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  • ...he west. The capital has been at Indianapolis since 1825, nine years after Indiana was admitted on December 11, 1816, as the 19th state of the Union. ...e (Indiana)|Terre Haute]]. The state university was created in 1865 as the Indiana State Normal School, and instruction began in 1870.
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  • * Boomhower, Ray E.; Jones, Darryl, photog. ''Destination Indiana: Travels through Hoosier History.''2000. 203 pp. * Gray, Ralph D., comp., ed. ''Indiana History: A Book of Readings.'' 1995. 442 pp. articles by scholars
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  • ...isville, Kentucky]]. It is currently the county seat of [[Clark County, Indiana]]. It is where the first [[Papa John's]] and [[Rally's]] was located. The ...iana|Vincennes]] in 1807, initiating the growth of the white population in Indiana that was further spurred by the end of the [[War of 1812]].
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  • ...tools of analysis; and announce upcoming conferences and events related to Indiana history. Subscriptions are free, and the complete logs of back issues are a
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  • {{r|Aqueduct Bridge (Indiana)}}
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  • {{r|Anderson, Indiana|Anderson}} {{r|Bloomington, Indiana|Bloomington}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Jeffersonville, Indiana]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Indiana}}
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  • Informal term for a resident of the U.S. state of [[Indiana]]
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  • Historian and United States Senator from Indiana, widely known as a foremost American imperialist.
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  • ...con.purdue.edu/crd/Localgov/Second%20Level%20pages/indiana_pi_bill.htm The Indiana Pi Bill, 1897] — an attempt to define π by law
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  • ...Memorial Day]] weekend at the [[Indianapolis Motor Speedway]] in Speedway, Indiana.
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  • ...gender studies and cultural legal studies; Adjunct Professor of Law at the Indiana University School of Law; Academic Council,[[Association for the Study of t
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  • Law professor at [[Indiana University]], nominated but not yet confirmed as the [[Obama Administration
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  • [[U.S. Representative]], ([[U.S. Republican Party|R-]][[Indiana]]), [[U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor]]; [[Republican Study Co
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  • (February 9, 1773 – April 4, 1841) was the first governor of Indiana Territory, a senator representing Ohio and the 9th President of the United
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Jeffersonville, Indiana]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Indiana}}
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  • American actor best-known for roles in the ''[[Star Wars]]'' and ''[[Indiana Jones]]'' film franchises; also an aircraft and helicopter pilot (born 1942
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  • ...he west. The capital has been at Indianapolis since 1825, nine years after Indiana was admitted on December 11, 1816, as the 19th state of the Union. ...e (Indiana)|Terre Haute]]. The state university was created in 1865 as the Indiana State Normal School, and instruction began in 1870.
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  • ...tools of analysis; and announce upcoming conferences and events related to Indiana history. Subscriptions are free, and the complete logs of back issues are a
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  • ...ican member of the House of Representatives from 1816 to 1822, Governor of Indiana from 1822 to 1825, and member of the U.S. Senate from 1825 to 1837.
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  • ...itical Circulars to His Constituents: First Senatorial Term, 1826-1831.” Indiana Magazine of History 71 (June 1975): 124-80; ...tical Circulars to His Constituents: Second Senatorial Term, 1831-1837.” Indiana Magazine of History 71 (December 1975): 319-74.
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  • [[U.S. Representative]] ([[U.S. Democratic Party|D-]][[Indiana]]); participant, [[2009 White House Forum on Health Reform]]; [[Blue Dog Co
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  • [[U.S. Representative]] ([[U.S. Republican Party|R-]][[Indiana]]), [[U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform]]; [[Republic
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  • ...''' is a retired attorney specializing in real estate, of counsel to the [[Indiana]] law firm of Barnes and Thorburg. After graduation from law school in 196 *A.B. with distinction, Indiana University, 1963
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  • ...ull name: James Danforth Quayle) (born February 4, 1947 in [[Indianapolis, Indiana]]) was the 44th [[Vice President of the United States]], from 1989 to 1993 Quayle was born to Martha Corinne Pulliam, the daughter of conservative Indiana newspaper magnate Eugene C. Pulliam, and James Cline Quayle, who held a var
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  • [[U.S. Representative]] ([[U.S. Democratic Party|D-]][[Indiana]]); [[House Financial Services Committee]]; [[Congressional Caucus on Bosni
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  • ...4 |coauthors= |publisher= Indiana University Press |location= Bloomington, Indiana |isbn= 0253343704}} ...9 |coauthors= |publisher= Indiana University Press |location= Bloomington, Indiana |isbn= 0253335965}}
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