ⓘ Hawley, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Hawley, Minnesota

Hawley is a town in Clay County, Minnesota, United States, along the Buffalo River. The population was 2.067 at the 2010 census. The town went through six quick name changes after 1871 until, in 1872, it was finally named after Thomas Hawley Canfield, an officer in the Northern Pacific Railway, which laid out the town. General Custer visited the town in 1876. In 2007, the town started an ad campaign called "Hawley Would". The campaign focuses on both the small-town atmosphere of Hawley and its proximity to the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area, Hawley is 22 miles from downtown Fargo.

Hawley was at the time inhabited by a colony of immigrants from Yeovil, Somerset, was among them Elizabeth chant, later to become an artist in Minneapolis.

                                     
  • Hawley Township is a township in Clay County, Minnesota United States. The population was 459 at the 2000 census. According to the United States Census
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