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Explore map of Indiana, a US state located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes regions in North America. It is the 38th largest by area and the 16th most populous state of all the 50 states in US. The capital of Indiana is Indianapolis. It was admitted to the USA as the 19th US state on December 11, 1816.
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About Indiana


Located in the midwestern and Great Lakes region of the United States, Indiana is the 38th largest state in terms of area. Comprising a population of 6,619,680 according to the 2015 estimates, Indiana is the 16th most populous state of the country. Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana as well as its largest city. Nicknamed the Hoosier State, Indiana comprises 92 counties.

History of Indiana


Before Europeans began arriving, the region was inhabited by native American tribes. Europeans came into contact with Indiana in the later part of the 17th century with René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, a French explorer, the first European to arrive in 1679. During the French and Indian War, the Native American tribes allied with the French Canadians.

However, in 1763, the British emerged victorious and the French had to give up all their lands in North America to the British crown that were situated east of the Mississippi River and north and west of the colonies. Following the end of the American Revolutionary War, the British crown granted to the United States their claims to the land that lied south of the Great Lakes. In 1787, the region became a part of the Northwest Territory but with the seperation of Ohio in 1800, the rest of the land became Indiana Territory.

Following the separation of Michigan Territory and the formation of the Illinois Territory, Indiana was reduced to its present size. Indiana played a prominent role in the American Civil War and some 208,367 men from the region fought or served in the war. Indiana was admitted to the Union on December 11, 1816.

Geography of Indiana


Indiana covers a total area of 36,418 square miles. To the north are located Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan. Ohio is located to the east, Illinois to the west and Kentucky to the south. Hoosier Hill, which is located in Wayne County and has a height of 1,257 feet above sea level, is the highest point in the state. The Central Lowlands and Interior Low Plateaus are the two natural regions of the United States that are situated in Indiana. Some of the major river systems in the state are Wabash, Whitewater, Maumee, St Joseph, White and Blue. Indiana has a humid continental climate where the winters are cols and summer are warm and wet.

Travel destinations


Some places worth visiting in Indiana include Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis; RV / MH Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, where you would see some classic vehicles of the past 90 years; Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, where you would find numerous animals;
Snite Museum of Art, Lanier Mansion State Historic Site, Indiana University Art Museum, and many other attractions.

Transportation in Indiana


Indianapolis International Airport is the most prominent airport in the state. The main US Interstate highways are I-64, I-65, I-265, I-465, I-865, I-69, I-469, I-70, I-74, among others. 91 percent of the state's railroads are operated by Class I railroads such as CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. Some other prominent Class I railroads are the Canadian National Railway, Soo Line Railroad and the Amtrak.

Education in Indiana

Indiana University is the largest educational institute in the state. Other universities are Indiana State University, Purdue University, Vincennes University, Ball State University and University of Southern Indiana.

Interesting Facts About Indiana

  • The name of Indian means Land of the Indians.
  • It is estimated that more than 100 species of trees are native the state of Indiana.
  • Before Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana was Corydon from 1816-1825.

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Map of Cities in Indiana

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Map of Indiana Counties

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Benton county MapBlackford county MapBoone county Map
Brown county MapCarroll county MapCass county Map
Clark county MapClay county MapClinton county Map

Last Updated : November 14, 2016


The official flag of Indiana has a torch of golden color that is surrounded by outer circle having 13 stars and inner circle having 5 stars and the 19th star is at the top of the torch which has Indiana written above it.
Official Name Indiana
Area36,418 sq mi (94,321 km2)
Population6,596,855 (2014 est)
CapitalIndianapolis
Largest CityIndianapolis
Official LanguagesEnglish ( Spoken : English 80%, Spanish 12.4%, other Indo-European 3.7%, Asian and Pacific island languages 3%, other languages 0.9% (2009 survey by the Census Bureau)
Time ZoneEastern: UTC 5/4, Central: UTC 6/5
GovernorMike Pence
Lt. GovernorSue Ellspermann
U.S. SenatorDan Coats, Joe Donnelly
AbbreviationIN, Ind. US-IN
Joined the UnionDecember 11, 1816 (19th)
NicknameHoosier State
Highest PointHoosier Hill
Lowest PointConfluence of Ohio River and Wabash River
Official Websitehttp://www.in.gov/
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