“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Dickey County, North Dakota

Clickable Map of Dickey County, North Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Dickey County, ND (4) LaMoure County, ND (9) McIntosh County, ND (4) Ransom County, ND (11) Sargent County, ND (1) Brown County, SD (55) McPherson County, SD (7)  DickeyCounty(4) Dickey County (4)  LaMoureCounty(9) LaMoure County (9)  McIntoshCounty(4) McIntosh County (4)  RansomCounty(11) Ransom County (11)  SargentCounty(1) Sargent County (1)  BrownCountySouth Dakota(55) Brown County (55)  McPhersonCounty(7) McPherson County (7)
Ellendale is the county seat for Dickey County
Adjacent to Dickey County, North Dakota
      LaMoure County (9)  
      McIntosh County (4)  
      Ransom County (11)  
      Sargent County (1)  
      Brown County, South Dakota (55)  
      McPherson County, South Dakota (7)  
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1 North Dakota, Dickey County, Fullerton — Carroll House
Est. 1889 Restored 1989Map (db m93247) HM
2 North Dakota, Dickey County, Oakes — 1891 Church - Oakes Historical Park
Built in 1891 by Oakes Methodists, this building was a block south of Main on Highway 1. When a larger church was needed in 1908, the Methodists built the present structure at 6th and Juniper and sold the original church to the Norwegian & . . . Map (db m112569) HM
3 North Dakota, Dickey County, Oakes — Hudson Townsite
Established in the spring of 1883 by a colony from New York state and named for the Hudson River. A railroad right-of-way was planned to serve the town from the east. Three years later the Northern Pacific and Northwestern railways met on the . . . Map (db m175276) HM
4 North Dakota, Dickey County, Oakes — Stagecoach Relay Station
1/5 mile to the south is the site of the Stagecoach Relay Station. Benjamine and Mellinger operated the stage line, beginning in 1880, between Columbia, SD and Jamestown, ND. Service took two days each way and passengers could be fed and lodged . . . Map (db m112568) HM
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Sep. 26, 2023