BLAINE.  In section 26, Maple Valley Township. Post office, 1877-1900


CROZIER. In western part of secion 14, Grant Township, Post office, 1881-1900


ELKTON. . In western part of Elk Township. Post office, 1893-1900.


HIRES GROVE. In the northwest corner of Grant Township. Post office, 1875.


MAYVIEW. In northeastern part of Poland Township. Post office, 1881.


MENOTI. In section 34, Lee Township. Post office, 1871-85.


NORTHAM.   Listed in U.S. Postal Guide of 1900 as a post office in Buena Vista county, but not found on maps.


ORSLAND.   Listed in U.S. Postal Guide of 1900 as a post office in Buena Vista County, but not found on maps.


PEACH.  On south western part of section 26, Grant Township. Post office, 1881-97.


PLUM.   Listed in U.S. Postal Guide of 1897 as a post office in Buena Vista county, but not found on maps.


RACINE. In section 34, Lincoln Township. Post office, 1881-1900.


SAYRE.   Listed in U.S. Postal Guide of 1893 as a post office in Buena Vista County, but not found on maps.


WEST SCOTT.   On the west line of Scott Township. Post office, 1877-97.

Buena Vista County was named after the final victory field of General Zachary Taylor in the Mexican War




Established January 15, 1851

Buena Vista County

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