Stewart, MN

Town in McLeod County, MN

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Sponsors of Stewart, MN

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About Stewart, MN

STEWART, a city on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad in section 31, Collins, platted in 1878 and incorporated on May 15, 1888, was named in honor of its founder, Dr. Darwin Adelbert Stewart, a Winona physician. He was born in 1842 in New Hampshire, came to this area in 1878, the same year as the railroad, and helped in its organization. The post office was first called Collins, 1871-79, then changed to Stewart; the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad had a station called Collins in section 17 and one named Stewart in section 31. The city was separated from the township on March 18, 1913.

McLeod County, MN

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Veterans of McLeod County, MN

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