Stevens County, Minnesota

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Stevens County, Minnesota

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Stevens County was established on February 20, 1862. It is named after statesman Isaac Ingalls Stevens, who had this county named for him seven years after a legislative clerical error denied him that honor in 1855 for Stearns County. A Board of five elected County Commissioners, represents the citizens of the county as its governing body. This central governing authority is responsible for the plans and functions of all Stevens County Departments. The 2000 population of Stevens County was 10,053.[1]

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Maps and Boundaries

  • Grant County (north)
  • Douglas County (northeast)
  • Pope County (east)
  • Swift County (south)
  • Big Stone County (southwest)
  • Traverse County (northwest)



Morris (county seat)


Baker Township
Darnen Township
Donnelly Township
Eldorado Township
Everglade Township
Framnas Township
Hodges Township
Horton Township
Moore Township
Morris Township
Pepperton Township
Rendsville Township
Scott Township
Stevens Township
Swan Lake Township
Synnes Township

Records and Resources


  1. "Welcome to an Engaged Community." Stevens County, MN - Official Website - History. Accessed October 07, 2018.

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