Warman, Minnesota facts for kids
|Elevation||1,161 ft (354 m)|
|Time zone||Central (CST) (UTC-6)|
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The community is located north of Mora, near the junction of State Highway 65 (MN 65) and Kanabec County Roads 24 and 25.
Snowshoe Brook flows through the community. Warman is located within ZIP code 55051 based in Mora.
Warman, located in sections 5 and 6 of Peace Township, was named in honor of S. M. Warman, a granite quarry owner who was killed by the fall of a derrick. According to author and geologist Warren Upham, Warman opened a granite quarry in 1907, and on July 18 of that year, he and his wife, Sarah J. Warman, platted a community named Warman Creek on the west side of what now is State Highway 65, while N. C. Pike of Pike–Horning Granite Company, on July 23, 1907, platted a community on the east side of the roadway calling it East Mora. Eventually, these two small, competing communities merged to form the unincorporated community of Warman. A post office operated from 1907 until 1920.
- Rand McNally Road Atlas – 2007 edition – Minnesota entry
- Official State of Minnesota Highway Map – 2013/2014 edition
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