In 1839, a boundary dispute erupted between Iowa and Missouri. Missouri claimed the boundary was further north and Iowa claimed it was further south. The original boundary was based on the Sullivan line. In 1817, J.C. Sullivan surveyed Iowa to mark boundaries for Osage Indian lands. As northwest Missouri and southwest Iowa were settled, confusion set in on where exactly this line was.
2013 Annual Human Rights Day
December 10, 2013
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Have you recovered from the change in time yet? Ever wonder why we have to reset our clocks twice a year? The merits of Daylight Saving Time (DST) have been argued ever since Benjamin Franklin took a trip to Paris in 1784 and “saw the light,” penning a proposal to economize the use of candles during the daytime.