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Author: David Collins,Elsner,Rick Johnson,Speer
ISBN: 0738507032
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Pages 128 pages
Publisher Arcadia Publishing (March 20, 2000)
Language English
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eBook Bettendorf: Iowa's Exciting City (IA) (Images of America) download

by David Collins,Elsner,Rick Johnson,Speer


By any standard, Bettendorf, Iowa, is a fairly young city, having awakened from its sleepy rural beginnings in the nineteenth century to. .Bettendorf : Iowa's Exciting City. Part of the Images of America: Iowa Series). by David R. Collins, . Elsner, Rich J. Johnson, et al.

Bettendorf : Iowa's Exciting City.

Bettendorf: Iowa's Exciting City is the third volume for the Images of America Series by Quad-City authors David R. Collins and Rich Johnson, who, along with Bessie J. Pierce and Bj Elsner, authored Rock Island: All American City, and with Pierce, Moline: City of Mills. Fellow historian and Bettendorf native Mary Louise Speer joins the team of Collins, Elsner, and Johnson for this pictorial overview of a quintessential Iowa community, a city steeped in tales of frontier adventures and pioneer spirit

Bettendorf is a city in Scott County, Iowa, United States. It is the 15th largest city of Iowa and the fourth largest city in the "Quad Cities". It is part of the Davenport–Moline–Rock Island, IA-IL Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Bettendorf is a city in Scott County, Iowa, United States. The population was 33,217 at the 2010 . Census and was estimated to be 36,543 by July 2018. Bettendorf is one of the Quad Cities, along with neighboring Davenport and the Illinois cities of Moline, East Moline and Rock Island

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by David Collins, Elsner, Rick Johnson, Speer. ISBN 9780738507033 (978-0-7385-0703-3) Softcover, Arcadia Publishing, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Bettendorf: Iowa's Exciting City (IA) (Images of America)'. The Black Book Of Dating & Pickup. ISBN 9781592322787 (978-1-59232-278-7) Softcover, Enaz Publications, 2011

David R Collins; BJ Elsner; Mary Louise Speer.

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David R. Collins, Rich J. Johnson, and Bessie J. Pierce have created a stimulating pictorial history as well as an educational and entertaining story that young and old, resident and visitor alike, will cherish for years to come. Series: Images of America. This item: Moline: City of Mills (Images of America). Pages with related products. See and discover other items: images in america book series. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

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US Vlogs - Bettendorf, Iowa - Summer 2013. ✪ BigRigTravels LIVE! Des Moines to Bettendorf, Iowa Interstate 80 East-May 24, 2018. Quad City Wedding Video 2014 Bettendorf Iowa Wedding Video. Bettendorf's city hall, police station, and one of its fire departments. Bettendorf has a mayor and city council form of government with seven city council members. Two council members are elected at-large, while the other five are elected by each of the city's five wards.

By any standard, Bettendorf, Iowa, is a fairly young city, having awakened from its sleepy rural beginnings in the nineteenth century to become an industrial center in the first half of the twentieth century and, now, on the precipice of a new millennium, it is a city becoming what is yet unrealized, but not unimagined. With more than two hundred historic photographs, this volume offers up chapters of American history in its stories from the heartland: a packet of seeds that started an agricultural dynasty; a slave who took a stand for freedom and changed the course of the nation; two brothers, one with a mind full of innovative ideas and the other with a knack for business; a community that would not lay down and die in the depths of the Great Depression; and a new generation of civic leaders who took a second look at the great river that had long flowed quietly by and found a renewed strength in the promise of its constancy.