Rural Teachers Corwin Township, Ida County, Iowa, 1913-1923

Fall 1913 The following data is extracted from Ida County, Iowa, Rural Teachers. #1. Thursa Slattery #3. Nella Flanagan #4. Ruth Besore #5. Mae M. Crane #6. Caroline Goodnow



Rural Teachers Battle Township, Ida County, Iowa, 1913-1923

Fall 1913 The following data is extracted from Ida County, Iowa, Rural Teachers. #1. Maria Taylor #2. Ruth Russell #3. Clara Bondhus #4. Eva Baumann (Heilman) #5. Mabel Dunkelberger #6. Mamie Kopplin #7. Lucille Goin #8. Janet Spotts #9. Elsie Morrice



1897-1961 Mondamin Iowa High School Alumni

Pictures for most of the graduating classes of Mondamin High School can be found in the Mondamin Public Library. Graduating classes from 1897 to 1961 are included here. In 1962 due to reorganization the Mondamin, Modale, Pisgah and Little Sioux schools became West Harrison Community School District. Some of the female names have their married



Modale Iowa High School Graduates

These names were compiled from lists given by members of the community.  We sincerely hope no names have been omitted.  I do not know if there was a list at the school of the graduates, this is what the Modale book contained. Class of 1896 Ella Dakin Della Hammer Kathryn Kirlin Susie Kirlin Mertie Pritchard



1885 Little Sioux, Iowa School Students

The following is a list of students who attended school at Little Sioux, Iowa in 1885. Will Hudlow Joe Cooper Gertie Gleason Lou Frost Wallace Jones Harry Hope Edgar Moore Ade Murray Ede Cooper Annie Setchell Jennie Reeves Daisy walker Aggie Veal Jessie Pierce Lou cooper Matt Stockwell Inez Croasdale Carrie Murray Dick Cobb Bertha



1900-1961 Little Sioux, Iowa High School Graduates

Class of 1900 Florence Guyton Leona Hope E. Earl Lanyon James W. Murray J. William Reynolds Alta R. Weymour Class of 1901 Clara Croasdale Smith Bessie DeWitt Blanche Driggs Williams Philena Gibson Baker James Adolph Murray Nettie Reeves Murray Irvin E. Terry Marabelle Terry Starlin Class of 1902 Bessie Alton Basil Bassett Lucie Bonney Fleming



1924 Bloomfield Seminary Student List

In the fall of 1847, John Harpole Carr was appointed him to superintend the construction of buildings known afterward as “Bloomfield Academy,” in the Choctaw Nation. He was afterward appointed superintendent of the school. This establishment of the first missionary boarding school for girls among the Chickasaws. The Board contributed one third and the Nation



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