Walsh County, North Dakota


Dundee, North Dakota (Historic)
Peak Population: 25 in 1890
Post Office Established: April 12, 1881 and closed December 31, 1887
Post Office Re-established: March 22, 1888, closed October 31, 1902
Location: Sec. 17-158-55
Township: DundeeTwp. (6 miles E/NE of Edinburg)
Other Names: None

“DUNDEE was a rural community located in Sec. 17-158-55, Dundee Twp., 6 miles E-NE of Edinburg. Some say it was named for Dundee Twp., Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, while others say it was named for Dundee, Ontario, Canada, both of which were named for Dundee, Scotland. The post office was established April 12, 1881, with Ole Olveson as postmaster, and it closed December 31, 1887, with mail going to Lampton. It reopened on March 22, 1888, but closed for good October 31, 1902, with mail going to Edinburg. A population of 25 was reported in 1890, but the lack of a railroad led to its demise.” 2

Events Calendar
  • Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
Become a Member
  • Be involved in conserving the past for future generations.
  • Share your love of genealogical research.
  • Join as a family and teach your children the importance of the past.
  • Get involved in community activities.
  • CLICK HERE to become a member!
Contact Us
Please select a valid form
Seeking Your Family History
The WCHS would like to create an online extension of the Walsh Heritage 4-volume biographies If you would like to add your Walsh County family to this publication...CLICK HERE!

Home | Contact | Links

Copyright © 2013. All Rights Reserved.