City of ainsworth

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Captain James Edward Ainsworth

Ainsworth is named for Captain James E. Ainsworth. Captain Ainsworth was the chief construction engineer of the Fremont, Elkhorn, and Missouri Valley Railroad. He arrived at the town site in June of 1882. 160 acres of free land was claimed under certain provisions that improvements be made specified by the government, Ainsworth was platted in 1883 and was incorporated as a village in December 1883.

Elevation: 2,588 feet

Location: Latitude 42.55 N, Longitude: 99.86222 W

Population (as of the 2010 Census): 1,729

Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic 98%; Other Races 2%

County: Brown County - Population (as of the 2010 Census): 3,354

City Operation: 

Fire Protection: 36 volunteer

Fire Insurance: Class 6

Police Protection: 4

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