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Clark County, Kansas

Date Established: February 26, 1867
Date Organized:
Location: Kansas map showing location of Clark County
County Seat: Ashland
Origin of Name: In honor of Charles F. Clarke, captain of Co. F, Sixth Kansas Cavalry. Promoted to Ass't Adjutant General in the U.S. Volunteers, he died at Memphis, Tenn., on 10 Dec 1862.
Cities & Townships
PlacePopulation (2010 census)
Appleton Township  940 
Brown Township  (Defunct)  
Center Township  974 
Cimarron Township  (Defunct)  
Edwards Township  (Defunct)  
Englewood Township  125 
Lexington Township  78 
Liberty Township  35 
Sitka Township  63 
Vesta Township  (Defunct)  
Total population: 2,215 

Township map of Clark County, 2000
Population:
1880 (163)
1890 (2,357)
1900 (1,701)
1910 (4,093)
1920 (4,989)
1930 (4,796)
1940 (4,081)
1950 (3,946)
1960 (3,396)
1970 (2,896)
1980 (2,599)
1990 (2,418)
2000 (2,390)
2010 (2,215)
Other Resources: Post offices in Clark County
Cemeteries in Clark County, As of 1906
Newspapers Available on Microfilm
Townships and Independent Cities in Clark County
Bibliography
Kansas Memory
Links to Other Sites: Clark County page [Blue Skyways]
Clark County GenWeb
Early Kansas Maps [KanColl]
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