Facts About Indiana



Facts About Indiana


  • Counties of Indiana: 83

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    * Adams * Allen * Bartholomew * Benton * Blackford * Boone * Brown * Carroll * Cass * Clark * Clay * Clinton * Crawford * Daviess * Dearborn * Decatur * De Kalb * Delaware * Dubois * Elkhart * Fayette * Floyd * Fountain * Franklin * Fulton * Gibson * Grant * Greene * Hamilton * Hancock * Harrison * Hendricks * Henry * Howard * Huntington * Jackson * Jasper * JayJefferson * Jennings * Johnson * Knox * Kosciusko * Lagrange * Lake * La Porte * Lawrence * Madison * Marion * Marshall * Martin * Miami * Monroe * Montgomery * Morgan * Newton * Noble * Ohio * Orange * Owen * Parke * Perry * Pike * Porter * Posey * Pulaski * Putnam * Randolph * Ripley * Rush * St. Joseph * Scott * Shelby * Spencer * Starke * Steuben * Sullivan * Switzerland * Tippecanoe * Tipton * Union * Vanderburgh * Vermillion * Vigo * Wabash * Warren * Warrick * Washington * Wayne * Wells * White * Whitley *

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  • State Motto: "The Crossroads of America"

  • State Capital: Indianapolis

  • State Abbreviation: IN

  • State Name of Residents: Indianians or Hoosiers

  • Date State Entered the Union: December 11, 1816; became the 19th state

  • State Size: 35,867 square miles; the 38th largest state

  • State Song: "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away,"

  • State Nick Name: Hoosier State

  • State Tree: Tulip tree (liriodendron tulipifera)

  • State Flower: Peony

  • State Bird: Cardinal

  • State Stone: Salem limestone

  • State Major Rivers: Ohio River, Wabash River, White River, Tippecanoe River

  • State Major Lakes: Mississinewa Lake, Lake Michigan

  • State Highest Point: 1,257 feet above sea level (Wayne County)

  • State Bordering States: Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio.

  • State Bordering Country: None

  • State Bordering Body of Water: Lake Michigan

  • State Name Origin: The name "Indiana" simply means "land of the Indians." It refers to a large number of Indians that were located throughout the state when the first settlers arrived.

  • State Largest City: Indianapolis

  • State Largest Cities:
    * Indianapolis * Fort Wayne * Evansville * South Bend * Gary * Hammond * Bloomington * Muncie * Lafayette * Anderson *

  • Indiana County Map





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