Trails to the Past

North Dakota

Eddy County

 

 
 

 

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Eddy County was created by the 1885 territorial legislature from the northern half of Foster County and named for Ezra B. Eddy, a Fargo banker who had died a few weeks earlier. The county government was first organized on April 27, 1885; New Rockford has always been the county seat.

The cities of Eddy County are New Rockford and Sheyenne, with one unincorporated community of Brantford.

Townships of Eddy County

 

     Bush
    Cherry Lake
    Columbia
    Colvin
    Eddy
    Freeborn
   
    Gates
    Grandfield
    Hillsdale
    Lake Washington
    Munster
    New Rockford
    Paradise
    Pleasant Prairie
    Rosefield
    Sheldon
    Superior
    Tiffany

On Line Data

Adjacent Counties

Benson County (north)
Nelson County (northeast)
Griggs County (southeast)
Foster County (south)
Wells County (west)

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