Aberdeen, South Dakota
Aberdeen: City in and the county seat of Brown County, South Dakota, United States
Aberdeen is a city located in the county of Brown in the U.S. state of South Dakota. Its population at the 2010 census was 934 and a population density of 23 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 930 inhabitants.
The city was created 143 years ago in 1879.
Quick Facts about Aberdeen
|Population :||930 (2020)|
|Country :||United States of America|
|State :||South Dakota (United States)|
|County :||Brown County|
|Postal code :||57401–57402|
|Phone Area Codes :||605|
|Area :||41.33 km2|
|Altitude :||1,302 feet / 397 meters|
|Capital city :||Aberdeen is capital of Brown County|
|Establishment :||January 01, 1880 (143 years ago)|
|Time Zone :||UTC−06:00|
|Local time :||18:21:03 (3rd December 2023)|
|Density :||23 Pop. per km² as of 2020|
|Population growth :||-0.43% (2010-2020)|
|Weather :||11℉ Mostly Clear 7-days weather|
According to census records, the population of Aberdeen decreased by 0.43% in 10 years.
People born in Aberdeen (54)
- Tom Daschle (South Dakota politician) he was born in 09/12/1947
- Glenn Hartranft (Track and field athlete, American football and baseball coach) he was born in 03/12/1901
- David C. Jones (U.S. Air Force general) he was born in 09/07/1921
- David Premack (American psychologist) he was born in 26/10/1925
- Joseph Hansen (American crime writer and poet, best known for a series of novels featuring private eye Dave Brandstetter) he was born in 19/07/1923
- Michael Dugan (Recipient of the Purple Heart medal) he was born in 22/02/1937
- Terry Francona (baseball player and manager from the United States) he was born in 22/04/1959
- John Cacavas (Composer and conductor (1930-2014)) he was born in 13/08/1930
- Bruce Baillie (American film director) he was born in 24/09/1931
- Justin Duchscherer (American baseball player) he was born in 19/11/1977
- Sam Barry (American football, basketball, and baseball player and coach) he was born in 17/12/1892
- Angie Buhl (American politician) she was born in 19/01/1985
- Bill Thompson (South Dakota politician, born 1949) he was born in 14/05/1949
- Burt Elliott (American politician) he was born in 23/07/1947
- Debra Monroe (American writer) she was born in 15/07/1958
- Harry Neal Baum (American author) he was born in 18/12/1889
- James E. Smith (American politician) he was born in 29/09/1930
- John Hoffman (American baseball player) he was born in 31/10/1943
Schools in Aberdeen
College & universities near Aberdeen, SD
|219259||Northern State University||Aberdeen (SD)||57401-7198|
Post offices near Aberdeen
|Post Office Name||City||ZIP|
|Aberdeen Post Office||Aberdeen (SD)||57401|
Other places with the same name (7)
- Aberdeen , Washington city in Grays Harbor County, Washington, USA with a population of 16,827 people.
- Aberdeen , Maryland city in Harford County, Maryland, United States with a population of 15,964 people.
- Aberdeen , North Carolina town in Moore County, North Carolina, United States with a population of 8,339 people.
- Aberdeen , Mississippi city in Mississippi, United States with a population of 5,268 people.
- Aberdeen , Idaho city in Bingham County, Idaho, United States with a population of 1,977 people.
- Aberdeen , Ohio city in and the county seat of Brown County, South Dakota, United States with a population of 1,609 people.
Other cities in Brown County
Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Brown County , SD.
|Bath||747||Unincorporated community in South Dakota|
|Warner||593||Town in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Ordway||295||Township in Brown County, South Dakota|
|Claremont||122||Town in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Groton||121||City in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Columbia||108||City in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Westport||107||Town in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Putney||104||Human settlement in United States of America|
|Stratford||74||Town in South Dakota, United States of America|
|Frederick||61||Town in Brown County, South Dakota, United States|
|Hecla||52||Township in Brown County, South Dakota|