What does Iowa have?
Home to bounties of corn, Iowa is a charming state in the Midwest. A popular summer attraction, the Iowa State Fair brings many from all around to enjoy home cooked food, nightly concerts and, of course, the showing of animals in competition. Iowa is also the home to Shawn Johnson, Olympic Gold Medalist and Des Moines resident. Another popular site in Iowa is the original Field of Dreams, used in the film starring Kevin Costner. This is located in Dyersville, IA, and can be visited during the summer. "If you build it, they will come." This still holds true twenty years after the film was made, being that Iowa is still an enjoyable place to visit.
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Lots, Jorden Creek Mall, in Des Moines. Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark in Dubuque. Lost Island Waterpark, in Waterloo. lots and lots of corn, Home to Iowa, Hawkeyes.
US - Midwest: 41.57673 N, 093.61740 W . The Mississippi River separates Iowa from Illinois and Wisconsin to form the eastern boundary of the state. The Missouri River on th…e west edge of the state forms the boundary with Nebraska (with the exception of Carter Lake). The Big Sioux River in the northwest corner of the state forms the North/South boundary with South Dakota. To the north lies Minnesota and to the south lies Missouri. . The State of Iowa is a state in the midwestern region of the United States of America . It is the 29th state of the United States , having joined the Union on December 28 , 1846 . The state is named for the Ioway people, a Siouan tribe of Native Americans that formerly lived there. It is known as the " Hawkeye State " or the "Tall Corn State". . Iowa is a state in the United States. . 40Â°â23â² N to 43Â°â30â² N and 90Â°â8â² W to 96Â°â38â² W. The state Iowa is located in the Midwest region of the United States. Iowa borders Nebraska to the east, Minnesota to the south, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Illinois.
Oh Iowa is a small city in Chicago... It's a state! And just to clarify this with you, Chicago is a city, not a state, that might seem obvious but you asked what Iowa was so..….
Iowa is a state located in the Mid Western United States ofAmerica. Iowa can be located on many maps.
Iowa Falls is a city in Hardin County , Iowa , United States . Iowa Falls is the home of Ellsworth Community College . It is also a regional transportation center, located… along U.S. Routes 20 and 65 and the Canadian National and Union Pacific Railroads. The population was 5,193 at the 2000 census . .
It is located in Iowa City, IA There is no such place as "Iowa University". "Iowa State University" is located in Ames, Iowa. The "University of Iowa" is located in Iowa Cit…y, Iowa. The "University of Northern Iowa" is located in Cedar Falls, Iowa. And "Upper Iowa University" is located in Fayette, Iowa. "Iowa Univeristy" is located only in your imagination.
Farming is a state where farming plays a major role in living.. What you want to do?? as far as what goes??
Each institution has its own strengths. Each is better in some areas. For a more specific answer, you have to say "better at what."
Iowa's only federally recognized Native American nation is the Meskwaki Nation, in Tama Iowa. They are part of the Sac and Fox of the Mississippi.
Nope. It's in Southeren Iowa.
The Iowa Tests of Basic Skills and the Iowa Tests of Educational Development are called IOWA because the completed tests are sent to Iowa City to be checked. Also the professo…rs at University of Iowa came up with the test questions. It's not as if IOWA stands for anything, though I'd make it stand for "Individual Overwhelming Wacky Assessment."
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Yes. In August 2011, while biking along the Raccoon River Bike Trail southwest of Des Moines, we encountered a badger. As he was crossing the trail approximately 100 yards in …front of us, we startled him. Instead of scampering into the underbrush, he waddled down the trail for several minutes. We were riding at about 5 mph and closing in on him, while maintaining a safe distance. Soon, he turned, giving us a magnificent profile (as if to say, Yes, I am a badger), then jumped into the tall grass and brush. We stopped to investigate, but he was gone. I have been trying to find more information on badgers in Iowa, but have come up empty handed in my internet search.