2 edition of Dodge County--the land between the rivers found in the catalog.
Dodge County--the land between the rivers
by T. Evans in Savannah, Ga. (1506 Stillwood Dr., Savannah 31419)
Written in English
|Other titles||Dodge County|
|Statement||by Ovid Vickers.|
|LC Classifications||F292.D5 V53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 266 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||96231417|
WASHINGTON County is situated on the eastern border of the State, midway from north to south. It is bounded on the north by Burt County, on the east by the Missouri River, on the south by Douglas County, and on the west by Dodge County, and contains square miles, or , acres. it made a round-trip between St. Louis, Missouri, and Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Often portrayed as a glamourous means of travel, steamboats had their drawbacks. For one thing, travel was limited to the basic north-south flow of the rivers. In addition, rivers were impassable for several months of the year due to ice and varying water levels.
TALBOT COUNTY The Bill Burton Fishing Pier State Park was dedicated on J The Park includes the Choptank River Fishing Piers, which were renamed in July to honor Bill Burton, a reporter and outdoorsman who died Aug Open year-round, the fishing piers are lighted for night fishing, April through December. With the exception of two sections of timber land in the northwest corner of the township, the land is prairie. The history of Ashland Township since the first white man settled there is one that undoubtedly, will be of interest to the majority of its present inhabitants and the people of Dodge County.
16 Early Ford County. named Butler from Fort Sodom). It was built in and abandoned in , some records say; others Robert Wright in his book, The Cowboy Capital, writes of the fort: At this side of the Point of rocks, eight miles west of Dodge City, used to be the remains of an old adobe fort. In March, , the survey and plat of the original town of Fort Dodge was completed, the survey having been made by S. C. Wood of Boone County. The syndicate consisted of Colonel Jesse Williams, John Lemp, Bernhart Henn and George Gillaspy and was known as the “Fort Dodge Land Company.”.
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Ovid Vickers was born in Gadsden, Alabama, in but grew up in Dodge County, Georgia. Two wards of the city of Watertown are in Dodge County--the other three in Jefferson.
Geography: Land and Water As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of square miles (2, km 2), of which, square miles (2, km 2) of it is land and 25 square miles (64 km 2).
This document is a land information plan for Dodge County prepared by the land information officer (LIO) and the Dodge County land information council.
Under state statute (3)(b), a “countywide plan for land records modernization” is required for participation in the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP).
Dodge County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population Its county seat is Juneau. The county was created from the Wisconsin Territory in and organized in Dodge County comprises the Beaver Dam, WI Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Milwaukee-Racine-Waukesha, WI Combined Statistical AreaLargest city: Beaver Dam.
Dodge County in was a part of Wabasha County, and in was divided between Wabasha and Dakota Counties. Dodge County, including a number of townships which later were made a part of Steele County, became a separate unit in Dodge County was named in honor of a Wisconsin man – Henry Dodge, twice governor of Wisconsin.
Looking for Dodge County, Georgia land listings for sale. LandWatch has hundreds of rural properties and land for sale in Dodge County, Georgia. Dodge County is a small county in the Historic South region of Georgia. Based on recent LandWatch data, Dodge County ranks th among the counties in the state for its total acres of rural properties and land advertised for sale in the county.
Much territory within the original Telfair County was “cut out” to create Dodge County in Until that time it was Georgia’s largest county. The southwestern boundary of the county is defined by the Ocmulgee River. The county is today bordered on the northeast by Wheeler County and the northwest by Dodge.
The public information contained herein is furnished as a public service by Dodge County. The map, all associated data, and measurements are approximate and not to be used for any official purpose. All assessment information was collected for the purpose of developing the annual Property Tax Roll as provided for in Chapter 77 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes.
Full text of "Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey Reconnaissance Survey Final Report Of Dodge County, Nebraska" See other formats. Allen County. LMno. 1 Plat Book of Allen County, Kansas Des Moines: Northwest Publishing Company, LMno.
2 Atlas and Plat Book of Allen County, Kansas, Including History of the World War and Allen County Honor Roll. Iola: Iola Daily Register, c. Anderson County. LMno. 3 Plat Book of Anderson County. Minneapolis: Northwest Publishing Company, It is feet high in Dane and Columbia counties.
Good places to see the high portions of the escarpment are between Dane and Lodi, and between Arlington and Poynette.
The larger part of the escarpment, however, is much lower. In Marinette County the escarpment is only 50 feet high. Dodge County Groundwater: A community resource Page 1 Dodge County Groundwater: A community resource A clean and dependable supply of water is necessary to ensure a high quality of life and strong economy.
Ground-water is of particular importance since this resource serves as the primary source of water for Dodge County residents and industries. Cheyenne (pronounced /ʃaɪæn/ or /ʃaɪɛn/ or Shy-anne) is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Wyoming and the county seat of Laramie County.
It is the principal city of the Cheyenne, Wyoming, Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Laramie County. The population is 59, at the census.
12/31/17 – A reminder for area residents, trees and shrubs are now available for the annual fall Small Packet Tree sales program in Dodge County. The Land Conservation Department is offering several species of trees for sale for the planting season, including red and white Oak, White Cedar, White Pine, Colorado Blue Spruce, Black Cherry.
Dodge City lies at the intersection of North America's semi-arid (Köppen BSk) and humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) zones, with hot summers, highly variable winters, both warm and very cold periods, and low to moderate humidity and precipitation throughout the year; it is part of USDA Hardiness zone 6b.
Areas to the west are drier and more strongly semi-arid. After the river formed the line between the Creek-Seminole lands on the north and the Choctaw-Chickasaw lands on the south, a situation that remained until after the Civil War. The Canadian formed the southern boundary of the Unassigned Lands from until that region's opening by the Land.
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all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in land lot no. in the 16’ land district of dodge county, georgia, consisting of acre, more or less, more particularly described on that plat of survey as prepared by central south surveying, g.r.l.dated septemrecorded at plat b pagedodge county.
the following described property: all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in lot of land no. 38 in the 15th land district of dodge county georgia, and being a part of that certain property known as peabody heights extension and being all of lot no. 4 in block d as shown on the plat of a survey made by carey e.
treadwell, on december area where there are bluffs along the rivers. The land was first opened fo r settlement inand census figures from to howed an increase f53 1 to 96, in populati on.
By almostpeople had settled in the state. Many had migrated to Iowa attracted by cheap land.Early Years. Beforewhen Boone County was organized, its history was Iowa’s history.
The first Europeans known to set foot in what later became Iowa were the French explorers Louis Joliet and Father Jacques Marquette, who traveled down the Mississippi River in the summer of and visited Native American villages on the river’s western shore.