Adams County was named in honor of John Adams, the second President of the United States. It was created from Pottawattamie County in 1851, but not fully organized until 1853. The county, located in the southwestern part of the state, has a total area of 425 square miles. The county seat is Corning.

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Adams County Speedway
Features a 1/2 mile NASCAR sanctioned dirt track. Press releases, results, schedule, photographs and track information. Located in Corning.
Adams County, Iowa
Provides a brief history and a directory of services.
Adams County, Iowa
Includes directory of area businesses and services, information about the schools, recreation, events, and links to communities.
City-Data.com: Adams County, Iowa
Profiles population demographics, jobs, housing, agriculture and crime statistics. Includes a list of recreational areas, churches, cemeteries, post offices, charts, graphs and maps.
Iowa State University Extension - Adams County
Offers agricultural, business, family and 4-H programs and resources. Includes staff directory, news, events, hours and directions. Located in Corning.
U.S. Census Bureau - Adams County, Iowa
Provides population, demographic, and housing information.
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