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Miller House Museum


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Home of Supreme Court justice appointed by Abraham Lincoln. Federal-style house with 19th century furnishings. Special exhibits include an early dentist's office, American Indian artifacts, the building of the dam and powerhouse and a children's room


Admission: Fee
Hours: 1-4 Fri.-Sun., Memorial Day-Labor Day.
Address: 318 N. Fifth
Phone: 319-524-5599
Our Email: keokukia@interl.net

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Miller House Museum

Home of Supreme Court justice appointed by Abraham Lincoln. Federal-style house with 19th century furnishings. Special exhibits include an early dentist's office, American Indian artifacts, the building of the dam and powerhouse and a children's room

Keokuk, IA Museums

George M. Verity Riverboat Museum

This museum is on the George M. Verity, a retired paddlewheel steamboat built in 1927 and retired in 1960. View its original boiler, machinery, crew quarters and pilot house. Photos of 19th century riverboats and artifacts of the steamboat era are also displayed on this national historic landmark. Keokuk, IA Museums




Keokuk National Cemetery

Iowa's only national cemetery, designated by Congress at the same time as Arlington National Cemetery. Union and Confederate soldiers, as well as members of the military representing all conflicts since the Civil War, are buried here.

Keokuk, IA Cemeteries

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