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.




2             Table of Contents
3             "A Letter from the President" by Thomas R Johnston / Sioux City Cemetery Records Available
4             Woodbury Co Genealogical Society program schedule / Tidbits
5             Obituaries of former members of the Woodbury County Genealogical Society
6-7          New Genealogical books in the Sioux City Public Library
8-9         Genealogical Resources of Dakota county, Nebraska by Jody K Boyd
10-12     The Lost is Now Found Dakota County Pioneers and Old Settlers
13-14     House constructed in 1888-First in South Sioux City's History
15-16     Story on Ex-Homer Native, Millie Lothrop
17         Dakota County loses 21 of Old Settlers in 1936 Governor Aldrich inspects Crystal Lake- August of 1913
18-19     Early Day History of Dakota County - Extinct Towns of Dakota County - Map on page 25
20-22     Dakota County News - from the Dakota County Record of December 2, 1899
23-24     The 1952 Flood in Dakota County, Nebraska
25         Map of Dakota County Nebraska, and it's Extinct towns
26         Old Towns and Settlements in Dakota County, Nebraska
27         Dakota City's 125th Anniversary - 1858-1983
28         Original of South Sioux City, Nebraska
29         Nebraska Counties in 1865 - 2 years before Statehood
30         The O'Connor House, near Homer, Nebraska
31         Vital Records Source for every State - with Address -Phone # - and Fee Cost
32-33     Early Beauvais - Bouvia of Salix, Iowa and Bouvia burials of St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery of Salix, Iowa
34         State Historical Society of Iowa - "Brittle Book Campaign Begins"
35         The Iowa Genealogical Society Annual Fall Conference Oct 5-7, 2000 - Marshalltown, Iowa
37         SALES PAGE - Officers of the Woodbury County Genealogical Society

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