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Altoona, Iowa
History, Historical Society
Waverly, Iowa
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
First large hotel and stagecoach stop in the area, built in 1862. Houses pioneer artifacts of Bremer County.
Clinton, Iowa
General, History, Historical Society
The purpose of the museum is to preserve and promote the history of Clinton County by interpreting historical artifacts for its residents and interested persons.
Hopkinton, Iowa
Historical Society
N/A
Burlington, Iowa
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Sitting proudly at the top of Snake Alley, the Garrett-Phelps House Museum in historic Burlington, Iowa, sheltered three generations of one family for over 100 years.
Burlington, Iowa
General, History, Historical Society
A museum featuring the history of Des Moines County, as well as a heritage center.
Dows, Iowa
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Built in 1896, the depot was the first one built in Wright County and operated as a working depot until 1980. Passengers rode the trains to nearby towns and many commercial products were shipped by rail such as poultry, farm products, and coal. The Dows Historical Society raised enough money to purchase and restore the depot in 1988, and today it is known as The Dows Depot Welcome Center. It has been placed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Hampton, Iowa
Historical Society
N/A
Shenandoah, Iowa
Archaeology, Historical Society, Military, Science
A museum to preserve the history of Shenandoah and southwest Iowa featuring the Morman settlement of Manti, and old time radio days with Earl May of KMA and Henry Field of KFNF.
Burlington, Iowa
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
The Hawkeye Log Cabin Museum local high on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River.
Maquoketa, Iowa
Historical Society
A local history museum, machine shed of antique agricultural equipment, period rooms, natural history, country school and programs.
Kalona, Iowa
Historical Society
N/A
Kellogg, Iowa
Historical Society
A seven building complex preserving and promoting Kellogg's heritage.
Wapello, Iowa
Historical Society
N/A
Marshalltown, Iowa
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Historical Society was formed in 1908 to provide a public link to Marshall County's past. It exists to collect, store, and preserve artifacts and documents that were used or manufactured in Marshall County. The Historical Society Museum building associated with the Society was opened to the public in 1987 at the current location in Marshalltown, Iowa. The museum displays the Society's collections that illustrate and interpret Marshall County's natural and human history.
Sibley, Iowa
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Mission is to protech Osceola County History. Major projects: 1) looking for Osceola County memorabilia, 2) Sibley High School memorabilia, 3) build an exhibit case to house WWII uniforms and memorabilia.
Kalona, Iowa
Historical Society
N/A
Oskaloosa, Iowa
Historical Society
Founded in 1844, the Nelson homestead is one of the premier historic attractions in Mahaska County. The property, maintained by the Mahaska County Historical Society, Inc., a non-profit, educational institution, now features historic buildings from all over Mahaska County, providing visitors a glimpse of what life was like for Iowans in 19th century America.
Fort Madison, Iowa
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Military
The Historic Center housed at the Santa Fe Railway Depot Complex is proud to boast a number of important regional, local, and railroad artifacts. Outside the depot sits a circa 1954 caboose, completely restored including brakemen seats, Conductor's desk, and folding seat/beds, of course the traditional cast iron stove remains in the old caboose, allowing visitors to picture the caboose crew warming their hands, coffee and cooking supper in the traditional way.
Oelwein, Iowa
Historical Society
A museum preserving a piece of history from the Oelwein and surrounding area
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