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Crosby Funeral Homes

  • This serpent, on the edge of Serpent Lake, welcomes visitors to Crosby, Minnesota


    Crosby is also known as: Crow Wing County / Crosby city.

    Crosby contains: Portsmouth Mine Pit Lake, Soo Line Depot, and Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally-Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks.

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  • Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Tye Olson (actor and model), and Anthony Bonsante (professional boxer).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Crosby-Ironton Courier.

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  • History

    Crosby is adjacent to its twin city of Ironton. It is one of the cities in the Cuyuna Range. This was a town that was built for the sole purpose of mining. It was plotted out and planned to make sure that it was not on top of any iron ore. In the 1932 local elections, the voters of Crosby elected Karl Emil Nygard as President of the Village Council and thus became the first city in the United States to have a Communist mayor. Crosby was the location of the worst mining disaster in Minnesota, the Milford Mine disaster. On February 5, 1924, a new tunnel was blasted too close to nearby Foley Lake, and water rushed in, killing 41 miners. In August 1957, Dr. David Simons, a 35-year-old Air Force major, climbed to nearly 102,000 feet (31,000 m) above the Earth as part of Project Manhigh. The flight, which was launched from the 400-foot-deep (120 m) Portsmouth Mine Pit Lake in Crosby, helped the country take its fledgling steps into space exploration. Simons returned to Crosby in 2007 to mark the anniversary of the Man High...

    There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of Crosby, Minnesota.

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Koop Funeral Home
32 E Main St Send flowers
Crosby, MN 56441