ⓘ Holstein, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Holstein, Iowa

Holstein was founded in 1882. A large share of the early settlers being natives of Holstein, in Germany, caused the name to be selected. Holstein was incorporated as a city on April 25, 1883. The city celebrated its Quasquicentennial in June 2007 with a week-long series of events.

                                     
  • Galva - Holstein School District is a public school district in Ida County, Iowa United States, based in Holstein Iowa The district, which serves Holstein
  • New Holstein, Wisconsin, United States Holstein Iowa United States Holstein Missouri, United States Holstein Nebraska, United States the German name
  • from 1925 to 1930. He batted and threw right - handed. Edwards was born in Holstein Iowa and died in Orleans, Massachusetts. Baseball Reference.com page
  • November 23, 1906 and grew up on an eleven - acre dairy farm on the edge of Holstein Iowa where is father operated a small creamery. He was the eldest of nine
  • Bureau. Archived from the original on 2013 - 09 - 11. Retrieved 2008 - 01 - 31. Galva - Holstein Iowa Department of Education. Retrieved on November 3, 2018.
  • Reinvent Agriculture - - Again Forbes. Retrieved 26 October 2015. Galva - Holstein Iowa Department of Education. Retrieved on November 3, 2018. Van Harden
  • south of Holstein that is briefly concurrent with U.S. Route 59 starts and goes to about one mile west of an interchange with U.S. Route 71 and Iowa Highway
  • Swears in a New Mayor Raccoon Valley Radio. Perry, Iowa Retrieved June 21, 2017. Galva - Holstein Iowa Department of Education. Retrieved on November 3
  • Northern Iowa Prior to this, he was the chancellor of Montana State University Billings. Nook graduated from Holstein Community School in Holstein Iowa and
  • Riverdale is a city in Scott County, Iowa United States. The population was 405 at the 2010 census. Arconic has a giant aluminum rolling mill in Riverdale