Dunn County North Dakota
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Dunn county was named for John Piatt Dunn of Bismarck (1839-1917), an 1872 arrival who opened the first drug store in North Dakota and was a civic and commercial leader during the city's early years.

The county seat is Manning

Cities and Other Communities

Dodge

Dunn Center

Halliday

Killdeer

Manning

Marshall

[Source: E-Referencedesk.com]

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Census

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Military

Website Updates:
Jan 2013: Obit for LUDWIG
April 2012 Marriages Announcments and Obit for County Judge Sperber- County History
Aug 2011: MILITARY DATA: General Alfred Sully's Expedition of 1864 against the Sioux
July 2011: List of cemeteries, Werner Cemetery burials
July 2010: Biography for LAWBAUGH

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Surrounding Counties

Mountrail (north)

McLean (northeast)

Mercer (east)

Stark (south)

Billings (southwest)

McKenzie (northwest)


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