Story Of Lee County Iowa

Author: Nelson Commins 1856- Ed Roberts
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Story Of Lee County Iowa

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This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.

The History Of Lee County Iowa

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Less than half a century ago there was not a schoolhouse in the territory now
embraced in the domain of the great State of Iowa. Now there are 10,196 of them,
from the ordinary frame structure of one room and one story, to magnificent brick
and stone edifices of two and three stories and numerous departments, and
colleges and seminaries equal in all respects to the colleges and other
institutions of learning in any of the original thirteen State3. In Lee County alone,
there are 119 ...

Us 61 Us 218 And Ia 394 Highway Improvements Lewis County Clark County Mo Lee County Henry County Ia

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M1166 1111 11111166 1 1 i - ' I l l Cnnton to Vincennes Alternatives 18 (60) 18 (
691 1 I 1 4| (I35) 30 (100) Visual Intrusion, Minor Access Relocation, Freeway
Altemntives Only 61 (200) 1, IE, 3, 4 and Improve Existing Plate SE A. Musgrove
Residence Two-Story Frame House Built On U.S. 61 Approximately 0.6 km l, IE, 3
, 4, 5, 8, 9 and Clark County, Missouri Late 19th or Early 20th (0.4 mi) North of
Clark County Improve Existing Criterion C Century Route 318 Plate 9 Isaac
Campbell ...

The History Of Lee County Iowa

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Skunk River heads in Hamilton County, Iowa, and flows through Story, Polk.
Jasper, Marion, Mahaska, Keokuk, Washington, touches Jefferson, then through
Henry, and divides Lee and Des Moines. Origin of the name.-—The name comes
from the Sac and Fox Indian word, Che-qua-que, which means skunk. The
adoption of the English translation, skunk, does not evince any great poetical
taste, but the pride of the dwellers along its course is somewhat gratified when
they call to mind ...