Trails to the Past

North Dakota

Souix County

 

 

 

 

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Souix County lies entirely within the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, forming the northernmost 30 percent of the reservation. (The balance of the reservation is in South Dakota). It is the only county in North Dakota that is entirely within an Indian reservation.  The county was created by proclamation of Governor Louis B. Hanna on September 3, 1914 and named after the Native Americans who live on the reservation. The county government was first organized on September 12, 1914; Fort Yates has always been the county seat.

The cities of Souix County are those of Fort Yates, Selfridge, and Solen.  Census designated places are that of Cannon Ball.  The only township is that of Menz

 

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Adjacent Counties

Morton County (north)
Emmons County (east)
Corson County, South Dakota (south)
Adams County (west)
Grant County (northwest)

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