ⓘ Alton, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Alton, Iowa

Alton was originally called East Orange, and under the latter name was laid out in 1875 when the railroad was extended to that point. East Orange was renamed Alton in 1882. Alton was incorporated as a city in 1883.

                                     
  • Alton Alabama, an unincorporated community Alton California Alton Florida Alton Illinois Alton National Cemetery Alton Indiana Alton Iowa Alton
  • Iowa Highway 12, then turns east. Before entering Orange City, Iowa 10 intersects U.S. Highway 75. After Orange City, it enters Alton meeting Iowa Highway
  • bar in 1922 and began to practice law in Alton Iowa He was elected as County Attorney of Sioux County, Iowa in 1924, and served in that position from
  • The Alton Military Prison was a prison located in Alton Illinois and originally built in 1833 as the first state penitentiary in Illinois and later closed
  • American politician in the state of Iowa Klein was born in Alton Iowa He was a planning analyst. He served in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1967
  • Historic Landmarks NHLs in Iowa Key President steamboat formerly in Davenport, Iowa relocated to Mississippi and thence to Alton Illinois Effigy Mounds
  • Iowa Highway 60 Iowa 60 is a north south state highway in northwest Iowa The highway runs at a southwest - to - northeast angle. The southern end of Iowa
  • 3.2 km north of Maurice is an intersection with Iowa 10, which connects to Orange City and Alton to the east and Hawarden to the west. A curve in the
  • St. Mary s Alton Iowa St. Anthony s Hospers, Iowa and St. Joseph s Granville, Iowa Spalding Catholic was a member of the Iowa High School Athletic
  • Laton Alton Huffman October 31, 1854 February 28, 1931 was an American photographer of Frontier and Native American life. Born in Winneshiek County
  • The Illinois Indiana Iowa League was a Minor League Baseball organization that operated for the better part of 60 years, mostly in those three states.