ⓘ Albion, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Albion, Iowa

Albion was founded in 1852. The town was first called La Fayette until the name was changed to Albion in 1858. The present name is after Albion, the poetic name for Britain.

                                     
  • Iowa Highway 330 Iowa 330 is a 47 - mile - long 76 km state highway that runs northeasterly from Altoona past Albion to just north of Marshalltown in
  • Scott County, Indiana Albion Iowa a city Albion Kansas, a ghost town Albion Maine, a town Albion Michigan, a city Albion an early name in the history
  • County, Indiana Albion Township, Butler County, Iowa Albion Township, Howard County, Iowa Albion Township, Barton County, Kansas Albion Township, Reno
  • Albion Township is a township in Howard County, Iowa United States. U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Albion Township, Howard
  • Albion Township is one of sixteen townships in Butler County, Iowa USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 2, 040. Albion Township covers an area
  • called Iowa State Bystander the term bystander given by its editor, Charles Ruff, after a syndicated column The Bystander s Notes written by Albion W
  • 1.8 km2 0.1 is water. US 30 US 30 Business Iowa 14 Iowa 96 Iowa 146 Iowa 234 Iowa 245 Iowa 311 Iowa 330 The 2010 census recorded a population of 40
  • of Iowa It is the longest primary highway in the state and is maintained by the Iowa Department of Transportation Iowa DOT The route in Iowa begins
  • 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
  • portion of section 10, Albion Township, Howard County. The Iowa - Minnesota state line forms the village s northern border. The Upper Iowa River runs through
  • cities of Marshalltown, Union, Steamboat Rock, Liscomb, Eldora and Albion and the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. The action was approved by the Surface
  • Jefferson Township is one of sixteen townships in Butler County, Iowa USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 315. The first white child was born