C. W. Ware of Iowa Celebrated in Colorado

CHEYENNE RESIDENTS FROM IOWA

The following names were extracted from an article in the The Cheyenne 
Republican, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, Sept. 10, 1909, Vol. 20, No.45. 

The article was about the first "Iowa Day" celebration held in the town 
of Kit Carson on Saturday, August 28, 1909. The celebration included a 
barbecue dinner, games, dancing, and a farm produce exhibit. Many people 
moved to Cheyenne County from Iowa in the early 1900's. The celebrants 
were asked to "register" their name and the Iowa county they had lived 
in. The celebration was established as a way "to meet old friends, make 
new friends, and bind together our Iowa colony, that we may know and 
help each other." 

Names are listed alphabetically. Following each name is the Iowa county 
from which the individual had immigrated.
WARE .......... C. W. ............ Linn
WARE .......... Mrs. C. W ........ Linn
The Cheyenne Republican, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, 
Sept. 10, 1909, Vol. 20, No.45.

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