Organized: May 23, 1857
Originally Named: Aiken
Named For: Fur Trader William Alexander Aitkin
Renamed: Aitken in 1872
County Seat: Aitkin
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FAMILIES: John Davenport Fuller Contributed by Robert Bruce Creger
NEWS-CRIME: Joseph Fiedler, Chief Qua-ke-gi-sic killed, George Harris and Henry Taylor charged.
MARCH 2018 Submitted by Robin Line
PEOPLE: Lawrence Moen
OBITS: Knute Anderson
BIRTHS: Stoeckman Boy, Gorder Boy
MILITARY: WWI Casualties - Guy A. Morris
WILLS/PROBATE: Patrick Casey inheritance tax
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BIOS: James W. Tibbetts
MARRIAGES: Licenses for 1911
MARRIAGES: Announcements - Bruen-Kemper, Quaas-Dressel, Klee-Hronesh
NEWS-BUSINESSES: Skelly Bros., Frank Barth
NEWS-COMMUNITY: 1888-Diphtheria Outbreak, 1912-Notice
NEWS-ILLNESS: Anna O'Hara, Roscoe Reynolds, Elmer Fletcher, August Berg
OBITS: Orvis Rice, Minnie Stafford, Fuller Child, Mary Rice, William A. Rogers, Elizabeth Specht Hall, John Monson
PEOPLE: H. G. W. Austin, Joshua A. Tibbetts, W. V. Putney, Ethel Forman, Fred Lembke
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