Trails to the Past

North Dakota

Kidder County

 

 

 

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Kidder County was created by the 1872-1873 territorial legislature and named for Jefferson Parrish Kidder, who served as a delegate to the United States Congress from Dakota Territory between 1875 to 1879 and as an associate justice of the territorial supreme court between 1865-1875 and 1879-1883. The county government was first organized on March 22, 1881; Steele has always been the county seat.

Cities of Kidder County are those of Dawson, Pettibone, Robinson, Steele, Tappen, and Tuttle.

Townships of Kidder County

 

    Allen
    Atwood
    Baker
    Buckeye
    Bunker
    Chestina
    Clear Lake
    Crown Hill
    Crystal Springs
    Excelsior
    Frettim
    Graf
    Haynes
    Kickapoo
    Lake Williams
    Manning
    Merkel
    Northwest
    Peace
    Petersville
    Pettibone
    Pleasant Hill
    Quinby
    Rexine
    Robinson
    Sibley
    Stewart
    Tanner
    Tappen
    Tuttle
    Valley
    Vernon
    Wallace
    Weiser
    Westford
    Williams
    Woodlawn

 

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Adjacent Counties

Wells County (north)
Stutsman County (east)
Logan County (south)
Emmons County (southwest)
Burleigh County (west)
Sheridan County (northwest)

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