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State Historical Society of Iowa

Original Seal.
State Historical Society Building, Des Moines.

The State Historical Society of Iowa (SHSI), a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, serves as the official historical repository for the State of Iowa Capitol in Des Moines.[1][2]

Contents

  • SHSI publications 1
  • State and federal regulation 2
  • State Historical Museum of Iowa 3
  • SHSI historic sites 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

SHSI publications

The SHSI currently publishes Iowa Heritage Illustrated (formerly The Palimpsest) and the Annals of Iowa. In the past it published the Goldfinch, the Iowa Journal of History and Politics, and the Iowa Historical Record.[3] It also currently produces an e-newsletter, the Iowa Historian.[4]

Subscriptions and back issues are available.

State and federal regulation

The SHSI is part of the Iowa Department of Cultural affairs, both organizations coordinate the State Historic Preservation Office of Iowa, Iowa's designated SHPO, which reviews state and federally mandated laws and regulations relating to historic and archaeological work.[5]

State Historical Museum of Iowa

Located in Des Moines, Iowa, the State Historical Museum of Iowa is the Society's main museum. Exhibits show Iowa’s growth and development and its citizens.

SHSI historic sites

SHSI Historic Sites Overview and Links

See also

References

  1. ^ Shambaugh (1907) A Brief History of the State Historical Society of Iowa, 1857–1907, Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa.
  2. ^ State Historical Society of Iowa, http://www.iowahistory.org/
  3. ^ State Historical Society Publications, http://www.iowahistory.org/publications/index.html
  4. ^ Iowa Historian http://www.iowahistory.org/publications/iowa-historian/index.html
  5. ^ Iowa State Historic Preservation Office, http://www.iowahistory.org/historic-preservation/index.html

External links

  • State Historical Society of Iowa
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