Trails to the Past

Iowa

Mitchell County

 

 

 

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Mitchell County was founded in 1851. It was named after John Mitchel, an Irish patriot. The county's courthouse was completed in 1858, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The courthouse has since been razed.

On Line Data

Cities
    Carpenter
    McIntire
    Mitchell
    Orchard
    Osage
    St. Ansgar
    Stacyville
Census-designated places
    Little Cedar
    Meyer
    Mona
    New Haven
    Otranto
    Toeterville

Townships
    Burr Oak
    Cedar
    Douglas
    East Lincoln
    Jenkins
    Liberty
    Mitchell
    Newburg
    Osage
    Otranto
    Rock
    St. Ansgar
    Stacyville
    Union
    Wayne
    West Lincoln

Mitchell County Court House

 

Adjacent counties
    Mower County, Minnesota (north)
    Howard County (east)
    Floyd County (south)
    Cerro Gordo County (southwest)
    Worth County (west)

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