Cheryl: Because there are so many contributors to WikiTree, we sometimes have these interesting problems figuring out the relationships of different people's work.
Subsequent to your question, I've discussed the matter of these pages with the One Place Studies leadership and clarified some distinctions. Meanwhile, I see that you are now firmly connected to the One Place Studies project.
The page https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:One_Place_Studies/US_History has been renamed. It incorrectly suggested that counties were the main focus for One Place Studies in the U.S., when in fact most One Place Studies are done for much smaller places.
A One Place Study is a genealogical investigation of the individuals and families associated with a place over time (often for a specific limited time period). In contrast, most of our WikiTree pages for U.S. counties are informational pages for the county, providing background on geography, history, and other topics, as well as information (and links, where available) on genealogical resources.
Pope County is pretty small, so it seems to me that have a good prospect for creating a meaningful One Place Study, particularly if you focus on the earlier decades of the county's history.
At the moment, the content of the page https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Pope_County%2C_Minnesota looks more like a basic informational page about the county than a One Place Study, but I note that you are making wonderful progress on the Bethesda Covenant/Bethany Lutheran Cemetery page as a component of the One Place Study. Over time, I expect that the different pages and the various Pope County categories and subcategories will be knitted together as a coherent collection - but continuing consultations may be required along the way.