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Blue Eagle was a settlement founded in the 1870s on what is now the west side of Westbrook, Minnesota, United States.
When the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway ran a spur line from Bingham Lake to Currie in 1899, they negotiated with Blue Eagle for property rights. However, a dispute led to the railroad starting its own settlement, Westbrook, just to the east of Blue Eagle.
Both towns coexisted for many years, but in the 1950s Blue Eagle was annexed into Westbrook as the “Peterson addition”.