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Study of Iowa Population as Related to Industrial Conditions

This book examines the changing population in the state of Iowa, with chapters focusing on population in counties, census reports, rural and urban population, and the causes and remedies of dying populations. Resource can be used with the following standards to further develop lessons: 3rd grade SS 3.27 Immigration and Migration and 4th grade SS 4.25 Technological Change.
Author
Publisher
Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Publishing Place
Ames, Iowa
Year
1912
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 #: 2018.010.004- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.007- Muscatine Pearl Industry Newspaper Clip 2018.010.031- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.006- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.002- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.001- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.034- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.033- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.032- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.010.003- Muscatine Pearl Industry 2018.012.014- Buxton Mining Town 2018.012.015- Buxton Mining Town Padlock 2018.012.018- Buxton Mining Town 2018.051.035- Klemme Railroad Depot 2018.005..001- Winfield Railroad Depot 2018.051.017- Crystal Lake Railroad Depot 2018.051.025- Rock Island Railroad Depot 2018.051.029- Hutchins Railroad Depot 2018.021.009- Mount Ayr Railroad Depot 2018.051.039- Hancock County Railroad Depot 2018.021.043- Benton Railroad Depot 2018.021.036- Diagonal Railroad Depot 2018.021.066- Knowlton Railroad Depot 2018.021.073- Tingley Railroad Depot 2018.051.011- Corwith Railroad Depot 2018.021.042- Delphos Railroad Depot 2018.021.062- Kellerton Railroad Depot 2018.051.034- Kanawha Railroad Depot
Early & Late Date
1910 to 1915