- Immigrants Studying for Naturalization, 1937
- Immigrating by Steamer, ca. 1901
- Why Move to Iowa?
- Immigrant Transportation
- Iowa Land for Sale
- The Icarians
- Czechoslovakians Come to Iowa
- Immigrants Adjust to New Lives
- Variety of Immigrants Come to Iowa
- Dutch Immigrate to Iowa
- A Legacy Continues
- Iowans Became Aware of Diverse Cultures
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Iowa Land for Sale
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At first government land was sold to speculators for $1.25 an acre. Then in the 1850s over ten percent of all land in Iowa was given to the railroads. As settlers entered the state, they bought land from the speculators, the railroads or directly from the government.
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