Ypsilanti is an unincorporated census-designated place and a township in Stutsman County, North Dakota. The community was platted by William Colby and Lloyd DePuy around 1879, and named for the city by that name in Michigan, which was the hometown of William Colby. The township was organized in 1908. Ypsilanti is southeast of Jamestown, which is the nearest city, and southwest of Valley City. Topics related to either the township or the townsite are appropriate for this category.
A brief history and introduction to the schools that have operated within the town of Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Township, and Corwin Township, in Stutsman County, North Dakota, are offered, along with the names of administrators, teachers, and students who have served or attended Ypsilanti community schools.
Ypsilanti, North Dakota 58497
Covering the town of Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Township, and Corwin Township, the site features demographic data, profiles of area businesses, churches, schools, and organizations, as well as brief biographies of early settlers. Historical and contemporary photographs are included, along with video and other resources.