Trails to the Past

Adams County

North Dakota




Trails to the Past

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The county was named after John Quincy Adams (1848 - 1919), a railroad official for the Milwaukee Road Railroad and distant relative of U.S. President John Quincy Adams (1767 - 1848).  The county seat is Hettinger



Darling Springs
Duck Creek




Lightning Creek





South Fork

Taylor Butte

Wolf Butte

On Line Data



Adjacent Counties

Hettinger County (north)

Grant County (northeast)

Sioux County (east)

Perkins County, South Dakota (south)

Harding County, South Dakota (southwest)

Bowman County (west)

Slope County (northwest)


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