Founded March 13, 1858, from Pine County
Named for The Ojibwe word for "snake," after the Snake River.
County Seat is Mora (original seat was Brunswick)
The county name derives from the Ojibwe term for the Snake River - Kanabecosippi or Ginebigo-ziibi - which flows through this county.
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