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How Indiana came to be known as the Hoosier State is largely due to the work of John Finley. His poem, "The Hoosiers Nest", helped a small town become the most populated city in the Midwest. The abundance of corn, soy beans, and hogs has helped many earn an honest living in the great state and also helped build its capital, Indianapolis, along with the Great Lakes Plains, Till Plains, and Southern Hills and Lowlands. The Great Lakes Plains rest along the Great Lake shorelines. It is a fertile section of small lakes and low hills of earth and More...
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Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is a United States National Lakeshore located in the state of Indiana.
The history of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore falls into settlement, preservation, and park segments. Settlement
Joseph and Monee Bailly, the fur traders, settled on the banks of the Little Calumet River in 1822. The wetlands of the Indiana Dunes proved to be a good place for contacts between the Bailly family and the Pottawatomie tribe of Native Americans. In 1822, the Pottawatomie nation had already developed an More...
Terre Haute is a city in the Midwestern United States, with a population of nearly 60,000. It is the county seat of Vigo County, located in west-central Indiana state, about 4 hours (300 km) south of Chicago, Illinois and 1 hour southwest of Indianapolis, Indiana. The name "Terre Haute" is French for "high land" and refers to the area's history from the French colonization of the Americas as well as its geography next to the Wabash River. Terre Haute's history reaches back to the early 1800s with the construction of Fort Harrison as a permanent More...
Lafayette is the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana. It is located 2 hours Southeast of Chicago and 1 hour Northwest of Indianapolis. The Greater Lafayette metropolitan area consists of the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette. The combined population is 85,000, not counting a seasonal student population of an additional 38,000. West Lafayette is home to Purdue University, one of the Midwest's finest institutions of higher learning.Get around
The area is divided by the Wabash river. To the East of the river is Lafayette and to the West is West More...
Kokomo is in Indiana, in the United States of America.Get in
Kokomo Municipal Airport Activities
Highways: US-31, US-35, SR-22, SR-26
Kokomo Beach Water Park Attractions
Old Ben (Highland Park) Shopping
Sycamore Stump (Highland Park)
Vermont Covered Bridge (Highland Park)
Boulevard Crossing (Kohl's, TJ Maxx)
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Indianapolis is in Central Indiana and is the state capital of Indiana, United States, and is located in Marion County. The population is just under 800,000 people, making it the 12th largest city in the US.
Indianapolis is warm in the summer, with average highs in the mid-80s in June, July, and August, and can be unpleasantly humid as well. January is the coldest month, with an average high during the day of 34 degrees. As of 2006 Indianapolis and the majority of the state of Indiana are now on Eastern Time and DO observe daylight savings time in the More...