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Just an interesting item that came over the coordinators' mailing list.
Thought some of you might find it interesting.
Have you ever wondered what Iowa might have looked like had the people of
not twice rejected the boundary proposal of the Constitutional Convention of
1844? Thanks to MaryAlice Schwanke's contribution to the History Project you
now see several of the maps and read some of the discussions that took place
during the development of the Iowa boundaries by the Congress 1844-1846.
http://iagenweb.org/history/IMBHI/directory.htm Very interesting subject.
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Please check out the Iowa History Project's great new database!! Alumni and
Ex-Students of Iowa State College, 1872-1914
http://iagenweb.org/history/ISC/ISC_TOC.htm . Not only does this database
the "Alumni and Ex-Students" by name, but you will also find what their
was and residence in 1914, and 1914 and 1917 notes, photos and bios from
the class of 1917!
Received this from the coordinators' mailing list. Looks like a great
resource! I didn't find anyone from Decatur County in my quick search the other
day but there are people from many, many Iowa counties as well as other
states. Take a look!
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Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, IACRAWFO. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Crawford County, Iowa including the surrounding region of southwest central Iowa.
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