Dodge County, Missouri Genealogy

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<br> Dodge County existed from 1846 to 1853. It was originally created from part of western Putnam County and unorganized territory to the west. In 1849, the northern half became part of Iowa after the U.S. Supreme Court decision settling the Iowa and Missouri boundary dispute. The remaining southern half was annexed into [[Putnam County, Missouri|Putnam County, Missouri]] in 1853.  
 
<br> Dodge County existed from 1846 to 1853. It was originally created from part of western Putnam County and unorganized territory to the west. In 1849, the northern half became part of Iowa after the U.S. Supreme Court decision settling the Iowa and Missouri boundary dispute. The remaining southern half was annexed into [[Putnam County, Missouri|Putnam County, Missouri]] in 1853.  
  
See an [http://www.n2genealogy.com/missouri/mo-maps.html interactive map] of Dodge County's creation, boundary changes and eventual disappearance.  
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See an [http://www.mapofus.org/missouri/ interactive map] of Dodge County's creation, boundary changes and eventual disappearance.  
  
 
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Dodge County existed from 1846 to 1853. It was originally created from part of western Putnam County and unorganized territory to the west. In 1849, the northern half became part of Iowa after the U.S. Supreme Court decision settling the Iowa and Missouri boundary dispute. The remaining southern half was annexed into Putnam County, Missouri in 1853.

See an interactive map of Dodge County's creation, boundary changes and eventual disappearance.