Jackson County Historical Society – Maquoketa, Iowa


Jackson County Historical Society was founded on April 25, 1903, when 9 prominent citizens met in Maquoketa to arrange for the preservation of the County heritage as a suitable remembrance of those who settled and developed Jackson County.

The museum housing one of the finest collections of early farm equipment in the com mission. The Society took another giant step by acquiring the abandoned Clinton Engines Corporation building and grounds in Maquoketa. In time a new and more interactive museum complex will be built that will teach of the settlement and development of the upper all prairie in unique and effective ways.

Location: 1212 Quarry St, Maquoketa, IA

Phone: (563) 652-5020

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