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History[ edit ] Spain gained control of the Louisiana Territory west of the Mississippi River following the defeat of the French in the Seven Years' War ; the British took over all territory to the east, as well as Canada.
Inhe received permission from the Spanish government and the local Meskwaki American Indians to mine the area's rich lead deposits. Control of Louisiana and Dubuque's mines shifted briefly back to France inthen to the United States infollowing the Louisiana Purchase.
Dubuque died in The Meskwaki continued to mine with full support of the U. Government untilwhen the Meskwaki were illegally pushed out of the mine region by American prospectors. The city was officially chartered inlocated in unorganized territory of the United States.
The region was designated as the Iowa Territory inand was included in the newly created State of Iowa in After the lead resources were exhausted, the city became home to numerous industries.
Dubuque became a center for the timber industry because of its proximity to forests in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and was later dominated by various millworking businesses.
Inthe Diamond Jo Line moved its company headquarters to Dubuque. Since then, Iowans have followed a variety of religious traditions. The city's large Roman Catholic congregations led to its designation as the seat of the newly established Archdiocese of Dubuque.
Numerous convents, abbeys, and other religious institutions were built. The ethnic German and Irish descendants maintain a strong Catholic presence in the city. His son Nicholas E.
Subsequently, Dubuque grew significantly, and industrial activity remained its economic mainstay until the s. During that time, a series of changes in manufacturing and the onset of the "Farm Crisis" led to a large decline in the sector and the city's economy as a whole.
In the s the economy diversified rapidly, shifting away from heavy industry. Dubuque attracts well over 1, tourists annually, and the number continues to increase. The city has encouraged development of the America's River Project's tourist attractions in the Port of Dubuquethe expansion of the city's colleges, and the continued growth of shopping centers, such as Asbury Plaza.
Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. February Dubuque has received a number of awards and recognition for its redevelopment this century.8.C Spain grew anti-american so they closed the river to american shipping making it impossible for western American farmers to market crops through the port of New Orleans.
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