Savage, Minnesota

What is Savage, Minnesota known for?


conservative based

, represented by John Kline (John Kline (politician)), a Republican (Republican Party (United States)), scoring 2.8% progressive (Progressivism) on a range of issues and 88% conservative based on 2006 United States House of Representatives


title fact

districts in Savage. A portion of Savage is located in the Bloomington School District, but no households are located within this area.


intelligence school

, a Military Intelligence School (MIS) language school, which taught Japanese (Japanese language) to American military personnel. Established in 1942, the school trained with niseis and improved military intelligence of the time. It was later relocated to Fort Snelling and the camp is commemorated at Normandale College's Japanese garden.


omaha

Brandt Williams publisher Minnesota Public Radio date June 21, 2006 Bloomington Ferry Bridge The citizens of Savage reclaimed some of their history in the early 21st century, when it relocated the displaced Savage Depot built in 1880 by the then Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail Road.

, Minnesota Golden Valley , St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Edina, Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota), Savage (Savage, Minnesota), Lakeville (Lakeville, Minnesota) and down to Northfield (Northfield, Minnesota). Along the way, the line connected the Soo Line with the Milwaukee Road, the Omaha Road (Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway), the Chicago Great Western (Chicago Great Western Railway) and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Rock


+Omaha+

Brandt Williams publisher Minnesota Public Radio date June 21, 2006 Bloomington Ferry Bridge The citizens of Savage reclaimed some of their history in the early 21st century, when it relocated the displaced Savage Depot built in 1880 by the then Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail Road.

, Minnesota Golden Valley , St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Edina, Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota), Savage (Savage, Minnesota), Lakeville (Lakeville, Minnesota) and down to Northfield (Northfield, Minnesota). Along the way, the line connected the Soo Line with the Milwaukee Road, the Omaha Road (Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway), the Chicago Great Western (Chicago Great Western Railway) and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Rock


military intelligence

, a Military Intelligence School (MIS) language school, which taught Japanese (Japanese language) to American military personnel. Established in 1942, the school trained with niseis and improved military intelligence of the time. It was later relocated to Fort Snelling and the camp is commemorated at Normandale College's Japanese garden.


breaking+speed

2006 The roughly 17 blocks of the late 19th-century town remain as Savage's downtown along Highway 13 (Minnesota). In 1902, Minneapolis entrepreneur Marion Willis Savage purchased racing horse Dan Patch and trained and raced him at his farm in the limits of Hamilton. Dan Patch's notoriety grew as the horse began breaking speed records and with it the prestige of the town. In 1904 the townspeople renamed the community after Savage with the post office officially confirming.


connection lack

;ref name "savageww2" thumb The towboat J.L. Fleming brings empty grain barges into Port Cargill on the Minnesota River, a tributary of the Mississippi River. (File:Towboat J.L. Fleming.JPG) Savage remained undeveloped in the post-war housing boom, isolated by the Minnesota River and without a direct interstate connection. Lack of available construction materials in the immediate area also prevented development. By the 1980s


Omaha

Brandt Williams publisher Minnesota Public Radio date June 21, 2006 Bloomington Ferry Bridge The citizens of Savage reclaimed some of their history in the early 21st century, when it relocated the displaced Savage Depot built in 1880 by the then Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail Road.

, Minnesota Golden Valley , St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Edina, Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota), Savage (Savage, Minnesota), Lakeville (Lakeville, Minnesota) and down to Northfield (Northfield, Minnesota). Along the way, the line connected the Soo Line with the Milwaukee Road, the Omaha Road (Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway), the Chicago Great Western (Chicago Great Western Railway) and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Rock


big+population

, with the upgrade of Highway 13 (Minnesota State Highway 13) and construction of the Highway 169 (U.S. Route 169 in Minnesota) Bloomington Ferry Bridge in 1996 across the Minnesota River, Savage's population finally boomed as one of the growing exurb cities with low cost greenfield land in the metropolitan area.

Savage, Minnesota

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Minnesota State Highway 13 and County Road 42 (County Road 42 (Minnesota)) are two of the main routes in Savage. Interstate 35W (Interstate 35W (Minnesota)) and U.S. Highway 169 are in close proximity to the city.

The landing point for Irish and Scottish immigrants in 1800, Savage has grown into a developing bedroom community, absorbing population growth from Burnsville (Burnsville, Minnesota), its larger neighbor to the east. Once a shipbuilding port for the U.S. Navy, Savage is now an industrial manufacturing job center in the southern metro. The city is still relatively undeveloped, with sections of the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve (Three Rivers Park District#Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve) within its borders.

Previously named Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) after the city in Ontario, Canada, the town was renamed Savage after Marion Willis Savage who owned and trained the nationally celebrated racing horse Dan Patch.

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