Buse Township

Buse Township was organized October 3, 1870. “Ernest Buse, in whose honor the township was named, was one of the earliest settlers and became on of the most influential men of the county.” He was born in 1836; came to Minnesota in 1857, when his parents settled at Red Wing; served in the Third Minnesota regiment; 1864-5; was the first homesteader on the site of Fergus Falls, 1869; removed to Vancouver, B.C.; returned to Minnesota , a resided at Red Lake Falls; died during a visit in Lodi, California, February 1, 1914.

Source: The Book “Minnesota Geographic Names: Their Origin and Historic Significance” Volume 17 – 1920 By Warren Upham”

About The Area

Population: 491
Area: 30.46217
Major Lakes: Dayton Hollow Reservoir, Horseshoe, Pebble
Minor Civil Division: 2711108938
Township and Range: T 132N - R 43W

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Commissioner District: District 3
Cities in this Township:

Plat Books Last Updated: May 2016

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