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Pipestone County, Minnesota

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  • Raymond Edward Kruger (1912 - 2003)
    Raymond E. Kruger Flandreau, SD Memorial services for Raymond E. Kruger, 90, of Flandreau, SD were held Wednesday, March 26, 2 p.m. at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Lake Benton, MN. Officiant...
  • Donald William Graves (1906 - 1977)
  • Anna Dorothy Graves (1914 - 1991)
  • Anna Tomina Brinkman (1876 - 1946)
  • Thorvald C. "Toddy" Jensen (1920 - 2013)
    Oct. 22, 1920-June 3, 2013MARSHALL - A private family memorial service for Thorvald "Toddy" Jensen, 92, of Marshall, formerly of Ruthton, will take place at a later date.Toddy died Monday, June 3, 2013...

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The county was formed on May 23, 1857 by act of the territorial legislature, but was not organized at that time. The area was first designated Rock County while the name Pipestone County was attached to neighboring Rock County. An act of the Minnesota state legislature on February 20, 1862, swapped the designations, attaching the present names to the present counties, due to the pipestone quarry in this county.

Pipestone County organization was effected by a state act on January 27, 1879, with Pipestone City (which had been platted in 1876) as the county seat (the name of the county seat was later shortened to Pipestone). The pipestones are from deposits of red pipestone Native Americans used to make pipes.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Townships & Communities

Aetna | Airlie | Altona | Burke | Cazenovia | Cresson | Diamond Corner | Eden | Edgerton | Elmer | Fountain Prairie | Grange | Gray | Hatfield | Holland | Ihlen | Jasper (part) | Osborne | Pipestone (County Seat) | Rock | Ruthton | Sweet | Trosky | Troy | Woodstock

Links

Wikipedia

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Pipestone National Monument