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.






2                 Table of Contents

3                 "A Letter from the President" by Loren Dake

4-7             "Precious Land, A Migration to the Prairie" The Iowa Genealogical Society Spring Conference April 27-28, 2001, Sioux City Convention Center -- Sioux City, Iowa

8                 Tid-bits -- What Kind of a Member Are You? Study traces European ancestry

9                 New Genealogical Books in the Sioux City Public Library

10                 UNION COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA --Atlas and Farm Directory page

11             UNION COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- Township map of Union County

12             Parts of Elk Point Township -- Parts of Emmett Township

13             Photo taken in 1879 of Main Street of elk Point, Union County, South Dakota

14             Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve ---The Brusseau Cabin

15             Texas, Dakota Territory

16             Union County Post Offices of 1860-1952

17             Eighth Grade Graduation Listings of Elk Point, S.D. on July 1, 1925

18             Some Early Catholic Church records of Union County, South Dakota

19             St. Paul Lutheran Church listings of early pioneers

20             Union Creek Lutheran Church

21             St. Peter's Catholic Church -- Immanuel Lutheran Church    

22             Brule Creek Lutheran Church

23             Obituaries of Early Pioneers of Union County, South Dakota

24             Robert Emmert's Memory lives in Emmet Township

25             Ferdinand and Caroline Metzentine Schnose, Early Union County Settlers

26-29         A Brief History of Nora, South Dakota, written by Frances Oden in 1933.

30             Cemetery Sales Page

31             Sales Page--Officers of the Woodbury County Genealogical Society


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