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Lee County, Iowa
The Samuel F. Miller House and Museum is located at 318 North 5th Street in Keokuk and is owned and operated by the Lee County, Iowa Historical Society. The home was built by Samuel Freeman Miller in 1859 at a cost of $13,000. Miller was appointed to the United States Supreme Court by Abraham Lincoln in 1862, and served until his death in 1890.
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On The Ground Floor…
We are located at 318 North 5th Street in Keokuk, Iowa.
Mail for LCIHS should be sent to
LCIHS, PO Box 125, Keokuk, Iowa 52632-5611
The society can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note that we are unable to respond to requests for research at this time. However, through a partnership with the Keokuk Public Library, you may contact a librarian to submit research requests. Please visit the Keokuk Public Library's website to obtain the library's contact information.*
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