Traer is a city located in Tama County, Iowa. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 1,594. James "Tama Jim" Wilson lived in Traer after serving as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and was buried in a cemetery northwest of the town in 1920.
Web Sites and Links
Farmers Savings Bank & TrustProvides products and services for personal, business, and agricultural financial needs. Online banking access, hours and locations, and history.
Ripley United Church of ChristProvides ministries, special events, photos, its history and directions.
The Traer United Presbyterian ChurchFeatures the staff, events, ministries, and a location map.
Traer MuseumNon-profit organization that helps communicate to the community the values of its past. Includes a virtual display and hours.
Traer United Methodist ChurchFeatures the pastor's welcome, a history, ministries, and a location map.
Traer, IowaFeatures an overview of the community and information about civic organizations, churches, the town government, schools, medical services and a business directory.