Crook County

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Crook County is named for George Crook, who was a General in the American Civil War and in the Indian Wars.


Created:  December 8, 1875
County Seat:

Sundance 1875 – present

County Courthouse – Sundance

Location:  309 Cleveland Street / North 3rd Street

Built:  1966 – 1967
Style:  Modern
Architect:  Frederic H Port, Jr
Contractor:  Weber Construction Company, Inc.
Description:  The building faces south and is a one story buff colored brick and concrete structure. The south front has central entrance with overhang. The windows are on the east side of the front, and have brown colored panels above and below each window. A brown band runs at the roof line which is flat. The basement of the building houses a museum.


Note:  The previous courthouse has been constructed in 1888 and remodeled in 1936.



N – Powder River County, Montana and Carter County, Montana

E – Butte County, South Dakota and Lawrence County, South Dakota

S – Weston County

W – Campbell County

















Photos taken 2009