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Subject: Sd-Faulk Co. History (Chapter XXII Tow)
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Faulk County, SD History .....Chapter XXII Town Organizations 1909
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CHAPTER XXII.
TOWN ORGANIZATIONS IN FAULK COUNTY.

Town Township Range Date of Organization
Arcade 117 68 July 15, 1908
Centerville 118 67 January, 1905
DeVoe 119 67 Spring of 1905
Emerson 120 68 May 15, 1900
Enterprise 120 70 July 20, 1901
Elroy 119 72 March 4, 1890
Fairview 120 67 March 7, 1893
Freedom 120 69 1896
Hillsdale 117 67 March 7, 1905
LaFoon 118 68 January, 1889
Latham 118 71 March 1, 1885
Myron 119 68 March 5, 1901
Orient 117 69 October3, 1887
Pioneer 118 66 January 1, 1905
Pulaski 119 69 1891
Saratoga 119 70 July 27, 1891
Seneca 118 72 March 1, 1904
Sherman 120 72 February 23, 1892
Union 120 66 March 5, 1907
Wesley 119 66 May 20, 1905
Zell 117 66 1888


The seven remaining townships in the county, viz: Clark, Bryant, Ellisville,
Irving, Tamworth, township 117, range 71 and township 119, range 71, without
regard to township lines, are arranged into school townships, with the following
officers:

Clark school township, 120, range 71,
Joseph Heintzman, chairman.
Edward Ford, clerk.
Joseph Sahli, treasurer.

Bryant school township, part of township 118, range 70, with the most of
township 119, range 71,
John Barrett, chairman.
J. H. Peck, clerk.
August Weyand, treasurer.

Irving school township, all of township 117, range 70, one-third of township
118, range 71 and one-half of township 117, range 71:
O. M. Roberts, chairman.
P. J. Maloney, clerk.
Christ Hansen, treasurer.

Ellisville school township, township 117, range 72 and one-half of township 117,
range 71;
Frank Arzt, chairman.
P. M. Christensen, clerk.
Adam Sangster, treasurer.

Tamworth school township, all of township 118, range 69, less the city of
Faulkton, which is located upon sections fourteen and fifteen in this township.
The following are the school officers in Tamworth township:
Fred Kleeblatt, chairman.
F. A. Pangburn, clerk.
Emerson Thayer, treasurer.

The village and railroad station of Orient are in the town of Orient. The
villages of Zell and Rockham on the Chicago & Northwestern railroad are both in
the town of Zell. The village and railroad station of Miranda are on section 1,
in the town of Arcade. The town and railroad station of Burkmere are on section
7, township 118, range 70.

The village of Seneca is an important and flourishing railroad center for
western Faulk county and eastern Potter county. Millard station is ten miles
north of Faulkton in the town of Pulaski on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railroad.

The following are the several railroad stations in Faulk county on the line
of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad, viz: Chelsea in the town of Union;
Cresbard in Emerson; Carlyle in Enterprise and Onaka in Sherman.

At the present time Cresbard has become an important, flourishing business
center.



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HISTORY OF
FAULK COUNTY
SOUTH DAKOTA
CAPTAIN C. H. ELLIS

TOGETHER WITH BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PIONEERS AND PROMINENT CITIZENS

ILLUSTRATED
19O9



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