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A series of storms causes heavy damage to crops, farms, and railroads in northern Iowa

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06/30/1865
A massive line of storms moved across northern Iowa , including areas west of Cedar Falls.  Crop damage was reported as very heavy and bridges and culverts along the tracks of the Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad suffered badly, shutting down large portions of the line. (By John Osborne)    
Source Citation: 
"The Storm in Northern Iowa," Chicago Tribune, July 3, 1865, p. 3. 

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