Elizabeth Township

Elizabeth Township, organized September 5, 1870, was named in honor of the wife of Rudolph Niggler, a pioneer merchant, at whose store the first township meeting was held. Its railway village bearing this name, platted in 1872, was incorporated November 21, 1884.

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

About The Area

Population: 819
Area: 35.5133
Major Lakes: Devils, Jewett, Long, Mason
Minor Civil Division: 2711118584
Township and Range: T 134N - R 43W

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Commissioner District: District 2
Cities in this Township:

Plat Books Last Updated: May 2018

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