Sauk Centre, Minnesota

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Sauk Centre, Minnesota
State Minnesota
County-
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Stearns County, Minnesota
Year founded unknown
Year Incorporated unknown
Country: United States
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Sauk Centre is a city in Stearns County, Minnesota. The population was 3,930 at the 2000 census. It is the birthplace of Sinclair Lewis, a novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, and Sauk Centre served as the inspiration for Gopher Prairie, the fictional setting of Lewis's 1920 novel, Main Street.

Sauk Centre is part of the St. Cloud Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Buildings in Sauk Centre, Minnesota

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Bryant Public Library, 430 Main Street South, Sauk Centre, Minnesota 430430 Main Street S Original Main Street Historic District, Sauk Centre, Minnesota
Sinclair Lewis Boyhood Home, 810 Sinclair Lewis Avenue, Sauk Centre, Minnesota 810810 Sinclair Lewis Avenue


Structures in Sauk Centre, Minnesota

Sites in Sauk Centre, Minnesota

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Minnesota Home School for Girls, Sauk Centre, Minnesota


Tours in Sauk Centre, Minnesota



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