ⓘ Hepburn, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Hepburn, Iowa

Hepburn was platted in 1873, and a post office was opened that same year. It is named for William Peter Hepburn of Clarinda, Iowa, a Civil War veteran Lt. Col., 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry, and later a prominent Congressman and staunch political ally of Theodore Roosevelt.

Hepburn was the depot of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad.

                                     
  • unincorporated community Hepburn Iowa a city in Page County Hepburn Ohio, an unincorporated community in Hardin County Hepburn Township, Pennsylvania
  • William Peters Hepburn November 4, 1833 February 7, 1916 was an American Civil War officer and an eleven - term Republican congressman from Iowa s now - obsolete
  • P. Hepburn House is a historic house and National Historic Landmark in Clarinda, Iowa It was home to United States Congressman William P. Hepburn 1833 1916
  • The Farm House Weaver House Phipps Site Hepburn House Van Allen Dodge House Army School Terrace Hill Dubuque s Mines William M. Black Dubuque County Jail
  • Fletcher Sapp of Pottawattamie County and William P. Hepburn of Page County The 1880 census caused Iowa to receive two more seats in the House, requiring
  • McCoy Polygonal Barn is a historic building located near Hepburn in rural Page County, Iowa United States. It was built in 1914 as a hog sale barn. The
  • Howard Taft Jamieson upset longtime Republican Congressman William P. Hepburn winning majorities in eight of the district s eleven counties. The
  • the Iowa s 8th congressional district, which Republican William Peters Hepburn had represented since 1881. Anderson immediately ran for Hepburn s seat
  • NRHP - listed McCoy Polygonal Barn, Hepburn Iowa NRHP - listed Polygonal Barn, Van Buren Township, Jackson County, Iowa NRHP - listed Polygonal Barn, Lincoln
  • American congressman for Iowa author of the Hepburn Act of 1906 Alexa Hepburn English social psychologists Andrew Dousa Hepburn 1830 1921 president
  • Mount Vernon, Ohio. John Ely Briggs, William Peters Hepburn p. 103 State Hist. Soc. of Iowa 1919 United States Congress. William Fletcher Sapp