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Historical Markers in Van Buren County, Iowa

 
Clickable Map of Van Buren County, Iowa and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Van Buren County, IA (3) Davis County, IA (3) Henry County, IA (13) Jefferson County, IA (1) Lee County, IA (25) Wapello County, IA (16) Clark County, MO (12) Scotland County, MO (1)  VanBurenCounty(3) Van Buren County (3)  DavisCounty(3) Davis County (3)  HenryCounty(13) Henry County (13)  JeffersonCounty(1) Jefferson County (1)  LeeCounty(25) Lee County (25)  WapelloCounty(16) Wapello County (16)  ClarkCountyMissouri(12) Clark County (12)  ScotlandCounty(1) Scotland County (1)
Keosauqua is the county seat for Van Buren County
Adjacent to Van Buren County, Iowa
      Davis County (3)  
      Henry County (13)  
      Jefferson County (1)  
      Lee County (25)  
      Wapello County (16)  
      Clark County, Missouri (12)  
      Scotland County, Missouri (1)  
 
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1Iowa (Van Buren County), Bentonsport — Iowa’s Confederate General
General Lawrence Sullivan ‘Sul’ Ross, CSA, was born in Bentonsport, Iowa, Van Buren County on September 27, 1838. His family moved to Texas in 1839, where he grew to manhood. In 1859, Sul Ross was commissioned a Captain in the Texas Rangers, . . . Map (db m2565) HM
2Iowa (Van Buren County), Bonaparte — Mormon Trail Crossing at Des Moines River
Brigham Young and band of Mormons crossed the Des Moines River here March 5, 1846 on their trek to Utah.Map (db m30188) HM
3Iowa (Van Buren County), Stockport — Dragoon Trail Historical Site Marker No. 2
Determined and authenticated by the Historical Department of Iowa, 1911. This monument was erected in 1917 by the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution in memory of the Pioneers who followed this trail and its tributaries. We Cross The . . . Map (db m139803) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 29, 2022