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About Iowa City Iowa

The state of Iowa was first visited by French explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet. By the 18th century, France was in control of the area. However, it was not until 1803 that the United States gained control of the area. This was due to the Louisiana Purchase when the United States bought about 830,000,000 square miles of land from France. For years, after the purchase, the Indians and settlers were constantly fighting one another. In 1846, Iowa was accepted into the United States and named Iowa City as the state capital.

Iowa City, Iowa was created in 1839 and acted as the Legislative Assembly of the Iowa Territory. It was chosen by the three commissioners: Chauncey Swan. Robert Ralston, and John Ronalds. In November of that same year, John Rague created a design for the new capital building. Construction of this building began in 1840, however, the architect left the project nine days into construction. This meant that Chauncey Swan had to step up and oversee the construction. It took two years for the capitol building to be finished, and was called the Old Capitol Building. Once the new capital building was completed, Iowa City Iowa held the Fifth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa.

There were several important events that took place in the capitol building. For instance, on December 28 of 1846, Ansel Briggs was inaugurated as the first governor of Iowa. This ceremony took place in Iowa City Iowa in the newly built capitol building. The University of Iowa was founded 59 days after Iowa was accepted into the Union, in 1847. The college was temporarily housed in the Old Capitol building in Iowa City Iowa. Then in 1857, when the capital of Iowa was moved from Iowa City, Iowa to Des Moines, Iowa, the Old Capitol Building became the permanent home of the University.

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