Water Companies in Centerville, IA
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* City of Centerville
(641) 437-4339 more info
Municipal Waterworks
(641) 856-8495 more info
Rathbun Regional Water Assoc Inc
(641) 647-2416 more info
Seymour Water Department
(641) 898-7146 more info

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Facts about Centerville, IA:
Centerville is a city in and the county seat of Appanoose County, Iowa, United States. After the turn of the 20th century Centerville had a booming coal mining industry that attracted many European immigrants. The city today remains the home of many Swedish-Americans, Italian-Americans, Croatian-Americans, Albanian-Americans and others descended from immigrants who worked in the mines. Founded in 1846 by Jonathon Stratton under the name of "Chaldea," the city was planned around a unique two-block long city square. The name was later changed to Senterville, named after William Tandy Senter, a prominent Tennessee politician. When incorporation papers were filed in 1855, someone mistook the name for a misspelling and corrected it to Centerville. The first coal mine in Centerville was opened in 1868, with its mine shaft about one-half mile from the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad depot. Horse-power was used to raise coal from the mines until 1872, when the Watson Coal Company...

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