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OSBORNE
OTTAWA
PAWNEE
PHILLIPS
POTTAWATOMIE
PRATT
RAWLINS
RENO
REPUBLIC
RICE
RILEY
ROOKS
RUSH
RUSSELL
SALINE
SCOTT
SEDGWICK

Osage County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 11, 1859

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Osage County

County Seat:

Lyndon

Origin of Name:

Named for the Osage River, which drains much of the county and is itself named for the Osage Indian tribe.  Organized as Weller county in 1855; name changed to Osage in 1859.  Originally named for John B. Weller, of Ohio, member of Congress and Governor of that state; also Governor of California, and Senator, Minister to Mexico, etc.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Osage City (city)

3,034

Agency Township

618

Arvonia Township

136

Barclay Township

239

Burlingame Township

1,768

Dragoon Township

214

Elk Township

1,723

Fairfax Township

513

Grant Township

297

Junction Township

1,210

Lincoln Township

134

Melvern Township

812

Olivet Township

263

Ridgeway Township

2,661

Scranton Township

1,273

Superior Township

293

Valley Brook Township

1,524

Total population:

16,712

 

 

Township map of Osage County, 2000

Population:

1860

(1,113)

1870

(7,648)

1880

(19,642)

1890

(25,062)

1900

(23,659)

1910

(19,905)

1920

(18,621)

1930

(17,538)

1940

(15,118)

1950

(12,811)

1960

(12,886)

1970

(13,352)

1980

(15,319)

1990

(15,248)

2000

(16,712)

 

 

Osborne County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Osborne County

County Seat:

Osborne

Origin of Name:

In honor of Pvt. Vincent B. Osborn[e], of Co. A, 2nd Kansas Cavalry, who lost his right leg to wounds received 17 Jan 1865 on the steamer Anna Jacobs on the Arkansas River just south of Roseville, Ark. The steamboat, carrying 200 refugees and 50 soldiers, came under fire from a Confederate artillery piece and made for shore; Osborne carried the cable ashore and was attempting to secure it when he was shot, shattering the bone just above the knee.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Osborne (city)

1,607

Bethany Township

199

Bloom Township

81

Corinth Township

51

Covert Township

19

Delhi Township

37

Grant Township

28

Hancock Township

21

Hawkeye Township

36

Independence Township

32

Jackson Township

42

Kill Creek Township

35

Lawrence Township

37

Liberty Township

31

Mount Ayr Township

41

Natoma Township

402

Penn Township

129

Ross Township

1,166

Round Mound Township

59

Sumner Township

206

Tilden Township

116

Valley Township

37

Victor Township

24

Winfield Township

16

Total population:

4,452

 

 

Township map of Osborne County, 2000

Population:

1870

(33)

1880

(12,517)

1890

(12,083)

1900

(11,844)

1910

(12,827)

1920

(12,441)

1930

(11,568)

1940

(9,835)

1950

(8,558)

1960

(7,506)

1970

(6,416)

1980

(5,959)

1990

(4,867)

2000

(4,452)

 

 

Ottawa County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 27, 1860

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Ottawa County

County Seat:

Minneapolis

Origin of Name:

Named for the Ottawa Indian tribe.  Created in 1860 and organized in 1866.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Minneapolis (city)

2,046

Bennington Township

1,116

Blaine Township

111

Buckeye Township

101

Center Township

72

Chapman Township

67

Concord Township

209

Culver Township

318

Durham Township

25

Fountain Township

190

Garfield Township

95

Grant Township

93

Henry Township

22

Lincoln Township

143

Logan Township

82

Morton Township

498

Ottawa Township

49

Richland Township

218

Sheridan Township

589

Sherman Township

67

Stanton Township

52

Total population:

6,163

 

 

Township map of Ottawa County, 2000

Population:

1870

(2,127)

1880

(10,307)

1890

(12,581)

1900

(11,182)

1910

(11,811)

1920

(10,714)

1930

(9,819)

1940

(9,224)

1950

(7,265)

1960

(6,779)

1970

(6,183)

1980

(5,971)

1990

(5,634)

2000

(6,163)

 

 

Pawnee County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Pawnee County

County Seat:

Larned

Origin of Name:

Organized in 1872.  County seat, Larned.  Named for the once powerful tribe of Pawnee Indians, the area of this county having been included in their original hunting grounds.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Larned (city)

4,236

Ash Valley Township

49

Browns Grove Township

310

Conkling Township

26

Garfield Township

259

Grant Township

234

Keysville Township

55

Larned Township

266

Lincoln Township

28

Logan Township

48

Morton Township

56

Orange Township

73

Pawnee Township

82

Pleasant Grove Township

230

Pleasant Ridge Township

56

Pleasant Valley Township

128

River Township

87

Santa Fe Township

788

Sawmill Township

24

Shiley Township

28

Valley Center Township

57

Walnut Township

113

Total population:

7,233

 

 

Township map of Pawnee County, 2000

Population:

1870

(179)

1880

(5,396)

1890

(5,204)

1900

(5,084)

1910

(8,859)

1920

(9,323)

1930

(10,510)

1940

(10,300)

1950

(11,041)

1960

(10,254)

1970

(8,484)

1980

(8,065)

1990

(7,555)

2000

(7,233)

 

 

Phillips County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Phillips County

County Seat:

Phillipsburg

Origin of Name:

In honor of William Phillips, a Free State man who was murdered at Leavenworth on 1 Sept 1856 by Frederick Emory and his pro-slave 'law-and-order' militia.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Phillipsburg (city)

2,668

Arcade Township

96

Beaver Township

54

Belmont Township

113

Bow Creek Township

44

Crystal Township

59

Dayton Township

53

Deer Creek Township

67

Freedom Township

85

Glenwood Township

42

Granite Township

21

Greenwood Township

45

Kirwin Township

307

Logan Township

666

Long Island Township

251

Mound Township

129

Phillipsburg Township

257

Plainview Township

23

Plum Township

447

Prairie View Township

220

Rushville Township

23

Solomon Township

226

Sumner Township

43

Towanda Township

26

Valley Township

22

Walnut Township

14

Total population:

6,001

 

 

Township map of Phillips County, 2000

Population:

1880

(12,014)

1890

(13,661)

1900

(14,442)

1910

(14,150)

1920

(12,505)

1930

(12,159)

1940

(10,435)

1950

(9,273)

1960

(8,709)

1970

(7,888)

1980

(7,406)

1990

(6,590)

2000

(6,001)

 

 

Pottawatomie County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 20, 1857

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Pottawatomie County

County Seat:

Westmoreland

Origin of Name:

Organized in 1856.  Named for the Pottawatomie Indians, whose reservation at the opening of the Kansas Territory for settlement, and for years afterward, embraced a large portion of the county’s geographical area.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Manhattan (city)

3

Belvue Township

404

Blue Township

1,802

Blue Valley Township

339

Center Township

104

Clear Creek Township

113

Emmett Township

478

Grant Township

293

Green Township

188

Lincoln Township

124

Lone Tree Township

239

Louisville Township

735

Mill Creek Township

1,000

Pottawatomie Township

499

Rock Creek Township

653

Shannon Township

235

Sherman Township

126

Spring Creek Township

61

St. Clere Township

83

St. George Township

2,629

St. Marys Township

2,789

Union Township

164

Vienna Township

92

Wamego Township

5,056

Total population:

18,209

 

 

Township map of Pottawatomie County, 2000

Population:

1860

(1,529)

1870

(7,848)

1880

(16,350)

1890

(17,722)

1900

(18,470)

1910

(17,522)

1920

(16,154)

1930

(15,862)

1940

(14,015)

1950

(12,344)

1960

(11,957)

1970

(11,755)

1980

(14,782)

1990

(16,128)

2000

(18,209)

 

 

Pratt County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Pratt County

County Seat:

Pratt

Origin of Name:

Organized in 1873, county seat Iuka, but not recognized in consequence of frauds.  Pratt is now the county seat.  Organized constitutionally in 1879.  Named 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:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Pratt (city)

6,570

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]

Richland Township

[defunct]

Saratoga Township

[defunct]

Springvale Township

[defunct]

Township No. 10

191

Township No. 11

496

Township No. 12

961

Township No. 6

565

Township No. 7

366

Township No. 8

181

Township No. 9

317

Valley Township

[defunct]

Total population:

9,647

 

 

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)

 

 

Rawlins County, Kansas

Date Established:

March 20, 1873

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Rawlins County

County Seat:

Atwood

Origin of Name:

For John A. Rawlins (1831-1869), Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's chief of staff and closest friend during the Civil War; he died a few months after accepting the position of Secretary of War in Grant's first presidential administration.  Organized in 1881.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Achilles Township

83

Atwood Township

1,330

Center Township

363

Driftwood Township

84

Herl Township

386

Jefferson Township

34

Ludell Township

136

Mirage Township

43

Rocewood Township

448

Union Township

59

Total population:

2,966

 

 

Township map of Rawlins County, 2000

Population:

1880

(1,623)

1890

(6,756)

1900

(5,241)

1910

(6,380)

1920

(6,799)

1930

(7,362)

1940

(6,618)

1950

(5,728)

1960

(5,279)

1970

(4,393)

1980

(4,105)

1990

(3,404)

2000

(2,966)

 

 

Reno County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Reno County

County Seat:

Hutchinson

Origin of Name:

In memory of Gen. Jesse L. Reno (1823-1862). Commander of the Union 9th Army Corps, he was killed at the Battle of South Mountain (Maryland) on 14 Sept 1862.  Organized in 1872.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Hutchinson (city)

40,787

Nickerson (city)

1,194

Albion Township

837

Arlington Township

621

Bell Township

87

Castleton Township

256

Center Township

672

Clay Township

3,302

Enterprise Township

139

Grant Township

1,307

Grove Township

64

Haven Township

1,592

Hayes Township

106

Huntsville Township

118

Langdon Township

160

Lincoln Township

703

Little River Township

1,881

Loda Township

119

Medford Township

144

Medora Township

1,594

Miami Township

521

Ninnescah Township

226

North Hayes Township

[defunct]

Plevna Township

235

Reno Township

4,496

Roscoe Township

108

Salt Creek Township

483

Sumner Township

547

Sylvia Township

393

Troy Township

112

Valley Township

887

Walnut Township

114

Westminster Township

243

Yoder Township

742

Total population:

64,790

 

 

Township map of Reno County, 2000

Population:

1880

(12,826)

1890

(27,079)

1900

(29,027)

1910

(37,853)

1920

(44,423)

1930

(47,785)

1940

(52,165)

1950

(54,058)

1960

(59,055)

1970

(60,765)

1980

(64,983)

1990

(62,389)

2000

(64,790)

 

 

Republic County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 27, 1860

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Republic County

County Seat:

Belleville

Origin of Name:

Organized in 1868.  Received its name from the Republican river, which extends through the county. The river was so called because many years ago the valley of that stream was the seat of the "Pawnee Republic," a designation given to a principal division of the Pawnee Indians, or Panis, as they were originally known.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Belleville (city)

2,239

Albion Township

174

Beaver Township

137

Belleville Township

231

Big Bend Township

242

Courtland Township

450

Elk Creek Township

175

Fairview Township

155

Farmington Township

81

Freedom Township

186

Grant Township

77

Jefferson Township

107

Liberty Township

52

Lincoln Township

103

Norway Township

163

Richland Township

318

Rose Creek Township

170

Scandia Township

541

Union Township

51

Washington Township

95

White Rock Township

88

Total population:

5,835

 

 

Township map of Republic County, 2000

Population:

1870

(1,281)

1880

(14,913)

1890

(19,002)

1900

(18,248)

1910

(17,447)

1920

(15,855)

1930

(14,745)

1940

(13,124)

1950

(11,478)

1960

(9,768)

1970

(8,498)

1980

(7,569)

1990

(6,482)

2000

(5,835)

 

 

Rice County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Rice County

County Seat:

Lyons

Origin of Name:

In memory of Brig.-General Samuel A. Rice (1828-1864), U. S. Volunteers, who died 6 July 1864 of wounds received at Jenkins' Ferry, Ark.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Lyons (city)

3,732

Sterling (city)

2,642

Atlanta Township

233

Bell Township

18

Center Township

136

East Washington Township

179

Eureka Township

65

Farmer Township

441

Galt Township

51

Harrison Township

192

Lincoln Township

577

Mitchell Township

131

Odessa Township

55

Pioneer Township

101

Raymond Township

185

Rockville Township

134

Sterling Township

223

Union Township

741

Valley Township

276

Victoria Township

364

West Washington Township

138

Wilson Township

147

Total population:

10,761

 

 

Township map of Rice County, 2000

Population:

1870

(5)

1880

(9,292)

1890

(14,451)

1900

(14,745)

1910

(15,106)

1920

(14,832)

1930

(13,800)

1940

(17,213)

1950

(15,635)

1960

(13,909)

1970

(12,320)

1980

(11,900)

1990

(10,610)

2000

(10,761)

 

 

Riley County, Kansas

Date Established:

August 25, 1855

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Riley County

County Seat:

Manhattan

Origin of Name:

In honor of Maj. Gen. Bennett Riley (1787-1853), who commanded the first military escort along the Santa Fe Trail in 1829.  Organized in 1855.

History:

Fort Riley was established as Camp Center in 1853 to help defend against raiding Indians. It was renamed Fort Riley later that year in honor of Major General Bennet Riley.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Manhattan (city)

44,828

Ashland Township

150

Bala Township

762

Center Township

81

Fancy Creek Township

126

Fort Riley Township

[defunct]

Grant Township

833

Jackson Township

326

Madison Township

8,173

Manhattan Township

3,275

May Day Township

78

Ogden Township

2,423

Seven Mile Township

[defunct]

Sherman Township

524

Swede Creek Township

157

Wildcat Township

750

Zeandale Township

357

Total population:

62,843

 

 

Township map of Riley County, 2000

Population:

1860

(1,224)

1870

(5,105)

1880

(10,430)

1890

(13,183)

1900

(13,828)

1910

(15,783)

1920

(20,650)

1930

(19,882)

1940

(20,617)

1950

(33,405)

1960

(41,914)

1970

(56,788)

1980

(63,505)

1990

(67,139)

2000

(62,843)

 

 

Rooks County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Rooks County

County Seat:

Stockton

Origin of Name:

In memory of Pvt. John C. Rooks, Co. I, 11th Kansas Cavalry, who died 11 Dec 1862 in Fayetteville, Ark., of wounds received in action at Prairie Grove on 7 Dec.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Alcona Township

[defunct]

Ash Rock Township

[defunct]

Belmont Township

[defunct]

Bow Creek Township

[defunct]

Corning Township

[defunct]

Fairview Township

[defunct]

Farmington Township

[defunct]

Greenfield Township

[defunct]

Hobart Township

[defunct]

Iowa Township

[defunct]

Lanark Township

[defunct]

Logan Township

[defunct]

Lowell Township

[defunct]

Medicine Township

[defunct]

Northampton Township

[defunct]

Paradise Township

[defunct]

Plainville Township

[defunct]

Richland Township

[defunct]

Rush Township

[defunct]

Stockton Township

[defunct]

Sugar Loaf Township

[defunct]

Township No. 1

280

Township No. 10

197

Township No. 11

2,380

Township No. 12

183

Township No. 2

382

Township No. 3

1,489

Township No. 4

27

Township No. 5

74

Township No. 6

60

Township No. 7

218

Township No. 8

344

Township No. 9

51

Twin Mound Township

[defunct]

Walton Township

[defunct]

Total population:

5,685

 

 

Township map of Rooks County, 2000

Population:

1880

(8,112)

1890

(8,018)

1900

(7,960)

1910

(11,282)

1920

(9,966)

1930

(9,534)

1940

(8,497)

1950

(9,043)

1960

(9,734)

1970

(7,628)

1980

(7,006)

1990

(6,039)

2000

(5,685)

 

 

Rush County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Rush County

County Seat:

LaCrosse

Origin of Name:

In memory of Alexander Rush, captain of Co. H, 2nd Kansas Colored Infantry, who was killed in action at Jenkins' Ferry, Ark., on 30 Apr 1864.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Alexander Township

[defunct]

Alexander-Belle Prairie Township

139

Banner Township

191

Belle Prairie Township

[defunct]

Big Timber Township

164

Brookdale Township

[defunct]

Center Township

256

Fairview Township

[defunct]

Garfield Township

132

Hampton Township

[defunct]

Hampton-Fairview Township

304

Illinois Township

47

La Crosse Township

[defunct]

La Crosse-Brookdale Township

1,475

Lone Star Township

319

Pioneer Township

426

Pleasantdale Township

33

Union Township

65

Total population:

3,551

 

 

Township map of Rush County, 2000

Population:

1880

(5,490)

1890

(5,204)

1900

(6,134)

1910

(7,826)

1920

(8,360)

1930

(9,093)

1940

(8,285)

1950

(7,231)

1960

(6,160)

1970

(5,117)

1980

(4,516)

1990

(3,842)

2000

(3,551)

 

 

Russell County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Russell County

County Seat:

Russell

Origin of Name:

In memory of Avra P. Russell, captain of Co. K, 2nd Kansas Cavalry, who died 12 Dec 1862 of wounds received in action at Prairie Grove, Ark., on 7 Dec.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Russell (city)

4,696

Big Creek Township

515

Center Township

255

Fairfield Township

42

Fairview Township

526

Grant Township

159

Lincoln Township

147

Luray Township

270

Paradise Township

169

Plymouth Township

319

Russell Township

89

Waldo Township

108

Winterset Township

75

Total population:

7,370

 

 

Township map of Russell County, 2000

Population:

1870

(156)

1880

(7,351)

1890

(7,333)

1900

(8,489)

1910

(10,800)

1920

(10,748)

1930

(11,045)

1940

(13,464)

1950

(13,406)

1960

(11,348)

1970

(9,428)

1980

(8,868)

1990

(7,835)

2000

(7,370)

 

 

Saline County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 15, 1860

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Saline County

County Seat:

Salina

Origin of Name:

Organized in 1859. Named for the Saline ('salty') River, whose waters drain a large area of the county.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Salina (city)

45,679

Cambria Township

450

Dayton Township

134

Elm Creek Township

828

Eureka Township

664

Falun Township

260

Glendale Township

104

Greeley Township

809

Gypsum Township

193

Liberty Township

183

Ohio Township

463

Pleasant Valley Township

422

Smoky Hill Township

324

Smoky View Township

954

Smolan Township

749

Solomon Township

311

Spring Creek Township

395

Summit Township

[defunct]

Walnut Township

553

Washington Township

122

Total population:

53,597

 

 

Township map of Saline County, 2000

Population:

1870

(4,246)

1880

(13,808)

1890

(17,442)

1900

(17,076)

1910

(20,338)

1920

(25,103)

1930

(29,337)

1940

(29,535)

1950

(33,409)

1960

(54,715)

1970

(46,592)

1980

(48,905)

1990

(49,301)

2000

(53,597)

 

 

Scott County, Kansas

Date Established:

March 20, 1873

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Scott County

County Seat:

Scott City

Origin of Name:

Named for Gen. Winfield Scott (1786-1866), hero of the War of 1812 and the Black Hawk War, commander of U.S. forces in the Mexican War, and the first general-in-chief of the Union armies in the Civil War.

History:

The El Quarteljo pueblo in northern Scott County was settled by Taos & Picurie Indians from New Mexico about 1604. They abandoned their settlement, which was a meeting place for Spanish and French travellers, about 1720. Cheyenne Indians from Oklahoma under Dull Knife fought the "Squaws Den" battle against Army troops under the command of William H. Lewis near the site of the pueblo in 1874.
 
        Scott County's boundaries were defined when it was surveyed in 1873. The town of Nixon was founded on the site of modern Scott City about 1879, and homesteaders began arriving about 1874 to claim up to 480 acres of free or low cost land from the government. Early towns named Arcola, Painter, and Zenobia were founded but have vanished. The county was officially organized in 1886 and named for General Winfield Scott (1786-1866) who was commander of the U. S. troops during our war with Mexico. County offices were in the building that housed the WCTU (Women's Christian Temperance Union) Reading Room until a courthouse could be built.
 
        The area had a sort of "boom" when the railroads arrived in 1887. At one time, Scott City was served by four railroads.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Scott City (city)

3,855

Beaver Township

302

Isbel Township

110

Keystone Township

106

Lake Township

95

Michigan Township

88

Scott Township

309

Valley Township

255

Total population:

5,120

 

 

Township map of Scott County, 2000

Population:

1880

(43)

1890

(1,262)

1900

(1,098)

1910

(3,047)

1920

(3,121)

1930

(3,976)

1940

(3,773)

1950

(4,921)

1960

(5,228)

1970

(5,606)

1980

(5,782)

1990

(5,289)

2000

(5,120)

 

 

Sedgwick County, Kansas

Date Established:

February 26, 1867

Date Organized:

 

Location:

Kansas map showing location of Sedgwick  County

County Seat:

Wichita

Origin of Name:

In memory of Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick (1813-1864).  A career soldier, Sedgwick fought in the Seminole and Mexican Wars and served in territorial Kansas, on the Mormon Expedition, and in several frontier Indian campaigns.  While commanding 6th Corps in the Army of the Potomac he was killed by a Confederate sharpshooter at Spotsylvania on 9 May 1864, shortly after assuring his troops that the rebels "couldn't hit an elephant at this distance."

Description:

Sedgwick county is located in south central Kansas. The county has a strong agricultural economy and is home to numerous aircraft industries, earning the title for Wichita of "the airplane capital of the world." The Big and Little Arkansas rivers meet in downtown Wichita, the largest city in the county.

Cities & Townships:

Place

Population (2000 census)

Bel Aire (city)

5,836

Wichita (city)

344,284

Afton Township

1,290

Attica Township

4,959

Delano Township

196

Eagle Township

1,069

Erie Township

106

Garden Plain Township

1,780

Grand River Township

607

Grant Township

3,710

Greeley Township

1,094

Gypsum Township

5,822

Illinois Township

1,620

Kechi Township

8,041

Lincoln Township

473

Minneha Township

5,084

Morton Township

2,380

Ninnescah Township

2,913

Ohio Township

1,146

Park Township

4,128

Payne Township

1,119

Riverside Township

15,694

Rockford Township

20,019

Salem Township

8,411

Sherman Township

1,362

Union Township

2,156

Valley Center Township

3,642

Viola Township

547

Waco Township

3,381

Wichita Township

[defunct]

Total population:

452,869

 

 

Township map of Sedgwick  County, 2000

Population:

1870

(1,095)

1880

(18,753)

1890

(43,626)

1900

(44,037)

1910

(73,095)

1920

(92,234)

1930

(136,330)

1940

(143,311)

1950

(222,290)

1960

(343,231)

1970

(350,694)

1980

(366,531)

1990

(403,662)

2000

(452,869)

 

 

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