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Algona Funeral Homes

  • Henry Adams Building


    Algona is also known as: Kossuth County / Algona city.

    Algona contains: Henry Adams Building.

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  • Linda Higgins (writer and  legislator) was born in Algona.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Linda Higgins (writer and legislator), Steve Doocy (tv journalist and journalist), Bruce Reimers (american football player), and Brad Nelson (baseball player).

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  • Location of Algona, Iowa


    Algona was founded in 1854 by two brothers, Ambrose and Asa Call, who named the city after the native word for "Algonquin waters". Between 1869 and 1875 the community was the location of Algona College, an institution sponsored by the Methodist Church. In 1894, Algona, along with other Iowa communities such as Dysart and Wesley, became part of the project known as the "Orphan Trains". As New York City saw booming immigration, it also inevitably saw a rise in the number of orphans in its asylums. Unable to provide adequate care for them, it saw fit to ship nearly 100,000 westward to start a new life with families across America. Algona itself welcomed nearly 100 orphans into the town, many of whom remained lifelong residents. From 1902 to 1903, Algona played host to the Algona Brownies, a Negro League barnstorming team. Despite winning the league title in 1903, the team disbanded that same year. The Henry Adams Building, designed by Louis Sullivan in 1913 is located at the northwest corner...

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    There are currently 3 funeral home listings for the city of Algona, Iowa.

All Funeral Homes in Algona

218 S Moore St Send flowers
Algona, IA 50511


Oakcrest Funeral Svc Incorporated
218 S Moore St Send flowers
Algona, IA 50511


Wilson Funeral Homes
403 E Mcgregor St Send flowers
Algona, IA 50511