According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.30 square miles (8.55 km Two Harbors is located 20 miles northeast of the city of Duluth.
The infamous four acre plot earned the nickname Whiskey Row, and was said to exist for the sole purpose of "relieving a man from his pay".
The railroad then simply evicted the tenants and moved any of the salvageable buildings inland.
There are several homes in "east" Two Harbors whose original structures were built on Whiskey Row.
Thirty five logging camps were set up within the vicinity, one of these located on Fourth Avenue.
On February 26, 1907, the village reincorporated as the City of Two Harbors.