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Aurora Adair Iowa IA 50607
Fairbank Adair Iowa IA 50629
Hazleton Adair Iowa IA 50641
Independence Adair Iowa IA 50644
Jesup Adair Iowa IA 50648
Lamont Adair Iowa IA 50650
Stanley Adair Iowa IA 50671
Winthrop Adair Iowa IA 50682
Brandon Adair Iowa IA 52210
Quasqueton Adair Iowa IA 52326
Rowley Adair Iowa IA 52329

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IOWA STATE

Description

Iowa, a Midwestern U.S. state, sits between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers. Iowa state is known for its landscape of rolling plains and also cornfields. The Landmarks within the capital, Des Moines , inclusive of the 19th-century State Capitol , gold-domed, Pappajohn Sculpture Park and therefore the Des Moines Art Center, which is noted for its contemporary collections. The town of Cedar Rapids' Museum of Art has paintings by native Iowan Wood. 

Iowa is a state that is located in the Far South region of the United States. Iowa is the 32nd largest state and 34th-most populated state of the 50 U.S. states. Iowa is bordered to the north of the state by Tennessee in the east, Alabama to the southern part in the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Arkansas and to the southwest by Louisiana. The western boundary of Iowa is largely defined by the Iowa River. Jackson is both the state's capital and the largest city in the state. Greater Jackson is the state's most populated metropolitan area, having an estimated population of around 580,166 in 2018.

On the 10th of December, 1817, Iowa was innaugrated as the 20th state to be admited to the Union. By 1860, Iowa was the nation's highest cotton-producing state and enslaved persons made up for over 55% of the state total population. Iowa declared its secession from the Union on March 23, 1861, and it was one of the seven original Confederate States, which is made up of the largest slaveholding states in the nation. Following the Civil War, it was restored into the Union on February 23, 1870.

Until the Great Migration that occured in the early 1930s, African Americans were a majority of Iowa's population. Iowa was the site of many prominent events that occured during the civil rights movement, which includes the Ole Miss riot of 1962 by white students objecting to desegregation, the 1963 assassination of Medgar Evers, and the 1964 Freedom Summer murders of three activists that was working on voting rights. With large areas of agriculture and rural settlement areas, Iowa frequently ranks low among states in the areas of health, education, and urban development, and very high in the areas of poverty. In 2010, 37.3% of Iowa's population was African American, which is the highest percentage of any state.

Iowa is almost entirely within the coastal plain of the Gulf, and generally made up of lowland plains and low hills. The northwest remainder of the state is made up of the Iowa Delta, which is a section of the Iowa Alluvial Plain. Iowa's highest point is the Woodall Mountain standing at 807 feet (246 m) above sea level adjacent to the Cumberland Plateau; the lowest is the Gulf of Mexico. Iowa has a humid subtropical climate classification.

Iowa is bordered in the north by Tennessee, to the south by Louisiana, in the east by Alabama,and a narrow coast on the Gulf of Mexico, and to the west, across the Iowa River, by Louisiana and also Arkansas.

In addition to its namesake, major rivers in Iowa are the Pearl River, the Big Black River, the Pascagoula River, the Yazoo River, and the Tombigbee River. Major lakes include Arkabutla, Ross Barnett Reservoir, Sardis, and Grenada, with the largest being Sardis Lake.

Iowa is entirely made up of lowlands, the highest point being the Woodall Mountain, in the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains, 807 ft (246 m) above sea level. The lowest point is the sea level at the Gulf Coast.

 

7 Must-See Waterfalls in Iowa State Parks

1. Siewers Springs, Decorah.

2. Bridal Veil Falls, Pikes Peak State Park, McGregor.

3. Backbone State Park Spillway, Dundee.

4. Macbride Falls, Solon.

5. Union Grove State Park Spillway, Gladbrook.

6. Ledges State Park, Boone.

7. Beed's Lake Spillway, Hampton.

 

District

Current districts and representatives

District Representative CPVI

1st Abby Finkenauer (D–Dubuque) D+1

2nd Dave Loebsack (D–Iowa City) D+1

3rd Cindy Axne (D–West Des Moines) R+1

4th Steve King (R–Kiron) R+11

 

Constitution

Iowa has held 3 constitutional conventions done, in 1844, 1846, and 1857, with the primary constitution which was rejected by the voters and therefore the second and third constitutions approved by the voters. The document drafted and amended by the 1857 convention is that the current, original Constitution of the State of Iowa.

 

Quick Facts About IOWA

• The estimated population of Iowa is 2,830,000. Among the 50states, Iowa ranks 30th in population and 23rd in acreage .

• The word "Iowa" comes form the American Indian tribe of an equivalent name.

• Iowa emerged as the 29th state on December 28, 1846.

• Iowa is that the only state bordered by two navigable rivers; the Missouri to the west and therefore the Mississippi to the east.

• The capital of Iowa is called Des Moines.

• Iowa state has a record of 3 state universities: 1. Iowa StateUniversity  2. University of Iowa, and 3. University of Northern Iowa.

• Iowa is ranked first in beef, corn, soybean, pork and grain production.

• Just a Iowa family farm can grow enough food and fiber to feed 279 people.

• The world's first electronic computer was built and operated by researchers at Iowa State University within the 1930's.

• the most important source of private income for Iowans is manufacturing.

• Iowa students' ACT and SAT scores rank among the highest five states.

• The highschool graduation rate is 88%; 17% above the national average.

• Iowa's nuisance tax rate is 5%.

• The median cost of a house is 36% less than the typical price of a house nationwide.

• Sergeant Charles Floyd, the sole person to die during Lewis and Clark's historic journey, is buried in Sioux City .

 

Iowa Inventions

These are some inventions that the Iowans created

1. Pinterest. 

2. Iowa-computer.

3. Sliced light bread.

4. Blue-bunny-lemars. Blue Bunny frozen dessert.

5. Trampoline. 

6. Eskimo Pie. 

7. Russell-stover-candies.

8. Manhattan-project.