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This is the place for your Calhoun County genealogical research. If you are new to Calhoun County research, an excellent place to start is with the locations page, where you can orient yourself to Calhoun County and its towns and townships.
- August: Under SCHOOLS, Added one photo of Farnhamville high school portrait, four photos of Lake City Central School and Lake City High School, one photo for Lohrville High School, one photo for Pomeroy High School, and three photos for Rockwell City High School.
- August: Under PHOTOS, Added 7 photos of Lohrville, 1 photo of Lytton, 5 photos of Manson, 6 photos of Pomeroy, 21 photos of Rockwell City, 1 photo of Somers, 2 photos of Twin Lakes
- June 2020: Added Jolley High School graduates 1938-1956 and Pomeroy High School graduates (misc. years from 1896-1950)
- May 2020: Added Postmasters of Calhoun County 1859-2017
- Apr 2020: Added Inventors of Calhoun County 1880-2019
- Mar 2020: Added photos of the Trinity Lutheran Church and Sunday School Class, Knierim, IA
- Feb 2020: Added World War I Casualties for Calhoun County
- Jan 2020: Added 1910-1911 Iowa State Gazetteer & Business Directory
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~ Karon Velau, the temporary Calhoun County Coordinator