Grant County

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EtymologyEdit

Most are named after Ulysses S. Grant, except Indiana (Samuel and Moses Grant), Kentucky (Colonel John Grant) and Wisconsin (an Indian trader).

Proper nounEdit

Grant County

  1. One of 75 counties in Arkansas, United States. County seat: Sheridan.
  2. One of 92 counties in Indiana, United States. County seat: Marion.
  3. One of 105 counties in Kansas, United States. County seat: Ulysses.
  4. One of 120 counties in Kentucky, United States. County seat: Williamstown.
  5. One of 87 counties in Minnesota, United States. County seat: Elbow Lake.
  6. One of 93 counties in Nebraska, United States. County seat: Hyannis.
  7. One of 33 counties in New Mexico, United States. County seat: Silver City.
  8. One of 53 counties in North Dakota, United States. County seat: Carson.
  9. One of 77 counties in Oklahoma, United States. County seat: Medford.
  10. One of 36 counties in Oregon, United States. County seat: Canyon City.
  11. One of 66 counties in South Dakota, United States. County seat: Milbank.
  12. One of 39 counties in Washington, United States. County seat: Ephrata.
  13. One of 55 counties in West Virginia, United States. County seat: Petersburg.
  14. One of 72 counties in Wisconsin, United States. County seat: Lancaster.

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