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=== Local Histories ===
 
{{IA Histories Intro|Appanoose}}
 
  
'''1843'''  Established in 1843, Appanoose County was named for a chief of the Sac and the Fox Indian tribes that lead the peace party during the Black Hawk War. Appanoose means "A Chief When a Child." During the first part of the 20th century, mining was a major factor in Appanoose. The county seat for Appanoose is Centerville.
 
 
'''''Online Local Histories and indexes'''''<br>
 
* [http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=27404 ''Biographical and historical record of Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa: containing portraits of all the presidents of the United States from Washington to Cleveland....''] Chicago: Inter-State Pub. Co., 1886 at Ancestry — ($)
 
* Fitzpatrick, T. J. ''The Place-Names of Appanoose County, Iowa'' published in ''American Speech'', Volume 3, Number 1 (October, 1927), pp. 39-66, published by the Duke University Press. Reprinted by the Appanoose County Genealogical Society. Digitized by JSTOR which can be accessed through a participating library or institution.
 
* Heusinkveld, W. M., revision. [http://www.appanoosecounty.net/appanoose-county/resources/?item=1557 ''Appanoose County Historical Atlas'']. Originally printed by Appanoose County Sesquicentennial Commission, 1996 and reprinted by the Appanoose County Historical and Coal Mining Museum in 2010 at Appanoose County Website
 
* [https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/479163-the-history-of-appanoose-county-iowa-containing-a-history-of-the-county-its-cities-towns-amp-c-a-biographical-directory-of-citizens-war-record-of-its-volunteers-in-the-late-rebellion-general-and-local-statistics-portraits-of-early-settlers-and-prominent-men-history-of-the-northwest-history-of-iowa-amp-c?offset=5 ''The History of Appanoose County, Iowa''] Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1878 at FamilySearch Digital Library; and at [http://www.archive.org/details/historyappanoos00cogoog Internet Archive]
 
* [https://everynameindex.com/free_indexes/Iowa_counties  Iowa Indexes] at EveryNameIndex.com — Select the county.
 
* Mott, David C. [http://publications.iowa.gov/6847/1/Complete.pdf Abandoned Towns, Villages and Post Office]. ''The Annals of Iowa'', Volume XVII, Nos. 6, 7 and 8, and Volume XVIII, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, (State Historical Society of Iowa, 1930-1932) at State Library of Iowa website — PDF format
 
* Taylor, L. L., Editor. [https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/126653-past-and-present-of-appanoose-county-iowa-a-record-of-settlement-organization-progress-and-achievement?offset=1 ''Past and Present of Appanoose County, Iowa ~ Volume 1''] Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1913 at FamilySearch Digital Library; at [https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=i34UAAAAYAAJ Google eBookstore]; and at [https://archive.org/details/pastpresentofapp01tayl Internet Archive].
 
* Taylor, L. L. Editor. [https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/137971-past-and-present-of-appanoose-county-iowa-a-record-of-settlement-organization-progress-and-achievement-v-02?offset=4 ''Past and Present of Appanoose County, Iowa - Volume II''] Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, m 1913 at FamilySearch Digital Library; and at [http://www.archive.org/details/pastpresentofapp02tayl Internet Archive]
 
* [http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ ''Tour of Iowa Counties: Appanoose County''], published in the Daily State Register, February 10, 11 and 12, 1869, at GenealogyBank
 
 
'''''County Histories'''''<br>
 
* Appanoose County Historical Society, Compiled by. ''The History of Appanoose County, Iowa - 1986''. Dallas, TX: Taylor Publishing Company, 1986; ''1986 Appanoose County History Book Index''; Centerville, IA: Appanoose County Genealogical Society, 1990.
 
* Arnold, John, Compilor. ''A Pictorial History of Appanoose County, Iowa''. Volume I. Marceline, MO: D-Books Publishing, 1996.
 
* Beck, Robert Knowlton. ''100th Anniversary: Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Centerville, Iowa, 1896-1996.'' Centerville, IA: Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, 1996.
 
* Beck, Robert Knowlton. ''Report on the Rathbun Dam'' Centerville, IA: Daily Iowegian, 1954?.
 
* Beck, Robert Knowlton, and Dan Ehl. ''Rathbun Dam History.'' Centerville, IA: Iowegian, 1976
 
* ''Early Pioneer Stories'' Centerville, IA: Appanoose County Genealogical Society, 19??. Reprint of articles in the Progress Anniversary Edition of the ''Centerville Daily Iowegian'', 10 January, 1934.
 
* Hair, James T., compilor and editor, ''Post Offices in Appanoose County, 1865'' from ''Iowa State Gazetteer'' Chicago: Bailey Hair, 1865
 
* Heusinkveld, W. M.; ''Historical Sketches of Pioneer Days in Appanoose County, Iowa'' Centerville, IA: Bill Heusinkveld, 2004, Originally written as columns for the Centerville Daily Iowegian from July 2002 to July 2004.
 
* Heusinkveld, W. M. ''This Day in Iowa History.'' Centerville, IA: Appanoose County Sesquicentennial Commission, 1995.
 
* Johnson, Helen Taylor. ''Rural School Memories, Appanoose County, Iowa.'' Centerville, IA: Helen Taylor Johnson, 19?? — Information, memories and pictures contributed by many volunteers about the 140 schools in Appanoose County in 1912.
 
* Johnson, M. Ruth, Compiled and Researched; ''Postoffices and Postmasters of Appanoose County, Iowa, 1846 to 1988.'' Centerville, IA: M. Ruth Johnson, 1988.
 
* ''Pioneer Roll of Honor''  published in the ''Daily Iowegian'', 10 January 1934, and reprinted by the Appanoose County Genealogical Society.
 
* Ramsey, Guy R. ''Names of Old Towns Fading into Haze of Past Memories,'' The Daily Iowegian, 28 November 1948.
 
* Stamps, Maurice. ''Shoal Creek Legends.'' Seymour, IA: Seymour Community Club, April 2007. — The three volumes of Shoal Creek Legends were originally newspaper articles published in The Seymour Herald; printed and sold by the Seymour Community Club as fundraising projects. Maurice Stamps grew up around Shoal Creek in Franklin Township, Appanoose County, and served many years as a teacher and administrator in the Seymour Community Schools.
 
* Stamps, Maurice. ''Shoal Creek Legends 3'' Seymour, IA: Seymour Community Club, 2009.
 
* Stamps, Maurice. ''More Shoal Creek Legends.'' Seymour, IA: Seymour Community Club, August 2007.
 

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