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Itasca County, Minnesota

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Itasca County was first formed in 1849, upon the creation of the Minnesota Territory. The county is named after Lake Itasca, which is in turn a shortened version of the Latin words veritas caput, meaning 'truth' and 'head', a reference to the source of the Mississippi River. Portions of the Bois Forte and Leech Lake Indian reservations are in the county.

Adjacent Counties

Cities

  • Bigfork
  • Bovey
  • Calumet
  • Cohasset
  • Coleraine
  • Deer River
  • Effie
  • Grand Rapids (County Seat)
  • Keewatin
  • La Prairie
  • Marble
  • Nashwauk
  • Squaw Lake
  • Taconite
  • Warba
  • Zemple

Other Townships & Communities: Alvwood, Arbo, Ardenhurst, Balsam, Ball Club, Bass Lake, Bear River, Bearville, Bergville, Blackberry, Bowstring, Carpenter, Dora Lake, Dunbar, Feeley, Good Hope, Goodland, Grattan, Greenway, Gunn, Harris, Houpt, Iron Range, Jessie Lake, Kinghurst, Lake Jessie, Lawrence, Liberty, Little Sand Lake, Lone Pine, Mack, Marcell, Martin, Max, Moose Park, Morse, Nore, Northeast Itasca, Orth, Oteneagan, Pengilly, Pomroy, Rosy, Sago, Sand Lake, Spang, Splithand, Spring Lake, Stokes, Suomi, Swan River, Talmoon, Third River, Togo, Trout Lake, Wabana, Wawina, Wildwood and Wirt

Links

Wikipedia

Chippewa National Forest (part)

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places (part)

Itasca County Historical Society

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