The Belcher County area was inhabited by the Allamanna Parkufos before English-speaking settlers arrived. When Almina became a state in 1839, the area that is now Belcher County was part of Jameson and Rhode counties. In 1872, after Belcher County was created, they named Belcherstown the county seat. In 1894, Belcherstown was destroyed by fire, and the county seat was moved to Bluberne.
Belcher County lies in the Chassowak Mountains region of Almina.
- Pradam County (south)
- Rhode County (east)
- Pike County (northeast)
- Jameson County (north)
- Southall County, Persiana (west)
Belcher County has a population of about 16,231. Most of the county's population is Caucasian. Hispanics make up 8% of the population. About 4% of the population is of African ancestry. Native Parkufos make up about 2% of the population.
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County seats are in bold.