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Earlham, Iowa
Population: 1,450

“Earlham was laid out in 1869 when the railroad was extended to that point. It was named after Earlham College, a Quaker college in Richmond, Indiana. Earlham was incorporated on April 26, 1870.“


Truro, Iowa
Population: 485

“This stirring and progressing little trading point was first named Ego, but that seemed too bombastic or egotistical (no pun intended), and the change was made within a short time to the present name. As in the township, the village has splendid schools, taught in a modern two story brick building; church societies, whose places of worship are neat in appearance and commodious, and all well attended. As a trading point the town stands high and with good railroad facilities has established a reputation as a shipping point for grain and live stock.”


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