The 1837 Ioway map reflects extensive native historical and geographic knowledge which until the In An Atlas of Early Maps of the American Midwest, The University of Iowa Iowa City, IA 52242 319-384-0732. [email protected] Webmaster. Browse all collections · Iowa Heritage Digital CollectionsUniversity of Iowa Libraries Bookbinding Model Collection Waukee Mining Collection. Maps, Atlases, Surveys. Des Moines River Valley Plat Maps, 1836-1851 Digital Iowa Geological Resources (DIGS) Hixson Plat Map Atlases of Iowa Iowa Counties Historic Atlases State Law Library of Iowa Blueprints. Music. Grundy Center Concert Band Audio Collection
The first two counties, Des Moines County and Dubuque County, were created in 1834 when Iowa was still part of the Michigan Territory. In preparation for Michigan s statehood, part of Michigan Territory was formed into Wisconsin Territory in 1836. Two years later, the Iowa Territory, was organized from the western portion of the Wisconsin Territory on June 12, 1838. Iowa Geospatial DataState of Iowa Geospatial Data Assets Old Historical City, County and State Maps of IowaOf the approximately 4,000 Iowa maps included in both locations of the State Historical Society of Iowa library, the Des Moines branch has original plat maps created by the territorial land surveyors. Current county maps for Iowa can be ordered from the Iowa Department of Transportation. The maps are fairly easy to read, divided by townships and sections, and show highways, railroads, cities and towns, and
1917. Successful Farming Publishing Co. and State Historical Society of Iowa (Iowa City). (Successful Farming Publishing Co., 1917, Atlas and Plat Book of Adair County, Iowa); 1 atlas:b&w.; 31 X 41 cm. Material in the public domain. Standard Atlas of Clayton County, Iowa · Iowa Heritage Jul 22, 2011 · Iowa Counties Historic Atlases. Next Item Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by State Library of Iowa. The 1837 Ioway Map - University of IowaThe History of the 1837 Ioway Map. The map, drawn in black ink on two large sheets of paper, was presented at a U.S. government-hosted council designed to persuade several midwestern tribes to agree to land cessions and new treaties. The council included members from the Sac, Fox and Ioway tribes, and government officials from the US Indian Commmission.
Iowa Counties Historic Atlases. Contributor:University of Iowa Libraries, Map Collection and State Historical Society of Iowa. Until this time, of the two most widely used early Iowa atlases, the 1875 Andreas Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa has been the most readily available in