The "Wahkaw" is the quarterly publication of the Woodbury County (Iowa) Genealogical Society. If you are interested in a copy with the topics below, please send date below along with $2.50 (US$) for a single issue, add $1.25 (US$) for postage and handling to: Woodbury County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 624 Sioux City, IA 51102-0624.

There is also available:

THE WAHKAW Surname Index, 1981-1989 in a single bound volume, 272 pages for $20.00 (US$), add $3.50 (US$) for postage and handling.

THE WAHKAW Surname Index, 1990-1999 in a single bound volume, 150 pages for $17.00 (US$), add $2.50 (US$) for postage and handling.




FALL 1989


3                 Letter from Col Dennis B. Swanstrom

4                 Tri-State Veteran's Memorial Design Competition

5                 SCAB ALL Tourney Cage Squads 1943-44

6                 "Sound Off II", Orpheum Theatre, 28 Feb 1944

8                 Hospital Mess Has Motherly Touch

9                 Chaplain Stanley J. Gaines, April 1944, Dominican Priest

10                 112 promotions to Corporal, Feb 1945

11                 The Three Amelang Brothers of Louisville, Nebraska, all assigned to SCAB

12                 Gunnery School

13                 Unit C, Aviation Squad (Black Enlisted Squadron)

14                 PFC Forney Mumford, Base Artist

15                 Maps of German and Japanese Prisoner of War Camps

16                 Transportation Men Live Logistics

18                 Photo History of SCAB 1944

19                 Town & Base: Where to go, 23 Dec 1944

20                 The Ebullient "Emma Pritchard"

21                 The Flying Sioux Sports Page, 30 Dec 1944

22                 At the Communications School

23                 "Ground Crew of the Week, Feb 1945", and Tow Reel Operators

24                 Cpl Elmer F. Attell obituary, 7 Aug 1943

25                 The Norden Bomb Sight

26                 "Bomber Dear" Alice Dziurawiec

27                 Col Blakey & Col Calhoun, 1945

28                 More Sports

29                 Five Generation Family Chart for Virgil "Tom" Considine (A7 Pilot) and his Father Virgil Considine, B-17 Crew member from Sioux City Air Base

31                 Pictures of VJ Day Celebration

32                 "Final Edition" of the Flying Sioux, Saturday, 24 November 1945

38                 Dedication of Laurel Monument to 17 Crew members of B-17 Crash at Laurel, Nebr

39                 Queries

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