2 edition of Early history of Brown County, South Dakota found in the catalog.
Early history of Brown County, South Dakota
Brown County (S.D.). Territorial Pioneers Association.
1965 in [Aberdeen? S.D .
Written in English
|Statement||by territorial pioneers and descendants.|
|LC Classifications||F657.B76 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||68001562|
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Brown Co. "Early History of Brown County South Dakota." Brown Co. Territorial Pioneer Committe, Western Printing Co, History of Brown County South Dakota, listing many names, pictures,and stories of those pioneers who settle the area.
RMC. Brule Co. "Brule County History." Brule County Historical Society, State Publishing Co., Brown County Data The county is named after Alfred Brown, of Hutchinson County, South Dakota, a Dakota Territory legislator in County Seat: Aberdeen Year Organized: Square Miles: 1, Cities Aberdeen (county seat) * Columbia * Groton Towns Claremont * Frederick * Hecla * Stratford * Verdon * Warner * Westport Census-designated Places.
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Its county seat is Aberdeen. The county is named for Alfred Brown, of Hutchinson County, South Dakota, a Dakota Territory legislator in Brown County is part of the Aberdeen, SD Micropolitan Congressional district: At-large.
Robinson, in the History of South Dakota, Vol. 1, pagesays: "Faulk county was named after the third Governor of the territory, and dates from January 8, It was not organized until October 25th,when Governor Ordway appointed commissioners for that purpose.
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Early history of Brown County Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide. Great Plains Directory Service's Brown County plat map book contains plat and directory maps that show current farmstead residents, rural landowners, types of roads, waterways and other information that will help you navigate around South Dakota.
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Columbia, South Dakota, was the site South Dakota book Brown County's first courthouse until when Aberdeen became the county seat. A dispute followed, and the county seat moved back to Columbia from South Dakota book untilafter which Aberdeen permanently became the county seat.
After becoming the county seat, a wood frame courthouse building was built in on: Aberdeen, South Dakota. Welcome to the Brown County Register of Deeds’ office. The Register of Deeds’s office is the primary records office of the county, and is also one of the departments that generates revenue for the county from filing and recording fees, transfer and copy fees, and vital record fees.
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Others are rare antique maps, part of the collection by an exclusive. All 3 of them are listed in "Early History of Brown County, South Dakota." The DINGERs were residents of Brown County, Detroit Township and the NUTTENs were residents of Liberty Township. Probably the nearest town to either was Hecla, SD.
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