Marshall County, SD

County in Northeast SD

Marshall County, which originally was part of Day County, was created by an act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Dakota on March 13, 1885. An election in Day and Marshall County in May 1885 approved the act. The county was named after Marshall Vincent, a Day County commissioner. The June 1885 census of Marshall County showed 2187 people, and the assessed valuation was $400,000.

Sponsors of Marshall County, SD

Since the founding of our communities, organizations, businesses and citizens have stepped forward to build and serve their community. Click on any of the logos below to learn about those who made this website possible! If you would like to learn about becoming a sponsor CLICK HERE!

Towns of Marshall County, SD

The small towns of the Midwest are rich in history and a great way of life! Below you can visit and learn about the small towns we call home! Towns that have their name highlighted have become FEATURED TOWNS. Businesses/organizations from these towns have stepped forward as SPONSORS enabling us to include (or will include as acquired) stories and website links to ALL their community organizations (chambers, groups and departments, etc.), stories and website links to ALL their points of interest, annual festivals/events and stories done about their citizens, veterans and faith community. To learn how to become a featured town CLICK HERE!

Businesses of Marshall County, SD

The businesses of our towns are truly the lifeblood of each community, click on any businesses below to learn about them, to learn how to add your business to your town and county page CLICK HERE!