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The Territorial legislature identified Bottineau as one of the original counties of the territory in 1872 but it wasn't organized until July 17, 1884, at a meeting in Bottineau. It is named for Pierre Bottineau (c.1814-1895), a Métis pioneer, hunter, and trapper who became a successful land speculator.  
 
The Territorial legislature identified Bottineau as one of the original counties of the territory in 1872 but it wasn't organized until July 17, 1884, at a meeting in Bottineau. It is named for Pierre Bottineau (c.1814-1895), a Métis pioneer, hunter, and trapper who became a successful land speculator.  
  
 
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*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/StJeromes.htm Saint Jerome's Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Partial Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
 
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/StJeromes.htm Saint Jerome's Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Partial Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
 
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/StJohnsLuth.htm Saint John's Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
 
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/StJohnsLuth.htm Saint John's Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/tarsus.htm Tarsus Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors
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*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/tarsus.htm Tarsus Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/Weeks.htm Weeks Cemetery&nbsp;]&nbsp;&nbsp;-&nbsp; Partial Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors
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*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/Weeks.htm Weeks Cemetery&nbsp;]&nbsp;&nbsp;-&nbsp; Partial Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/WillowCreek.htm Willow City Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors
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*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/WillowCreek.htm Willow City Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors  
 
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/WillowCreek.htm Willow Creek Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors
 
*[http://hiddenancestors.com/bottineaund/cemeteries/WillowCreek.htm Willow Creek Cemetery]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Index&nbsp; -&nbsp; Hidden Ancestors
  
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[http://www.churchangel.com/WEBND/bottin.htm Bottineau County Churches]&nbsp; -&nbsp; Church Angel
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County Courthouse

History

The Territorial legislature identified Bottineau as one of the original counties of the territory in 1872 but it wasn't organized until July 17, 1884, at a meeting in Bottineau. It is named for Pierre Bottineau (c.1814-1895), a Métis pioneer, hunter, and trapper who became a successful land speculator.


   Parent County

1873--Bottineau County was created 4 January 1873 from Buffalo County. County seat: Bottineau [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places/Localities

Populated Places

Cities

  • Antler
  • Bottineau
  • Gardena
  • Kramer
  • Landa
  • Lansford
  • Maxbass
  • Newburg
  • Overly
  • Souris
  • Westhope
  • Willow City

Townships

  • Amity
  • Antler
  • Bentinck
  • Blaine
  • Brander
  • Cecil
  • Chatfield
  • Cordelia
  • Cut Bank
  • Dalen
  • Eidsvold
  • Elms
  • Elysian
  • Haram
  • Hastings
  • Hoffman
  • Homen
  • Kane
  • Lansford
  • Lewis
  • Lordsburg
  • Mount Rose
  • Newborg
  • Oak Creek
  • Oak Valley
  • Ostby
  • Peabody
  • Pickering
  • Renville
  • Richburg
  • Roland
  • Scandia
  • Scotia
  • Sergius
  • Sherman
  • Starbuck
  • Stone Creek
  • Tacoma
  • Wayne
  • Wellington
  • Wheaton
  • Whitby
  • Whitteron
  • Willow Vale

Neighboring Counties

McHenry | Pierce | Renville | Rolette

Resources

Cemeteries

 

Census

  • 1890
  • 1900
  • 1915
  • 1920
  • 1925
  • 1930

Church

Bottineau County Churches  -  Church Angel

Court

Land

Local Histories

Maps

Military

Newspapers

Probate

Taxation

Vital Records

Societies and Libraries

Web Sites

References

  1. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).