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 the 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.

PAGE                 SUBJECT
2                         Table of Contents
3                         President's message by Janet Jolin
4-5                     New Genealogical Materials at the Sioux City Public Library
6                         Collections in the Sioux City Public Museum Archives.
7-8                     Teleconference at WIT Community College on Saturday, August 9,1997. Subject: U.S. Immigration and Ship
                             Passenger Lists
9                         The Final Salute - where Heroes Rest - VA's National Cemetery System
10                         "A Child's Memories of World War One" by Dr. Charles E Mason of Sioux City
11                     Leeds Soldier in France - Cecil D. Henshaw in World War One
12-15             The History of Edward H. Monahan Post No. 64 - The American Legion
16-31             Sioux City's Men and Women Who served in World War One
32-34             Information for the Genealogy Department of the 1997 Woodbury County Fair.
35                 "World War Two Memories" by Leonard Gavin of Sioux City
36                 "The Generals I have Met" by Janet Jolin of Sioux City
37                 Pictures of different areas in the South Pacific as America battled Japan
38-39             "Omaha Beach - 1944" by Homer "Bennie" Bennett of Sioux City
40                 Leaders of WW II - Churchill-Roosevelt-Stalin-Eisenhower-Hitler-Mussolini
41                 Two "V-E letters" written by the brother of Glenna Ferrone
42                 "The Nurnberg Trials" with Earl Woodard of Sioux City
43                 The War Begins on Sept.1, 1939 in Poland and Ends on Sept.2, 1945 in Japan
44                  World War Two - Salix Honor Roll
45-46             Airbase Families Belonging to St. Joseph's Parish in Salix, Iowa in 1969
47-48             Men in Service from the St. Joseph's Parish Centennial Book - 1969- Salix, Iowa
49                 Queries
50                 1997 Officers & Committees--Registration form
51                 Sales Page
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