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Johnson County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 4,175 square miles , of which 4,166 square miles is.

About Johnson County, WY

Johnson County is a county located in the north central part of the U.S. state of Wyoming . As of the 2010 census , the population was 8,569. Johnson County lies to the southeast of the Bighorn mountains along Interstate 25 and Interstate 90 . Buffalo is the county seat . Kaycee is the only other incorporated town in the county. The Powder River flows northward through eastern Johnson County.

Johnson County was created on December 8, 1875 as Pease County from parts of Albany , Carbon , and Sweetwater Counties. The county was originally named for Dr. E.L. Pease of Uinta County , . In 1879, the county was renamed Johnson, for E.P. Johnson, a Cheyenne attorney. In 1888, Sheridan County was created from a portion of Johnson County. In 1890, Big Horn County was created from Johnson County along with land from Fremont County and Sheridan County . In 1911, the boundaries of Johnson County and adjacent Crook , Natrona and Weston Counties were adjusted to run along federal land survey lines. In April, 1892, Johnson County was the scene of the Johnson County War , a range war between large cattle outfits and small stockgrowers .

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