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Dr. Eugene KuzGrave marker for Dr. Eugene Kuz, Savage's first doctor buried St. John the Baptist, Burnsville.
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Dr. Yee (Dentist) 24 years in SavageThe Savage Review, December, 1984 - Del Stelling interviews Savage dentist Ronald Yee. a part of the community for 24 years.
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Dr. Yee, Savage's first dentistThe 1960s brought a dentist office to downtown Savage.
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Dan Patch Memorial Whiskey BottleDan Patch Memorial Whiskey bottle, available at the Dan Patch Liquor Store in Savage.
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Egan's picnic grounds - Hidden ValleyJune 9, 1940 ad for Frank Egan's picnic grounds, now known as Hidden Valley Park.
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All Saints LakevilleAn early All Saints Catholic Church in Lakeville serving some Burnsville Catholics living near Orchard Gardens.
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Early Savage Baseball teamEarly Savage Baseball team: (based on article in the Savage Review, October, 1987). The baseball team that represented the town of Savage during the early decades of this century included: George Coakley (standing second from the right in the back row.) Other team members (not in order) were Fred Coakley, Tom Duffy, Tom Fahey, Mark McDonald, George Allen, Ernie Sanderson and Mike Zeller, plus a couple unidentified players. George Coakley was born April 24, 1892 in Savage.
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Earl and Dorothy's SavageWith it's log cabin look, the bar in downtown Savage is now known as the Buffalo Tap.
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Downtown Savage 1914This photo was found on e-bay labeled as Savage Minnesota, and as a postcard mailed by a Hayes. The one building looks very much like other photos of the former Berrisford Store, which is now the Razors Edge Barbershop.

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Ed Allen dies 1986 Life long Savage resident died at the age of 63. He and his brothers owned and operated Allen's Garage and Ambulance Service.
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Ed Garvey store interiorOnce the Berrisford Store in Burnsville, after being moved to Savage it was owned by Ed Garvey. From left to right - George Allen Sr., Ed Garvey and Jim Heinz. Today the store is the Razors Edge Barbershop.
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Dan Patch deadJuly 12, 1916 Minneapolis Star Tribune: Dan Patch dead.
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Nathan KlineThe father of Hamilton/Savage and Burnsville's early mail carrier Charles Kline.
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Catherine KlineThe mother of Hamilton/Savage/Burnsville's early mail carrier Charles Kline.
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Edward Allen dies Feb 1, 1976Ed Allen, entered business with his father, who operated the George Allen Garage in Savage, one of the oldest Dodge dealerships in the State. He retired from business in 1973.
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Edward O'Brien tax receiptThe Edward and Elizabeth O'Brien family farmed in Glendale/Savage. Helen Lannon was their daughter.
This is a tax receipt for payment in Scott County 1894.
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Ed Allen dies 1976Edward Allen prominent Savage businessman until his retirement in 1973 died February, 1976. He as the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen. After completing school he entered business with his father, who operated George Allen Garage in Savage... He and his brothers operated the Ambulance service...
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Hidden Valley Picnic GroundsPerhaps Savage's first "organized" park, still available in 2017. It is located at 5000 W 132nd St; Savage.
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Hamilton and Glendale elected officials 1897Published March 18, 1897 Shakopee Argus, those elected in Hamilton and Glendale, both of which are now Savage, MN.
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Glendale and Hamilton Elected Officials 1898May 10, 1898 Shakopee Argus lists the elected officials of Glendale and Hamilton.
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Hamilton election results 1894March 15, 1894 Shakopee Argus - results of the recent election.
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M. L. McLaughlin Candidate for Village president 1899March 2, 1899 - M. L. McLaughlin's statement for running for Village President of Hamilton.
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Elizabeth Nixon dies 1897September 2, 1897 - Shakopee Argus

The death of Elizabeth Nixon, age 68, village of Hamilton...
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Elm tree in Savage designated historic 1973July 9, 1973 Dakota County Tribune

The Varey family sand beneath the elm tree in their front yard which was recently made a historic elm.
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The site of the Mark Egan gas station, now El LoroThe El Loro stands on the site of the Mark Egan Gas Station in Savage. El Loro - Mexican grill turning out classic dishes along with sizable margaritas in an upbeat, casual setting. Address: 4749 E Hwy 13.
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El Loro Mexican food 2017The El Loro stands on the site of the Mark Egan Gas Station in Savage.
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Downtown SavageThis street is now Ottawa Avenue in Downtown Savage.
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Full view of the Savage City Hall and Police Station 2017In addition to city offices and the police station, the Chamber of Commerce is housed in this building.
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Dan Patch Electric Line profile and Savage BridgeMay 18, 1913 Minneapolis Star Tribune - Complete article on the Dan Patch Electric Line including a profile of the Savage Bridge.
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Cargill, Savage2020 Cargill, Savage.
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