Steele

Steele is a town in the Coteaus and Plains area of North Dakota. It has a population of about 761 people.

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The town is named after the founder, Wilbur Steele, who bought the land from the Northern Pacific Railroad and erected a 3-story brick building in 1881 hoping to convince politicians to select Steele as the state capital. When that scheme did not succeed, he sold the building to the county, and it is now the Kidder County Courthouse (see below).

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Routes through Steele

Dickinson Bismarck  W  E  Dawson Fargo
Rugby Harvey  N  S  Dawson Ipswich


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