The Annals of Iowa is a thought-provoking history journal to satisfy even the most serious explorer of Iowa's past. Published quarterly, The Annals of Iowa is more than a mere rehashing of historical anecdotes. The Annals examines the deeds, misdeeds, and accomplishments of our predecessors and shows you how those actions fit into the larger mosaic of Iowa's past.
The Annals of Iowa issues from 1863–1969 and 2006–2013 are now digitized and issues from 1970-2005 are expected to be completed this year. View the Annals of Iowa online.
The Annals of Iowa invites articles, edited documents, and other annotated, unpublished primary materials on Iowa history and on subjects concerning the nation and the Midwest with an Iowa focus. Regional and local studies of political, economic, social, cultural, ethnic, institutional, archeological, and architectural history are welcome.
See Guidelines for Editorial Procedures and Practices for specific information about the submission of manuscripts.
Manuscripts should be submitted to:
Marvin Bergman, Editor
The Annals of Iowa
State Historical Society of Iowa
402 Iowa Avenue
Iowa City, Iowa 52240