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A 2007 article in The New York Times said, "If you have any desire to witness presidential candidates in the most close-up and intimate of settings, there is arguably no better place to go than Des Moines." Some historians and researchers lacking linguistic or Algonquianist training concluded that Moingona meant "people by the portage" or something similar, a reference to the Des Moines Rapids.
This was where the earliest known encounters between the Moingona and European explorers took place.
On May 25, 1846, the state legislature designated Fort Des Moines as the seat of Polk County.
It is on and named after the Des Moines River, which likely was adapted from the French colonial name, Rivière des Moines, meaning "River of the Monks". insurance industry, and has a sizable financial services and publishing business base.
The city's population was 216,553 as of the 2017 population estimate. The city was credited as the "number one spot for U. insurance companies" in a Business Wire article and named the third-largest "insurance capital" of the world.
One popular interpretation of "Des Moines" ignores Vogel's research, and concludes that it refers to a group of French Trappist monks, who in the 17th century lived in huts built on top of what is now known as the ancient Monks Mound at Cahokia, the major center of Mississippian culture, which developed in what is present-day Illinois, east of the Mississippi River and the current city of St. This was some 200 miles (320 km) from the Des Moines River.
Based on archeological evidence, the junction of the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers has attracted humans for at least 7,000 years.
It contains well-preserved house deposits and numerous graves. State of Iowa archaeologist John Doershuk was assisted by University of Iowa archaeologists at this dig.
At least three Late Prehistoric villages, dating from about AD 1300 to 1700, stood in or near what developed later as downtown Des Moines.
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This town is at the juncture of the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers.
It is mostly a level prairie with a few swells or hills around it.