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Indiana History

    Interesting Facts About the State of Indiana

    Learn some of the most interesting facts about our state.

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    The Symbols of Indiana

    What is our state tree? Click the button to find out.

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    The 92 Counties of Indiana

    All 92 counties and their namesakes.

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    Early History of Indiana to 1779

    What was Indiana like before it became a state?

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    The Road to Statehood

    The beginning of our state.

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    Indiana the 19th State

    Admitted to the U.S. December 11, 1816.

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    Pioneer Settlement in Indiana

    How the state of Indiana was settled and populated.

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    Foundation of Indiana Education and Religion

    Education and religion in Indiana before the Civil War.

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    The Development of Modern Indiana

    The move from a rural Indiana to an industrial Indiana.

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    The Golden Era of Indiana

    The rise of the KKK and industrial modernization.

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    Indiana, a State of Change

    Indiana sees the growth of its cities and population increases.

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    Indiana and Another World War

    Indiana participates in and supplies another world war.

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