ND Post Route Map 1911

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North Dakota Post Route Map 1911

Showing present day Morton, Grant and Sioux counties

Link to 1900 map

Which county would these places be in today? See below.


Grant county (middle part of map)

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  • Birdsell
  • Brisbane
  • Carl
  • Carson
  • DeVaul (?)
  • Elm
  • Elgin
  • Esther
  • Fleak
  • Freda (?)
  • Heart (?)
  • Howe (*)(1)
  • Janesburg (*)
  • Lark
  • Leipzig (*)(2)
  • Leith
  • Miner
  • Noel
  • New Leipzig
  • Paradise
  • Pretty Rock
  • Raleigh (3)
  • Schaller
  • Selma
  • Shields
  • Stebbins
  • Stevenson (*)(?)
  • Wade (*)(1)
(1) Moved N of the Cannonball since 1900
(2) Spelled Leipsig on 1900 map
(3) Dogtooth's P.O. was moved to Raleigh ca. 1/1911
(*) Also listed on 1900 map
(?) I'm not sure I've got the right present-day county.


Morton county(northern part of map)

  • Almont
  • Barnes
  • Bethel
  • Bluegrass
  • Cannon Ball (*)
  • Diamond
  • Fallon (*)
  • Flasher
  • Ft. Rice (*)
  • Gall (?)
  • Glen Ullin (*)(1)
  • Harmon (*)
  • Hebron (*)
  • Judson
  • Mandan (*)
  • New Salem (*)
  • Odense
  • Parkin
  • Rosebud
  • St. Anthony
  • St. Joseph (?)
  • St. Vincent
  • Sims (*)
  • Stone
  • Strain
  • Sweetbriar (*)(2)
  • Timmer (?)
  • Youngtown
(1) Spelled Glenullin on 1900 map (2) Spelled Sweetbrier on 1900 map
(*) Also listed on 1900 map (?) I'm not sure I've got the right present-day county.


Sioux county (south of the Cannonball River)

  • Fort Yates


Submitted by Marv Solberg (Marv@SolbergFarms.com)