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This was worse than getting spit at, another inmate favorite. The stories of darkness and mystery are rich at the old prison, its first stones laid before Iowa was a state.
At last it sits entirely empty, the medical wing closed a couple weeks ago, leaving it a relic of human behavior and structures to correct it. Only wind whips through the prison yard where the most violent of criminals at the maximum-security “fort” once did sit-ups inside chain-link exercise cages.
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The Des Moines Register maintains the database of state employees based on electronic files used for the annual printing of the state salary book.Inaccuracies in the data should be referred to the Iowa Department of Administrative Services, the source of the state salary book. Source: Iowa Department of Administrative Services. A chance to tour the Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison is drawing big crowds, encouraging local residents who want to preserve the historic structure, parts of which date to 1839.The "Fort" was the oldest prison in use west of the Mississippi River until inmates were shuttled to a new, modern prison capable of holding hundreds more inmates a few years ago. It took on a temporary new life Sunday in its first public tour, as thousands lined up to get a look at the landmarks and rally support for preserving the old prison as a historical site. 18, 2013, photo shows a guard tower at the Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison, Iowa.Stone walls surround the vast emptiness, razor wire shining in the sun, and corner battlement towers are vacant of trained weapons specialists who for 178 years watched inmates below.