- 1656 map showing the uncharted west
- Western U.S. shown in 1776 map
- Early State Border Marker U.S. Highway 65
- Sectional Map of Iowa, 1850
- The Old Capitol, pre-1900
- Land Ownership
- Iowa Becomes a Territory
- Iowa Government is Formed
- Iowa Assembly Meets
- Iowa and Missouri Dispute Border
- Iowa Moves Toward Statehood
- Iowa Boundary Debate
- Iowa Becomes a State
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Iowa Becomes a Territory
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In 1834, Iowa became a part of the Michigan Territory. In 1836, Michigan became a state and Iowa was made a part of the new Wisconsin Territory. By 1838, Iowa’s population numbered more that ten thousand and Congress created the separate Territory of Iowa. The pioneers had already worked their magic on some of the land of Iowa. Strong, healthy crops grew where once only the prairie grass swayed in the wind.
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