you have been here before, don't panic <g> you
are at the right place, I just decided to give the
home page a new look. I haven't been doing to much
to this site for the last few months, so thought it
was time I did. Enjoy your visit. djc.
you find anything here that is still under copyright
and should come down, please notify me, and I will
remove it until I can obtain the permission. djc.
Please remember that we DO NOT "write"
these books! All we are doing is transcribing the
orginal books, and placing them online so that it
"might" assist someone in their search for
their ancestors. All books are published BEFORE
1927, most of them are in the middle to late 1800's.
So if the information is inaccurate, it is because
there has been more recent research that disproves
some of the text in these books. I am not a historian,
I love history, but only know what I read. I have
not done further research to prove or disprove what
is written in these historical books, I just read
them and transcribe them for your enjoyment and genealogical
research. It is up to the individual doing the research
to obtain proof, not mine. I also have no further
information other that what are in the books.
on John Brown and Introduction
of names in 1903 Chapter
on John Brown written in 1903
page of 1903 chapter
Settlement and Growth of Western Iowa
Iowa Society All Name Index
War Activities of Topsfield, MA, during the
Great War (1917-1918)
of Western Iowa
to more AHGP Books Online sites
Des Moines High School Annual
and Biographical Album - Washington County,
of Pottawattamie County, Iowa Volume 1 (1907)
Now completed, there are 2 surname indexes,
so please check both. The links to the surname
indexes are on the "Map" page.
Quarters of A Century of Progress 1848-1923
A brief pictorial and commercial history of
Sioux City, Iowa published in 1923. The last
100 pages are a directory of the businesses
located in Sioux City and Morningside, in 1923.
There is a all name index, which has every name
mentioned in the book. There are tons of photos
of the buildings, etc.
of Cornelius Dunham and wife Margretta
Scott Dunham contributed by Carrie Peterson.
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