Sioux County, Iowa

Sheridan Township, Sioux County

The Independent of East Orange Sioux County IA week of April 24, 1878

Sheridan Township
Sheridan is the third in the north tier of townships; Township 97, 44; and the north half of 96 and 44. The soil differs in no respect from other parts of the county. The West Branch of Floyd river, heads in the southeastern portion of Sheridan, crossing its south line near the southeast corner . Sheridan is settled by an excellent, industrious class of people, a good community to locate among. Four school houses, substantial, well furnished buildings, contribute to the welfare of the young ideas. There is as yet no Post office in Sheridan, one should be established without delay.

~Transcribed by Wilma J. VandeBerg




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