The largest cities in Indiana are Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and Evansville.
Most of the limestone used to build to build the Empire State Building, in New York City, came from the Empire Hole, near Oolitic.
On December 11, 1816 Indiana became the #19 state in america
Did you know that the State flower is Peony, state tree is Tulip tree, and state bird is Northern Cardinal.
Indiana has some of the weirdest names for towns like Cuba, China, Scotland, Mexico, and Norway and friendly towns like Popcorn, Santa Claus, and Pigeon.
Indiana being it's state park system under Richard Lieber, who became a leader in the National Conservation movement.
Famous people who lived in Indiana were Michael Jackson, Jim Davis, Cole Porter, Benjamin Harrison, and William Henry Harrison.
Michael Jackson (1958-2009) Michael Jackson was a popular singer, dancer, and songwriter. Jackson was known as the "king of pop." His top hits include Thriller (1983), Bad (1987), and Black or White (1991). He was born in Gary.
Each year the state of Indiana makes 40 billion pounds of steel. That is enough to build 20 million automobiles.v
Indiana is the leading state in coal, mining, turkeys, corn, musical instruments, and wheat.