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Kosciusko County, Indiana

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The Indiana State Legislature passed an omnibus county bill[5] on 7 February 1835 that authorized the creation of thirteen counties in northeast Indiana, including Kosciusko. The county government was organized beginning in 1836. It was named for the Polish general Tadeusz Kościuszko who served in the American Revolutionary War and then returned to Poland.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Towns

  • Burket
  • Claypool
  • Etna Green
  • Leesburg
  • Mentone
  • Milford
  • North Webster
  • Pierceton
  • Sidney
  • Silver Lake
  • Syracuse
  • Warsaw (County Seat)
  • Winona Lake

Other Townships & Communities: Arrowhead Park, Atwood, Barbee, Bayfield, Beaver Dam, Bell Rohr Park, Buttermilk Point, Cedar Point, Clay, Clunette, DeFries Landing, Enchanted Hills, Epworth Forest, Etna, Forest Glen, Franklin, Gravelton, Harrison, Hastings, HIghbanks, Highlands Park, Island Park, Jackson, Jefferson, Kalorama Park, Kanata Manayunk, Kinsey, Lake, Lakeside Park, Lakeview Spring, Lowman Corner, Marineland Gardens, Milford Junction, Mineral Springs, Monoquet, Monroe, Musquabuck Park, Oakwood Park, Osborn Landing, Oswego, Packerton, Palestine, Pickwick Park, Plain, Potawatomi Park, Prairie, Quaker Haven Park, Redmon Park, Scott, Sevastopol, Seward, Shady Banks, South Park, Stoneburner Landing, Stony Ridge, Tippecanoe, Turkey Creek, Van Buren, Vawter Park, Wa-Will-Away Park, Walker Park, Washington, Wawasee, Wawasee Village, Wayne, Wooster and Yellowbanks



Kosciusko History

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