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Pratt County, Kansas

Date Established: February 26, 1867
Date Organized:
Location: Kansas map showing location of Pratt County
County Seat: Pratt
Origin of Name: In memory of 2nd Lt. Caleb S. Pratt, of Co. D, 1st Kansas Infantry, killed at the Battle of Wilson's Creek on 10 Aug 1861.
Cities & Townships
PlacePopulation (2010 census)
Banner Township  (Defunct)  
Carmi Township  (Defunct)  
Center Township  (Defunct)  
Elm Township  (Defunct)  
Gove Township  (Defunct)  
Grant Township  (Defunct)  
Haynesville Township  (Defunct)  
Iuka Township  (Defunct)  
Lincoln Township  (Defunct)  
Logan Township  (Defunct)  
McClelland Township  (Defunct)  
McPherson Township  (Defunct)  
Naron Township  (Defunct)  
Ninnescah Township  (Defunct)  
Paxon Township  (Defunct)  
Pratt (city)  6,835 
Richland Township  (Defunct)  
Saratoga Township  (Defunct)  
Springvale Township  (Defunct)  
Township 10  153 
Township 11  460 
Township 12  917 
Township 6  530 
Township 7  314 
Township 8  133 
Township 9  314 
Valley Township  (Defunct)  
Total population: 9,656 

Township map of Pratt County, 2000
Population:
1880 (1,890)
1890 (8,118)
1900 (7,085)
1910 (11,156)
1920 (12,909)
1930 (13,312)
1940 (12,348)
1950 (12,156)
1960 (12,122)
1970 (10,056)
1980 (10,275)
1990 (9,702)
2000 (9,647)
2010 (9,656)
Other Maps: Township map, 1940
Other Resources: Post offices in Pratt County
Cemeteries in Pratt County, As of 1906
Newspapers Available on Microfilm
Townships and Independent Cities in Pratt County
Bibliography
Kansas Memory
Links to Other Sites: Pratt County page [Blue Skyways]
Pratt County GenWeb
Early Kansas Maps [KanColl]
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