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Welcome to the Scott County IAGenWeb siteUSGenWeb

My name is Nettie Mae Lucas and I am the County Coordinator for the Scott County IAGenWeb site.  The IAGenWeb is a part of the USGenWeb.

The USGenWeb Project ® was established in 1996 by a group of genealogists who shared a desire to create free online resources for genealogical research. Originally beginning with online directories of text-based resources, their vision has grown into a network of over 3000 linked websites, all individually created and maintained by a community of volunteers. Today you may find a variety of unique county and state resources including photos, maps, transcriptions, historical documents, helpful links, and much more.

We truly hope you enjoy your visit here and that you find something of interest and of value to your family history research.  There is still so much to be done.  We will continue to add new information as we find it.  You can find that information on the What's new page.

Volunteers interested in transcription and/or proofreading are needed! Click here to contribute to Scott county IAGenWeb project.

What we have online so far....

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Scott County message boards are great way to share information, ask questions, or search for an individual.  The Free Find search engine does not include the message boards but you will find each board does have it's own search engine.  Board search tips & tricks. Please remember to cite your sources.

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