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Stanton County was organized on June 17, 1887, by William H. Quick; Charles Sooper; Frank Woodruff; and A. N. Fisher. Named for Edwin M. Stanton, Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of War, the county conatins the cities of Manter and Johnson City.

 

County Seat: Johnson City, Kansas

Date organized:June 17,1887

County History:

Stanton County on Wikipedia 

Stanton County on Kansapedia 

Historic Landmarks, State, National:

National and State Register of Historic Places 

County Historical Society:

Stanton County Historical Society 104 E Highland Ave, Johnson, Kansas | Facebook 

Websites about the county:

Stanton County Government 

Chamber of Commerce for Johnson City, Kansas  | Facebook 

 

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