Trails to the Past

Iowa

Webster County

 

 

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Webster County is a county in the state of Iowa. The county seat is Fort Dodge. The county was established in January 1851, one of 43 counties established by a legislative package. This county was named after Daniel Webster, an American statesman noted for his moving oratory.

On Line Data

Cities
    Badger
    Barnum
    Callender
    Clare
    Dayton
    Duncombe
    Fort Dodge
    Gowrie
    Harcourt
    Lehigh
    Moorland
    Otho
    Stratford
    Vincent
Census-designated place
    Coalville
Unincorporated communities
    Burnside
    Lanyon

Townships
    Badger
    Burnside
    Clay
    Colfax
    Cooper
    Dayton
    Deer Creek
    Douglas
    Elkhorn
    Fulton
    Gowrie
    Hardin
    Jackson
    Johnson
    Lost Grove
    Newark
    Otho
    Pleasant Valley
    Roland
    Sumner
    Wahkonsa
    Washington
    Webster
    Yell

Webster County Court House

 

 

Adjacent counties
   
Boone County (southeast)
   
Calhoun County (west)
   
Greene County (southwest)
   
Hamilton County (east)
   
Humboldt County (north)
   
Pocahontas County (northwest)
   
Wright County (northeast)

 

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