Walsh County, North Dakota


Nash, North Dakota (Census-designated Place)
Type: Railroad Station built in 1890
Township: Farmington Township
Location: SE 1/4 Sec. 30-158-53
Post Office Established: July 11, 1891
Postmaster: Charles Hanson
Zip Code: 58264
Peak Population: 55 in 1940

NASH: This is a Great Northern Railroad loading station built in 1890 in SE ¼ Sec. 30-158-53, Farmington Twp., six miles NW of Grafton. The post office was established July 11, 1891, with Charles Hanson as postmaster. The Zip Code is 58264, and a peak population of 55 was recorded in 1940. It was named for the Nash brothers, pioneer settlers in the area, who later established a fruit store in Grafton, and a wholesale grocery business in Grand Forks, which evolved into the Nash-Fiinch Company. 2 (1,2,18,39,40,75,79). Pg 135.

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