ⓘ Lanesboro, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Lanesboro, Iowa

Lanesboro had its start in the year 1901 by the building of the Mason City and Fort Dodge Railroad through that territory. It was named for Julius Lane, an early settler.

                                     
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  • The Fobes Octagon Barn is a historic building located south of Lanesboro Iowa United States. It was built in 1883, and at the time of its nomination
  • contains one incorporated settlement, Lanesboro According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Lanesboro and Salisbury. US Board on Geographic
  • Oak, Iowa listed on the U.S. NRHP Secrest Octagon Barn, Downey, Iowa NRHP Octagon Barn Jamaica, Iowa NRHP Fobes Octagon Barn, Lanesboro Iowa NRHP
  • Massachusetts Fobes Octagon Barn, Lanesboro Iowa Kinney Octagon Barn, Burr Oak, Iowa Octagon Barn Jamaica, Iowa Octagonal Poultry House, Cold Spring
  • On July 1, 2003, the Iowa Department of Transportation transferred control of more than 700 miles 1, 100 km of highway to county and local governments
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota moved to Kansas City, Missouri, and thence to Lanesboro Minnesota, and continued the practice of law from 1904 1911 served as
  • counties. In addition to Lake City it served Lohrville, Yetter, and much of Lanesboro The district formed on July 1, 1993 from the merger of the Lake City
  • age 65 or over. Arcadia Breda Carroll Coon Rapids Dedham Glidden Halbur Lanesboro Lidderdale Manning Ralston Templeton Willey Carroll County is divided
  • state of Iowa are owned and maintained by the Iowa Department of Transportation. 2012 Volume of Traffic on the Primary Road System of Iowa PDF Report
  • Rockwell City, Jolley, Lake City, Lohrville, Lytton, Yetter, and much of Lanesboro The district operates three schools: South Central Calhoun Elementary