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A member state of the United States of America located in the central part of the North of the country. It is bordered to the north by Lake Michigan and borders the states of Ohio to the east, Kentucky to the south and Illinois to the west. The capital is the city of Indianapolis.

The Indian relief, which culminates at 383 m, is formed by a valley plains, covered by glacial deposits. To the south a limestone tray is created, with the karstique relief, that protects the Wyandotte Cavo, one more of the great caves of the world.

The state's main rivers are Ohio and its tributary, Wabash, while the great lakes are artificial water retentions - Lake Monroe, Lake Mississinewa. The forest - oak, white walnut from America, maple and wood - covers 16 p. 100 of the state's surface. The climate is humid continental. The Indian capital is Indianapolis.

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Indiana Public Libraries by County

Indiana, the name of the state translated means the land of the Indians. The state is located in the midwestern United States, east of Illinois. Like Illinois, Indians is located south of Lake Michigan.

Endless expanses and lake landscapes

Indiana is consistently characterized by a flat, wide landscape. Lake Michigan is to the north and there are many other lakes and rivers running through the country. The well-known Wabash River is one of the largest free flowing rivers east of the Mississippi. The Wabash River is Indiana's official river.

Indiana's climate is very continental, meaning warm summers and relatively cold winters. Snow also falls in winter. The climate and rainfall are not insignificantly influenced by the great lakes in the north of the USA.

The capital and also the largest city of the state is Indianapolis. The city is located in the center of the country and was founded in 1821.

Michael Jackson - Famous offspring of Indiana

Another famous city is Gary. The city lies on the border with Illinois and belongs to the Chicago metropolitan area. The city has produced some celebrities. Best known is Michael Jackson, who was born here on August 29, 1958. The city was his family's hometown.

A story full of nature and changing residents

Long before the Europeans settled here, various Indian peoples lived in this region. These are the Delaware, Miami, Potawatomi, Shawnee, and Wea Indians. In the Indianapolis area, Miami and Lenape Indians. However, they were evicted before 1820. The French were the first Europeans to arrive in the area. Like many other northern areas, Indiana fell to the British later in history.

The area was hardly used by the settlers and was almost uninhabited for a long time. When the Indiana Colonization Society was formed in 1829, the area was chosen to create a new home for African Americans. Some of the historic buildings from that time have now been declared National Historic Landmarks.

 

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