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Mineral County Courthouse
300 River Street; PO Box 550;
Superior, MT 59872
County Clerk and Recorder has birth, death, burialand
land records from 1914; Clerk District Court has marriage,
divorce and court records from 1914 
Mineral County's population has had it's highs and lows through the years. The 1870 census shows there were 1,646 people, but by 1880 there were only 270; in 1910 the population recovered to 2,900, but by 1930 it dropped to 1,626; in 1960 it rose to 3,037 and to 3,884 in 2000.
Potter Family Cemetery
Saint Regis Cemetery
Clark Fork West Church: 75 Abba Lane, St. Regis
New Day Fellowship: 20 Big Creek Rd, Haugen
Seventh-Day Adventist Church: 511 Iron Mountain Heights, Superior
St. Regis Community Bible Church: 401 Main St, St. Regis
Superior Community Church: by Timberman's Park at the west end of Main St., Superior
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: 12 Moats Lane, Superior
Fold of the Messiah: a Christian church and community, Tarkio
In 1906 the majority of land in Mineral County was proclaimed National Forest. There are 1,226 sections in Mineral County - of this 83.8% belongs to the Federal Government, 2.8% belongs to the State of Montana, 13.4% is privately owned....that leaves about 8% of the land available to the county.
Kay Strombo Private Collection for Mineral County, Montana --
Owned by Kay Strombo can be contacted by firstname.lastname@example.org
She is glad to share. Contains: obituaries, cemetery records, censuses, and death records for Mineral County.
Societies and Libraries
Mineral County Museum & Historical Society - Hours: Tues & Thurs 3:00 - 6:00pm or by appointment
301 2nd Avenue
PO Box 533
Superior, Montana 59872
Family History Centers
- USGenWeb project. May have maps, name indexes, history or other information for this county. Select the state, then the county.
- Family History Library Catalog
- ↑ The Handybook for Genealogists : United States of America, 10th ed., (Draper, UT: Everton Publishers, 2002), p. 417.
- ↑ The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).
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