ⓘ Yorktown, Iowa

Yorktown, Iowa

ⓘ Yorktown, Iowa

Yorktown is located at 40°44′02″N 95°09′17″W 40.733779, -95.154798. It lies 1½ hours driving time from Omaha, 2½ hours from Des Moines, and 3 hours from Kansas City. The city sits in the rolling hills of southwestern Iowa, about 10 miles 16 km from the Missouri border.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 0.27 square miles of 0.70 km2, all of it land.

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  • Virginia. He worked as an oysterman before enlisting in the Union Army from Yorktown Virginia, on September 15, 1863. He joined Company I of the 36th Regiment
  • continuing their withdrawal. Following up the Confederate retreat from Yorktown the Union division of Brig. Gen. Joseph Hooker encountered the Confederate
  • pollution patrols, and search and rescue. Reliance has been homeported in Yorktown Virginia, Port Canaveral, Florida and New Castle, New Hampshire. She is
  • served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The unit fought at Yorktown the Seven Days, Antietam, and Fredericksburg in 1862. The battery fought
  • Industrial Airport, is six miles northwest of Ottumwa, in Wapello County, Iowa The airport is owned by the City of Ottumwa and is operated by the Airport
  • the Army of the Potomac on that memorable campaign. During the siege of Yorktown the corps was at its maximum, the morning reports of April 30 showing an
  • Navy, named for the 1836 Platte Purchase that included the Platte Rivers in Iowa Missouri and Nebraska. Her memorial in Platte County, Missouri honors all
  • Piedmont Community College North Carolina Wichita High School East Kansas Yorktown High School Virginia The Buffalo Braves, now Los Angeles Clippers. The

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