by Robert C. Shepard, Patrick Bitterman, J. Clark Archer and Fred M. Shelley
University of Iowa Press, 2024
Paper: 978-1-60938-959-8 | eISBN: 978-1-60938-960-4
Library of Congress Classification G1430S5 2024
Dewey Decimal Classification 912.777

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
From Iowa Territory’s nail-bitingly close referenda for statehood to the rise and subsequent erasure of German language media, Atlas of Iowa examines the state’s geography, demographics, agriculture, and political/cultural patterns. Drawing upon archival materials and synthesizing little-known secondary sources, the authors of this thematic atlas have pulled together a comprehensive map series that depicts Iowa’s complex, unique story of challenging human-environmental interaction. The narrative themes are conveyed both verbally and visually, allowing many of the state’s cultural debates to come alive. From Iowa’s rise to becoming a national leader in aspects of higher education and green energy development to its oft-critiqued social fabric, the Atlas of Iowa reveals the rich, complicated, and diverse heritage of the Hawkeye State.
 

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