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.

 
THE WAHKAW TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME XVII #2 SUMMER 1998
PAGE     SUBJECT
2             Table of Contents
3             President's message by Janet Jolin General Meeting Program Calendar for July-Aug-Sep
4             "History Coming Alive!" by Tom Beauvais Titanic Newspaper Clippings from the old Sioux City Tribune of April 19-24,
                 1912
5             "A Tribute to Heroism" by Rev George Edward Lewis of Canton, SD (1912)
6             TITANIC Newspaper Clippings from the old Sioux City Tribune of April 23, 1912. "Last Act an Effort to Save little Girl"
                 and "Prominent Witnesses now before TITANIC Inquirers".
7.             Women Who were Saved from Watery Grave.
8             "Out of the Past" by Louise Zerschling- Sioux City Journal Sept 14, 1968. "Twelve Victims of Titanic have Combined
                 Wealth of $191,000,000" from Sioux City Journal of April 23, 1912.
9             "Woodbury County rebinds precious old records" by Judi Hazlett of the Sioux City Journal -- May 30, 1998.
10-13     "A Brief History of Cemeteries" by Joel Gazis-Sax--from the internet by Earl Belt of WCGS.
14-19     Edited version of "A Browers Collection of Epitaphs" by Richard Lupu and Joel Gazis-Sax pulled from the Internet by Earl
                 Belt of WCGS, Internet address listed in article.
20-22     "Dry Run for the Dowsers" source unknown.
23         5th Annual Genealogical Institute of Mid-America July 13-16, 1998 - Springfield Illinois.
24-25     "Old North Sioux Graveyard tells story of early tragedies" by Paula Damon of the Sioux City Journal date unknown. 
26-27     "Tombstone Hunters tramp through Pastures, and old Cemeteries during Genealogy Research" (source and date
                 unknown. "National Archives destroys collection of historic records" from Sioux City Journal -- April 25, 1998.
28-29     "Descendants coverage on Gayer farm" from Marge Harmelink - from S.C. Journal Aug 18, 1992. 
30-31     "Floyd Flood Hero Honored" by Bill Zahren from S.C. Journal of August 18, 1992.
32-33     Iowa Genealogical Society - Membership Form
34         List of 1998 Officers and Committees--Membership form
35         Notice: THE NEW SALES PAGE
36         1853 Iowa Map with Woodbury County shown as it was originally named: "WAHKAW"
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