ⓘ Baldwin, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Baldwin, Iowa

Baldwin was originally called Fremont. The present name is for Edward Baldwin, the original owner of the town site.

In 1910, Baldwin contained several General stores, pharmacies, shop, meat market, hotel, salon, restaurant, stables, and Barber.

                                     
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  • Justice Baldwin may refer to: Briscoe Baldwin an Associate Justice of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Caleb Baldwin Iowa an Associate Justice
  • Thomas Scott Baldwin June 30, 1854 May 17, 1923 was a pioneer balloonist and U.S. Army major during World War I. He was the first American to descend
  • 39 51 33 N 75 19 38 W 39.85917 N 75.32722 W 39.85917 - 75.32722 The Baldwin Locomotive Works BLW was an American manufacturer of railroad locomotives
  • They joined a large wagon train in Council Bluffs, Iowa During the five - month trek west, Baldwin scouted ahead and got lost, and was only saved from
  • Calvin Benham Baldwin also known as Calvin B Baldwin C.B. Baldwin and generally as Beanie Baldwin August 19, 1902 May 12, 1975 served as assistant
  • Iowa Stars, later known as the Iowa Chops, were a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. The club was based in Des Moines, Iowa at
  • rookie season, Baldwin had multiple assignments with the Iowa Energy, the Grizzlies D - League affiliate. On October 16, 2017, Baldwin was waived by the
  • leaving Wyoming, Iowa 64 enters Jackson County. Iowa 64 passes through the small towns of Monmouth and Baldwin and bypasses the village of Nashville before