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Reeder, ND -- U.S. city in North Dakota
Population (2000): 181
Housing Units (2000): 130
Land area (2000): 0.614706 sq. miles (1.592082 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.614706 sq. miles (1.592082 sq. km)
FIPS code: 65900
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 46.107065 N, 102.942637 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 58649
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Reeder, ND

Reeder may refer to:

  • Reeder (surname)
Reeder (surname)

Reeder is an English and German surname. Notable people with the surname include the following:

  • Andrew Horatio Reeder (1807-1864), first governor of the Territory of Kansas
  • Annika Reeder (born 1979), British artistic gymnast
  • Bertha S. Reeder (1892-1982), American Mormon missionary
  • Carolyn Reeder, American author
  • Conrad Reeder (born 1954), Recording artist, singer songwriter and playwright
  • Dan Reeder (born 1961), American former footballer
  • Eggert Reeder (1894—1959), German civil servant and Nazi administrator
  • Francis Reeder (1850-1908), English-born New Zealand cricketer
  • Icicle Reeder (1858-1913), American Major League baseball player
  • J. G. Reeder, fictional character in stories by Edgar Wallace
  • Jim Reeder (1925-1972), American baseball player
  • Joe R. Reeder (born 1947), American lawyer
  • Kat Reeder, Peruvian-American artist
  • Levi Branson Reeder (1865-?), U.S. attorney and Republican politician
  • Mark Reeder (born 1958), British musician and record producer
  • Pierre De Reeder (born 1973), American musician
  • Russell Reeder (1902-1998), U.S. Army officer and author
  • Scott Reeder (bassist) (born 1965), American bass player
  • Scott Reeder (drummer), American drummer
  • Scott Reeder (artist) (born 1970), American artist and filmmaker
  • William A. Reeder (1849-1929), American Representative from Kansas

Usage examples of "reeder".

Laura Lightner, Tom Thomas, Shannon Story, Cerelle Simmons, Linda Reeder, Janice Zimmerman, the Bitkowers, dear friends in Kerrville and Weatherford, and of course, the Sunday night Acorn-heads.

He was addressing Mr Reeder and Mr Semple, who had waylaid him on the way out from lunch.

Mr and Miss Loveday, the latter wearing her usual garments but flourishing a black-edged handkerchief and nursing a pair of unworn black kid gloves, the Second Master, whose name was Regison, Mr Reeder, the School bursar, the School secretary, Mr Sugg, and a Housemaster named Mr Poundbury who had his own reasons for being an interested party.

Reeder and his bold men arrived at Golders Green, there was Tommy and three friends playing a quiet game of auction bridge, and the only Treasury notes discoverable were veritable old masters.

In the previous October, Reeder had been chosen Free-soil delegate to Congress.