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Founded in 1847, today's University of Iowa is recognized as one of the nation's top public universities, offering more than 100 areas of study for its 31,112 students.
The institution's Writers' Workshop is internationally acclaimed, having fostered the creative talents of Wallace Stegner, Raymond Carver, Flannery O'Connor, T. Boyle, Rita Dove, John Casey, John Irving, Gail Godwin and Jane Smiley, and having as permanent or visiting faculty many prominent writers including its early director Paul Engle, Philip Roth, John Cheever, Nelson Algren, Frank Conroy, Marilynne Robinson and Kurt Vonnegut.
Kirkwood, governor during the Civil War (1860–64), again in 1876, a U. senator in 1877, and subsequently secretary of the interior and U. minister to Spain; well-known presidents of the university, Walter A. Hancher (1940–64); Cordelia Swan, daughter of one of the three commissioners who selected the site for Iowa City and the new territorial capitol; and Irving B. It is also home to the legendary monument called the "Black Angel", which is an 8.5 foot tall monument for the Feldevert family erected in 1912.
The facts behind the Black Angel long ago gave way to myths, superstitions and legend surrounding its mysterious change in color from a golden bronze cast to an eerie black.
so soon as the place shall be selected, and the consent of the United States obtained, the commissioners shall proceed to lay out a town to be called "Iowa City".
Building in which the Iowa Territorial Legislature first met in Iowa City.
On April 30, President Richard Nixon announced that U. forces would invade Cambodia because of the recent communist coup.
Students around the country protested this escalation of the Vietnam War.
In this second location, as shown, it became the notorious City Hotel.The cornerstone of the Old Capitol Building was laid in Iowa City on July 4, 1840.Iowa City served as the third and last territorial capital of Iowa, and the last four territorial legislatures met at the Old Capitol Building until December 28, 1846, when Iowa was admitted into the United States as the 29th state of the union.The original plot was one block square, with the southwest corner at Governor and Church.Over the years the cemetery has been expanded and now encompasses 40 acres.