cornelius O'Cain DeadNovember 21, 1896 - Irish Standard.

Cornelius O'Cain died on the 19th at the residence of his daughter Mrs. W.J. Morrison, 2227 Lyndale Ave, age 90. He has been confined to his bed since the recent death of his wife July 28th... The remains will be interred at Byrnesville.

From his wife's obituary, we learn of their arrival in Burnsville.

Mrs. Cornelious O'Cain's death occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs. C.H. Gaumon, 251 East Island Avenue on July 28. Her age was 73. She was born in County Tyrone, Ireland. In 1851, accompanied by her husband and children she came to America and settled in Perry County, O. where she remained until 1867 when she removed to Byrnesville, Dakota County this state. IN 1882 she came to Minneapolis where she remained until her death. Her husband is still living, but is bedridden and not expected to survive his wife very long. The deceased had 11 children, seven of whom are dead...The remains were taken by Byrnsville for interment

Jun 30, 2020
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Mrs. Cornelius O'Cain diesAugust 15, 1896 Irish Standard:

Mrs. Cornelious O'Cain's death occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs. C.H. Gaumon, 251 East Island Avenue on July 28. Her age was 73. She was born in County Tyrone, Ireland. In 1851, accompanied by her husband and children she came to America and settled in Perry County, O. where she remained until 1867 when she removed to Byrnesville, Dakota County this state. IN 1882 she came to Minneapolis where she remained until her death. Her husband is still living, but is bedridden and not expected to survive his wife very long. The deceased had 11 children, seven of whom are dead...The remains were taken by Byrnsville for interment.

Jun 30, 2020
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City Connection - City of Savage Newsletter May 2020 and profile of George CoakleyCity of Savage newsletter including on page 3 historical feature on Camp Savage.Jun 30, 2020
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City Connection - City of Savage Newsletter June 2020 and profile of George CoakleyJune 2020 City of Savage newsletter including a historical feature on page three remembering the first Dan Patch Days.Jun 30, 2020
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City Connection - City of Savage Newsletter July 2020 and profile of George CoakleyJuly 2020 City of Savage newsletter including a historical profile on page 3 of George Coakley, resident and baseball player.Jun 30, 2020
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Cargill and the MInnesota RiverAugust 4, 1951 Winona Republic Herald profile of Cargill, the Minnesota River and mentions of Savage.Jun 29, 2020
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1857 Census Butler familyThomas age 50
Mary age 40
Mary age 18
Julia age 14
Matilda age 12
Bridget age 8
Jun 29, 2020
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Butler family 1860 censusThomas age 55
Mary age 30
Mary age 19
Julia age 15
Matilda age 13
Bridget age 10
Jun 29, 2020
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Green Giant begins expansionJuly 24, 1960 MInneapolis Tribune:

Green Giant Co, LeSueur, Minnesota has begun a million dollar expansion of its facilities at Savage and Buhl, Idaho...
Jun 29, 2020
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Continental Grain's new elevatorOctober 13, 1960 Minneapolis Tribune photo of Continental Grain, Savage.Jun 29, 2020
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Savage barn burnsFeb. 9, 1959 Minneapolis Tribune:

A $10,000 fire destroyed a utility barn at the Lynnhurst Dairies in Savage Sunday night. Owner was Krist Kristensen.
Jun 29, 2020
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Black Dog Plant isolatedApril 6, 1962 MInneapolis Tribune:

Minnesota River flooding waters were lapping at the edge of the Black Dog Power Generating Plant south of the Twin Cities today, but the 25 Northern States Power Company employees in the plant weren't particularly concerned. They used boats before to get in and out of the plant, which is built to continue operating when the area is completely flooded...
Jun 28, 2020
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Timberland Knolls AcresJune 9, 1963 Minneapolis Tribune:

High on the Riverbluffs overlooking the Twin cities...
Directions: Drive south on new Freeway 35W, go east on #13, half mile to Nicollet Avenue...
Jun 28, 2020
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Gopher HeatingJune 23, 1961 Ad for Gopher Heating Savage, owned by Jim Zilka and Warren Kelley of Burnsville.Jun 28, 2020
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Oil burning at Richards Oil CompanyApril 1, 1963 Minneapolis Tribune:

The sky over Savage, Minnesota was blackened Sunday by smoke billowing upward from one million gallons of oil burning at the Richards Oil Company...
Jun 28, 2020
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Awards for school units top millionAugust 9, 1958 Minneapolis Tribune:

Contracts totaling $1,082,395 for two additions to the Burnsville School on Highway 13, one mile west of Lyndale Avenue, were signed by the school board of District 191...

Jun 28, 2020
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Burnsville Black Dog BravesSeptember 27, 1957 Minneapolis Tribune:

Initially when the high school opened, the teams were identified as the Black Dog Braves.
Jun 28, 2020
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Charges made robbery at Lyn-RoseJuly 25, 1963 MInneapolis Tribune reports:

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehensions said two have been charged with the burglary of the Lyn Rose Dairy and Taproom 144th Street and Lyndale Avenue, Burnsville....
Jun 27, 2020
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Two Burnsville merchants say police inadequateFebruary 5, 1964 Minneapolis Tribune:

At the time of this article, Burnsville paid Dakota County for police protection...
Jun 27, 2020
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Orchard Gardens acts to incorporateDecember 11, 1961 Minneapolis Tribune:

Orchard Gardens, along highway 65, made a plea to incorporate....
Jun 27, 2020
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Burnsville Burns - annexation photosAugust 24, 1961 MInneapolis Tribune:

The pictures were taken at the town hall in Burnsville after folks had heard that Bloomington, their neighbor to the north, had annexed the Black Dog Power Plant and that action had started to annex the remainder of Burnsville...
Jun 27, 2020
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School Board to add memberApril 23, 1958 Minneapolis Tribune:

Voters of the Burnsville Savage school district 191 voted 112 - 40 to add a seventh member to the school board...
Jun 27, 2020
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Minneapolis Gas Company storage tankJune 27, 1961 Minneapolis Tribune:

Minneapolis Gas Company announced completion in Burnsville of what is said to be the world's largest refrigerated propane storage tank...
Jun 27, 2020
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Burnsville ok's first firm siteSeptember 20, 1960 Minneapolis Tribune reports:

The Burnsville Town Board has approved a building permit for the first structure in a proposed 110 acre industrial park on Highway 35 W near the Minnesota River...
Jun 27, 2020
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Burnsville invites 8 big tax payers to lunchSeptember 30, 1965 Minneapolis Tribune:

Burnsville invited its 8 largest taxpayers to lunch today to talk over next year's budget...

Jun 27, 2020
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