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Miami County, Kansas

Date Established: June 03, 1861
Date Organized:
Location: Kansas map showing location of Miami County
County Seat: Paola
Origin of Name: Named for the Indian tribe
History: Organized under its original name, Lykins County, in 1855.
Cities & Townships
PlacePopulation (2010 census)
Louisburg (city)  4,315 
Marysville Township  2,366 
Miami Township  537 
Middle Creek Township  1,808 
Mound Township  729 
Osage Township  667 
Osawatomie (city)  4,447 
Osawatomie Township  728 
Paola (city)  5,602 
Paola Township  1,091 
Richland Township  2,051 
Spring Hill (city)  2,337 
Stanton Township  843 
Sugar Creek Township  474 
Ten Mile Township  1,441 
Valley Township  1,401 
Wea Township  1,950 
Total population: 32,787 

Township map of Miami County, 2000
Population:
1870 (11,725)
1880 (17,802)
1890 (19,614)
1900 (21,641)
1910 (20,030)
1920 (19,809)
1930 (21,243)
1940 (19,489)
1950 (19,698)
1960 (19,884)
1970 (19,254)
1980 (21,618)
1990 (23,466)
2000 (28,351)
2010 (32,787)
Other Resources: Post offices in Miami County
Cemeteries in Miami County, As of 1906
Newspapers Available on Microfilm
Townships and Independent Cities in Miami County
Bibliography
Kansas Memory
Links to Other Sites: Miami County page [Blue Skyways]
Miami County GenWeb
Early Kansas Maps [KanColl]
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