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Kidder County, North Dakota

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The Dakota Territory legislature created the county on January 4, 1873 and was named for Jefferson Parrish Kidder, a delegate to the United States Congress from Dakota Territory (1875–1879) and associate justice of the territorial supreme court (1865-1875, 1879-1883). The county government was effected on March 22, 1881.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Townships & Communities

Allen | Atwood | Baker | Buckeye | Bunker | Chestina | Clear Lake | Crown Hill | Crystal Springs | Dawson | Excelsior | Frettim | Graf | Haynes | Kickapoo | Ladoga | Lake Williams | Liberty | North Manning | North Merkel | Northwest | Peace | Petersville | Pettibone | Pleasant Hill | Quinby | Rexine | Robinson | Sibley | South Manning | South Merkel | Steele (County Seat) | Stewart | Tanner | Tappen | Tuttle | Valley | Vernon | Wallace | Weiser | Westford | Williams | Woodlawn

Links

Wikipedia

National Register of Historic Places

Hutchinson Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Lake George National Wildlife Refuge

Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge (part)

Slade National Wildlife Refuge

Genealogy Trails

US Gen Web

RAOGK

Genealogy Village



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