Manual Railroad History of Winneshiek County

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  1. Calmar Train Depot ♦ 202 N. Maryville St., Calmar, IA 52132
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  4. Strawberry Point History

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Strawberry Point History

Pub Title:. Pub Title false. Pub Reference:. Pub Note:. Pub Note false. For a while, in the 's, the town was referred to by some as "Endfield" Paul railroad in The railroad had named their station Endfield, because they didn't think the name Strawberry Point was "appropriate". In the State Legislature was prevailed upon to pass a law requiring the name of the railroad station to correspond with the original town, and so the settlement became permanently "Strawberry Point.

After a four year period which brought more growth to the town, incorporation was again voted an in December of This time more positive thinking brought about an affirmative vote of to 78, and incorporation became a fact. Sebald and a post office established. Four men from Saginaw, Michigan founded the Synod on August 24, The St. Sebald Wartburg Seminary was built and dedicated on October 31, The Seminary operated here until it moved to Mendota, Illinois, May 18, In the Seminary moved again, this time to Dubuque, Iowa, where it is still located.

The present St. Sebald church building was erected in , and still serves a regular and active congregation.

That volume of milk would take tank cars, or a solid train three miles long, to hold it. The handling of all the whole milk was done by a co-operative creamery formed by the merger of several small creameries operating in the area.