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Vintage Iowa Maps
Iowa was admitted to the union in 1846 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Since then, many historical maps have been created that feature the Hawkeye State.

At Ted's Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Iowa maps that include nearly every county in the state (Polk, Linn, Scott, Johnson, Black Hawk, Woodbury, Story, Dubuque, and Dallas).

Our most commonly requested maps for Iowa are typically for the cities of Des Moines (the state's capital), Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Sioux City, Iowa City, Waterloo, Ames, West Des Moines, Council Bluffs, and Dubuque.

To browse our collection of old Iowa maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Iowa map and don't see it on this page, contact us, and we will check our archives.
About Iowa
Sweeping flat plains, gently rolling hills, and vast fields of farmland are the hallmark of Iowa's landscape. Agriculture is prominent in the Midwest state, where approximately 90 percent of the land is farmland. It's said that one family farm in Iowa grows enough to feed 279 people. The two major crops are corn (Iowa is the biggest corn producer in the U.S.) and soybeans, and in livestock, it's cattle and hogs.

Iowa's economy is also driven by manufacturing, information technology, and green energy production, among other industries. In the capital of Des Moines, specifically, it's all about insurance and financial services. There are more than 80 insurance companies alone in the city.

The state is also home to three state universities. Iowa State University, located in Ames, is the largest and is known for its research programs. The University of Iowa in Iowa City is the state's second-largest and is known for its law, health care, and fine arts programs. And the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls offers majors in business, education, humanities, arts, and more.

Some famous names born in Iowa include television host Johnny Carson, actor John Wayne, professional wrestler Seth Rollins, and Herbert Hoover, the 31st president of the United States. And remember the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" starring actor Kevin Costner? The famous house and field you see in the movie are in Dyersville, Iowa, about 25 miles west of Dubuque. Considered by many to be one of the best sports movies of all time, "Field of Dreams" was filmed on two neighboring farms. Today, the area is a popular tourist attraction, and Major League Baseball even built its own field adjacent to the original one used in the movie.

Finally, did you know the house in the famous American Gothic painting is a real place? The painter, Grant Wood, spotted the home while traveling through Eldon, Iowa, and painted it (along with two people he imagined would live in such a house), when he returned home to Cedar Rapids. The famous 1930 painting is part of the collection at the Art Institute of Chicago, and the house that inspired it draws visitors to the small town of Eldon, Iowa.

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Vintage Iowa Maps
Iowa was admitted to the union in 1846 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Since then, many historical maps have been created that feature the Hawkeye State.

At Ted's Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Iowa maps that include nearly every county in the state (Polk, Linn, Scott, Johnson, Black Hawk, Woodbury, Story, Dubuque, and Dallas).

Our most commonly requested maps for Iowa are typically for the cities of Des Moines (the state's capital), Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Sioux City, Iowa City, Waterloo, Ames, West Des Moines, Council Bluffs, and Dubuque.

To browse our collection of old Iowa maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Iowa map and don't see it on this page, contact us, and we will check our archives.
About Iowa
Sweeping flat plains, gently rolling hills, and vast fields of farmland are the hallmark of Iowa's landscape. Agriculture is prominent in the Midwest state, where approximately 90 percent of the land is farmland. It's said that one family farm in Iowa grows enough to feed 279 people. The two major crops are corn (Iowa is the biggest corn producer in the U.S.) and soybeans, and in livestock, it's cattle and hogs.

Iowa's economy is also driven by manufacturing, information technology, and green energy production, among other industries. In the capital of Des Moines, specifically, it's all about insurance and financial services. There are more than 80 insurance companies alone in the city.

The state is also home to three state universities. Iowa State University, located in Ames, is the largest and is known for its research programs. The University of Iowa in Iowa City is the state's second-largest and is known for its law, health care, and fine arts programs. And the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls offers majors in business, education, humanities, arts, and more.

Some famous names born in Iowa include television host Johnny Carson, actor John Wayne, professional wrestler Seth Rollins, and Herbert Hoover, the 31st president of the United States. And remember the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" starring actor Kevin Costner? The famous house and field you see in the movie are in Dyersville, Iowa, about 25 miles west of Dubuque. Considered by many to be one of the best sports movies of all time, "Field of Dreams" was filmed on two neighboring farms. Today, the area is a popular tourist attraction, and Major League Baseball even built its own field adjacent to the original one used in the movie.

Finally, did you know the house in the famous American Gothic painting is a real place? The painter, Grant Wood, spotted the home while traveling through Eldon, Iowa, and painted it (along with two people he imagined would live in such a house), when he returned home to Cedar Rapids. The famous 1930 painting is part of the collection at the Art Institute of Chicago, and the house that inspired it draws visitors to the small town of Eldon, Iowa.

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