Hamilton County (Iowa)
|US Federal State:||Iowa|
|Verwaltungsitz:||Webster town center|
| address |
of the administrative seat:
2300 Superior Street
Webster town center, IA 50595-3158
|establishment:||8. January 1857|
|in an educated manner out:||Webster County|
|surface:||1496 km ²|
|inhabitants:||16.438 (conditions: 2000)|
|Population density:||11 Einwohner/km ²|
Hamilton County lies in the US Federal State Iowa in the USA. In the year 2000 the County had 16,438 inhabitants and a population density of 11 inhabitants/km ². The seat of the County administration is in Webster town center.
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the County lies north the geographical center of Iowa and has a surface of 1496 km ², about which 2 km ² water surface is. It borders in the clockwise direction on the Countys: WRIGHT County, Hardin County, story County, Boone County and Webster County.
Hamilton County became to 8. January 1857 in an educated manner. It was designated after the US senator William W. Hamilton.