ⓘ Nashua, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Nashua, Iowa

Nashua is a city in Chickasaw and only partly in Floyd counties in the U.S. state of Iowa. As of the 2010 census, the citys population was 1.663 an increase of 45, or 2.8%, from 1.618 reported at the 2000 census. The famed Little Brown Church featured in the song "The Church in the Wildwood" is located in Nashua.

                                     
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  • Iowa Highway 346 Iowa 346 is a short state highway in north - northeastern Iowa Iowa 346 begins at U.S. Route 218 Iowa Highway 27 at Nashua Iowa and
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  • ISBN 0 - 87349 - 929 - 8. Charles H. Parr, Tractor Inventor, Died The Nashua Reporter. Nashua Iowa June 18, 1941. p. 3. Retrieved May 29, 2017 via newspapers
  • Wisconsin in 1850. He moved to a farm near Nashua Iowa in 1876, and then to Nashua in 1893. Flint died in Nashua on October 1, 1900. Flint was a member of
  • Brown Church is a historic church located at 2730 Cheyenne Avenue in Nashua Iowa that was made famous by a song, The Church in the Wildwood. The structure
  • Brooks Round Barn was an historical building located near Nashua in rural Floyd County, Iowa United States. It was built in 1914 by Emil Cable, with Dale
  • been bypassed by a new railroad through Nashua Iowa two miles west, and the flour mill moved to New Hampton, Iowa to be on a bigger river. The town was
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  • historian of Michigan and the Great Lakes region. Quaife was born in Nashua Iowa He received his education at Grinnell College, the University of Missouri