McLean County, North Dakota

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McLean County (pronounced muh-KLANE) is a county located in the U.S. state of North Dakota. As of 2000, the population was 9,311. Its county seat is Washburn.[1] The county was created by the 1883 territorial legislature and organized on November 1, 1883. It was named for John A. McLean, a prominent citizen and the first mayor of Bismarck, North Dakota. Washburn became the county seat in 1883.

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Geography

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,328 square miles (6,030 km²), of which, 2,110 square miles (5,465 km²) of it is land and 218 square miles (565 km²) of it (9.37%) is water.

Townships

  • Amundsville
  • Andrews
  • Aurena
  • Blackwater
  • Blue Hill
  • Butte
  • Byersville
  • Cremerville
  • Deepwater
  • Dogden
  • Douglas
  • Gate
  • Greatstone
  • Horseshoe Valley
  • Lake Williams
  • Longfellow
  • Loquemont
  • Malcolm
  • McGinnis
  • Medicine Hill
  • Mercer
  • Otis
  • Roseglen
  • Rosemont
  • Saint Mary
  • Snow
  • Turtle Lake
  • Victoria
  • Wise

Adjacent counties

Major highways

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