On State Highway 278, 1.7 miles east of State Highway 136, on the right when traveling east.
In 1907, Joseph Hezkiah Gruver (1863-1962), his wife, Addie Reed Gruver, and their son, Lawrence, moved from Missouri and settled in this area. A post office was established in 1927 and soon businesses followed. In 1929, at the request of Clarence . . . — — Map (db m93406) HM
On State Highway 15, 2.1 miles east of State Highway 136, on the left when traveling east.
Established 1886 about 1/2 mile northeast of this site. Intended to be county seat of Hansford County, created 1876, organized in 1889. Lost election to town of Hansford, which served till 1928 but is also now non-existent.
Named for early . . . — — Map (db m93407) HM
On County Road F (Farm to Market Road 2349) at County Highway 6, on the right when traveling west on County Road F.
In 1908 Anders L. Mordt, a native of Norway, secured form R. M. Thomson and R. T. Anderson the sales rights to 100 sections of Hansford County land he named Oslo. The first settlers were recruited from existing Norwegian colonies in the midwestern . . . — — Map (db m169537) HM