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At the time, the land was "one of the beauty spots of Southern Minnesota, but of late years has not been cared for and in places the banks have been disfigured by dumping along the shore of the stream," according to the bill's author, Senator Charles F. The park was converted to a state "scenic wayside" in 1937, then transferred to city ownership in 1949.
In the 1930s, Austin Acres was built with funding from the Subsistence Homesteads Division of the Department of the Interior, The Jay C.
In January 1986, some workers crossed the picket lines, leading to riots; the conflict escalated to such a point that the National Guard was called in by governor Rudy Perpich to keep the peace.
The strike received media attention on a national level and a documentary film, American Dream, was made during the ten-month long conflict.