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Iowa is bordered by the Mississippi River on the east; the Missouri River and the Big Sioux River on the west; the northern boundary is a line along 43 degrees, 30 minutes north latitude. The southern border is the Des Moines River and a not-quite-straight line along approximately 40 degrees 35 minutes north, as decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in Missouri v.
University of Iowa researchers are partnering with school districts in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City to enroll elementary-age children in novel research to better understand how they identify, and recognize, words.
Travel Iowa is the official tourism website of the State of Iowa, the Hawkeye State. Find a tourism map, travel guide and the best things to do in Iowa. Attractions include state parks, the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Decorah bald eagles, Pella Tulip Festival, Amana Colonies tours, the Mississippi River and Dubuque, Maquoketa Caves State Park, and the Loess Hills.
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Iowa is a relatively small state that plays a disproportionately large role in American politics – its wintertime caucuses every four years signaling the official opening of another presidential ...
Iowa State University is the nation's most student-centered public research university. 100 majors. 800 clubs. 1 amazing adventure.
Iowa State History. The most powerful "native" nations in present-day Iowa were the Sauk and the Meskwaki.. These related peoples were driven west—by the Haudenosaunee and then the French—coming to Iowa in the 1700s. The first Europeans to visit the area were French explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet in 1673. The U.S. obtained the land in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase.