Mazeppa Township, Grant County, South Dakota
Mazeppa Township - located in Grant County, State of South Dakota, United States. The population is 79 people in the 2000 census. 47% of the inhabitants of the village of Mazeppa German origin, and 11% of the Irish, the rest of the Norwegian and English. was named in honor of Hetman Ivan Mazepa.
Supposedly founded by Charles and Ernestine Kors in 1885.
The city has a total area of 134.075 km ². State of South Dakota highway number 81 is the main road route for residents of the city.
As of 2000 there were 79 people, consists of people employed in agricultural production.
Population density - 0.59 persons per square kilometer. Men - 53.16%, female - 46.84%. The racial makeup of the city - white. The age structure of population :0–9 years - 20.25%, 10-19 - 2.53%, 20–29 years - 16.46%, 30–39 years - 16.46%, 40–49 years - 11.39%, 50–59 years - 6.33%, 60–69 years - 12.66%, the years 70-79 - 10.13%.
16% Mazeppa residents aged 25 and older have a bachelor's degree or have graduated from college.