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Dallas County Iowa Historical Markers

 
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By John Desaulniers, Jr., May 6, 2004
Panther Marker
Iowa (Dallas County), Adel — Panther Panther Revisited
The community of Panther was located where you are currently standing. In the late 1800s, three buildings stood on this site: a blacksmith shop, a tin shop, and a general store. As Panther continued to grow, a creamery and post office also served . . . — Map (db m30809) HM
Iowa (Dallas County), Granger — Granger Subsistence Homestead Project
Dedicated to the original homestead families and their descendants. Brought to fruition through the efforts of the U.S. Government, the Franklin Roosevelt, MGSR. Luigi Ligutti and the Grace of God. In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the . . . — Map (db m83950) HM
Iowa (Dallas County), Waukee — 24 — Historic Des Moines / Noted Des Moines Residents
Marker Front: The fork of the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers was recognized as an ideal site a military post as early 1834. Fort Des Moines was established in 1843, but was abandoned in 1846 following the treaty whereby the Sauk and Mesquakie . . . — Map (db m33004) HM

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