1846, the Hawkeye State, Iowa became the 29th State of the
United States. Bordered by two great American rivers (the
Mississippi and the Missouri) on its east and west sides,
it has a rich agricultural tradition and ranks first in
the nation with corn and soybean production as well as in
hog production from over 90,000 farms. Famous individuals
such as Herbert Hoover, John Wayne, Glenn Miller and Grant
Wood, made Iowa their home. It was part of the Lewis and
Clark expedition and many other historic events. Iowa's
state capital is Des Moines. This large city offers
shopping, restaurants and attractions such as the State
Historical Museum. The states wide open spaces and
farmland attracts visitors from all over the world - this
is a place to drive through meadows and see forever, feel
the vastness of land and experience a bed and breakfast
with farm fresh breakfast and congenial innkeepers.
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