Roughly 5 scenery shots set for about three seconds each, cut between each, then title fades in center screen after cut to black
Speaker stands in woods, turns to face camera, zoom in on face and torso, and speaker introduces Iowa
Insert picture of Buxton Iowa. (Cite from which source the picture came from.)
Narrator speaks in still shot, "Iowa is a place with bountiful Beauty. Its people are known for being Hardy and polite, but why is that?"
Cut to scene with railroad tracks and passing train (after mention of trains and mining), narrator discusses farming and coal mining as major professions.
Cut to picture of Buxton, Iowa, narrator continues, "An example of the heart of Iowa is none other than the mining-town of Buxton. Founded in 1895, Buxton had as many African American miners as there were Caucasians."
Continue to discuss the importance of coal mining towns, but then (cut to narrator) narrator concludes by reiterating that Iowa is not just cornfields, but the people that make up the state as well.