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Des Moines, The Pioneer of Municipal Progress and Reform of the Middle West, Together with the History of Polk County, Iowa, the Largest, Most Populous and Most Prosperous County in the State of Iowa

This book examines the history of Des Moines, Iowa, and Polk County, Iowa. Resource can be used with the following standards to further develop lessons: 3rd grade SS 3.27 Immigration and Migration, 4th grade SS 4.25 Technological Changes, 8th grade SS 8.25 Iowa Government and SS-Econ. 9-12.24 Iowa Impact Upon Economy.
S. J. Clarke Pub. Co.
Publishing Place
Chicago, Illinois
U.S. Chronology
Iowa History Eras
Relational Notes
Resource is related to the following objects, which can be found by searching the catalog number in the advanced search section: Catalog #: 2018.009.014- Dexfield Park 2018.009.037- Marilyn Bode Book 2018.014.013- WWII Identification of Werner Pintus 2018.009.011- Dexfield Park Newspaper Clipping 2018.045.001- Norman Borlaug 2018.003.002- Dress of Sara Sherman 2018.014.023- Korean War Helmet of David Belin 2018.014.020- Jewish Settlement House 2018.014.009- WWII Jacket of Jacob Szneler 2018.003.003- Hoyt Sherman Place 2018.056.011- 1868 Map of Des Moines 2018.056.014- Map of Polk County 2018.014.011- David Belin 2018.056.004- Iowa State Capitol 2018.043.004- Camp Dodge 2018.043.001- Camp Dodge 2018.043.002- Camp Dodge 2018.043.003- Camp Dodge 2018.043.005- Camp Dodge 2018.048.008- Grand View College 2018.003.001-Hoyt Sherman 2018.034.011- Andreas Nielsen Hansen 2018.014.012- Abraham Harry "A.H." Blank 2018.014.015- Jewish Seder Dinner 2018.014.016- Beth El Jacob Synagogue 2018.014.021- Jewish Seder Dinner 2018.009.036- Marilyn Bode 2018.048.003- Camp Dodge 2018.014.017- Jacob Szneler 2018.012.010- Samuel Joe Brown
Iowa County
Early & Late Date
1910 to 1915