ANDREAS History Of Iowa-Muscatine Co Extracts
Muscatine County Extracts from
Andreas' 1875 Atlas of Iowa
Slowly working my way through a lot of good information on Muscatine
County which can be found in the 1875 Andreas' Atlas of Iowa. This may
be the only book our local library has on Iowa in their special collections
area and now it's gone out for "repairs"...I found it hidden in a dark
corner after copies had been made of some sections for me (thanks Larry)
and arrived in the mail. It's long overdue that some of this information
The atlas had long lists of "patrons", what today would be called
"sponsors". These patron lists are full of valuable genealogical information,
so I have begun the transcriptions with those.
On the lists, you will find names, location of residence, business
or occupation, Nativity (state or country of origin), when the person came
to the State of Iowa and the Post Office at which they received mail.
Wapsinonoc Township 1875 Atlas
Wapsinonoc Township's primary post office during this period
was West Liberty.
Town of Muscatine 1875
Atlas Patrons List
The patrons on this list all resided in Muscatine and received
mail through the Muscatine Post Office
Goshen Township 1875
Atlas Patrons List
Most patrons on this list received mail at Atalissa or West
Other Muscatine Township
1875 Atlas Patrons List
Townships found on this page include Pike, Wilton, Bloomington,
Fulton, Cedar, Sweetland, Moscow, Seventy-Six, Orono and Lake.
Muscatine County 1875
Atlas Business Patrons List
A listing of Businessmen and firms who were patrons of the Atlas
Muscatine Co Ia Genealogy Home
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