Sartell Dam

Sartell Dam

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caption= Sartell Dam
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crosses= Mississippi River
reservoir= Little Rock Lake
locale=Sartell, Minnesota, USA
maint= Verso Paper
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began= 1907
open= 1911
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The Sartell Dam is a dam across the Mississippi River in Sartell, Minnesota in the United States. The dam generates hydroelectric power for the adjoining Sartell Paper Mill. The dam is referred to as the Champion Dam in official documentation.Fact|date=October 2007

Construction of the structure was begun by the Watab Pulp and Paper Company in 1907 and finished in 1911. Seven workers died during construction, most from drowning as a result of washouts on the site's cofferdam. A cave-in on the dam's west end also killed the son of the project's foreman. [cite book | last = | first = | authorlink = | coauthors = | title = History of Sartell, MN: Lumber, Paper, Valves, and Progress| publisher = City of Sartell|date=2006 | location = | pages = | url =]

The dam was constructed of wooden planks, local granite, and field stones as well as 25,000 barrels concrete.

Between 1960 and 1964, the dam was rebuilt by the St. Regis Corporation which had purchased the adjoining paper mill in 1946. The mill and dam are currently owned by Verso Paper.

Construction of the dam resulted in the formation of Little Rock Lake approximately five miles (8 km) upriver. The dam itself is 20 feet tall.

References

External links

* [http://www.versopaper.com/about/ViewMillLocation.asp?id=30 Verso Paper Sartell Mill]


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