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Special North Dakota Cities and Communities

Residing on separate domains, you will find information on number of small communities in North Dakota. Some of these are quite comprehensive, while others are works in progress, and still others are domains that I have registered, and gathered information on, but have not yet begun work on a site. In time, each of these will represent significant resources pertaining to places that are otherwise underrepresented.

If you have photographs, historical documents or information, family stories, or other resources pertaining to any of these communities, and would be willing to send us a digital copy for publication in these pages, that would be much appreciated, and we would, of course, make appropriate attributions.

Ayr, North Dakota 58007 (under construction)
Ayr is in Cass County, North Dakota. At the time of the 2010 census, Ayr had a population of 17. Alternate URL: ayrnd.us
Buffalo, North Dakota 58011 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: buffalond.us
Gackle is in Logan County, in south-central North Dakota. Gackle had a population of 310 at the time of the 2010 census. Alternate URL: gacklend.us
Golva is in Lone Tree Township, Golden Valley County, North Dakota. As of the 2010 census, its population was 61. Alternate URL: golvand.us
Granville is east of Minot and west of Towner. At the time of the 2010 census, its population was 241. Alternate URL: granvillend.us
Hampden is in Ramsey County, in northeastern North Dakota. Its population, as of the 2010 census, was 48. Alternate URL: hampdennd.us
Hannaford, North Dakota 58448 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: hannafordnd.us
Kulm is in LaMoure County, about forty miles south of Jamestown, North Dakota. At the time of the 2010 census, its population was 354. Alternate URL: kulmnd.us
Makoti, North Dakota 58756 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: makotind.us
Marmarth, North Dakota 58651 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: marmarthnd.us
Michigan, North Dakota 58259 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: michigannd.us
Minto is in Walsh County, about thirty miles north of Grand Forks. Its population at the time of the 2010 census was 604. Alternate URL: mintond.us
New England, North Dakota 58647 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: newenglandnd.us
Pembina, North Dakota 58271 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: pembinand.us
Ray, North Dakota 58849 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: raynd.us
Richardton, North Dakota 58652 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: richardtonnd.us
Roseglen is an unincorporated community and a township in McLean County. The population of the township in 2010 was 58. Alternate URL: roseglennd.us
Rutland, North Dakota 58067
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: rutlandnd.us
St. John, North Dakota 58369 (coming soon)
Work on this project has not yet begun. Alternate URL: stjohnnd.us
Ypsilanti is an unincorporated community in Stutsman County, southeast of Jamestown. Its population, as of the 2010 census, was 104. Alternate URL: ypsilantind.us
Lists superintendents, teachers, and students who have served or attended Ypsilanti community schools throughout history.

Give Us a Hand

We would appreciate anything that our readers might be able to send us, or to recommend, that could be used to build up any of these sites, or to create any of those that do not yet exist.

Any historical information or digital copies of photographs, post cards, or other resources would be much appreciated.

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