“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Coralville, Iowa

Clickable Map of Johnson County, Iowa and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Johnson County, IA (21) Benton County, IA (1) Cedar County, IA (39) Iowa County, IA (17) Linn County, IA (14) Louisa County, IA (2) Muscatine County, IA (2) Washington County, IA (3)  JohnsonCounty(21) Johnson County (21)  BentonCounty(1) Benton County (1)  CedarCounty(39) Cedar County (39)  IowaCounty(17) Iowa County (17)  LinnCounty(14) Linn County (14)  LouisaCounty(2) Louisa County (2)  MuscatineCounty(2) Muscatine County (2)  WashingtonCounty(3) Washington County (3)
Iowa City is the county seat for Johnson County
Coralville is in Johnson County
      Johnson County (21)  
      Benton County (1)  
      Cedar County (39)  
      Iowa County (17)  
      Linn County (14)  
      Louisa County (2)  
      Muscatine County (2)  
      Washington County (3)  
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1Iowa, Johnson County, Coralville — Mormon Handcart Brigade Camp
On 5th Street, on the left when traveling east.
caption below handcart image “Let them come on foot, with handcarts and wheelbarrows. Let then gird up their loins and walk through, and nothing shall hinder them.” South of this boulder on the banks of Clear Creek, is the . . . Map (db m78222) HM
2Iowa, Johnson County, Coralville — 33 — Samuel Jordan Kirkwood1813 – 1894
On 5th Street at 3rd Avenue, on the left when traveling west on 5th Street.
Kirkwood is the only Iowan to serve as governor, U.S. senator and as a cabinet member. He came to Iowa in 1855 to operate a grist mill in this vicinity. Elected governor in 1859 as a Republican, Kirkwood administered the office with forcefulness and . . . Map (db m33204) HM
3Iowa, Johnson County, Coralville — Site Geology
On Unnnamed Road near Prairie du Chien Road, on the right when traveling south.
Iowa is underlain by bedrock layers composed of sedimentary rocks; layers of Devonian limestone bedrock of the Cedar Valley Group are well displayed in the Gorge. Sedimentary rocks were formed from accumulated layers of mud, sand or organic . . . Map (db m185715) HM
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Jan. 29, 2023