Facts About Indiana
Facts About IndianaCounties of Indiana: 83
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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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