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Indiana State Information

The Indiana state is the located on eastern north-central of US. The Indiana state capital city is the Indianapolis. It is the largest city in Indiana. Indiana state name means the Land of Indians or Indian Land. Indiana is the smallest of the 12 Midwestern states of US. In size wise the Indiana state rank is 38th rank of the 50 states of US. The Indiana state total area is 93,720 sq km. Land takes up 93,064 sq km and water the remaining 656 sq km. Indiana forest land is taken up 4,501,000 acres. Indiana has always been noted for the quality of its hardwood forests and the trees it produces. Population wise the Indiana state rank is 14th in US. In 2001 estimated the Indiana state population is 6,159,068. The Indiana state religious are first branch of Christianity to gain a foothold in Indiana was Roman Catholicism. Most of the population is members of various Protestant denominations. The largest Protestant denominations were the United Methodist Church with 288,308 adherents in 1,286 congregations. The Indiana state official language is English. In 2000, 93.5% of all Hoosiers five years old and older spoke only English at home. They speech category "Other West Germanic languages" include Dutch, Pennsylvania Dutch, and Afrikaans. The category "Other Slavic languages" includes Czech, Slovak, and Ukrainian. The Indiana state temperatures vary from the extreme north to the extreme south of the state; the annual mean temperature is 49°f-58°F (9°C-12°C) in the north and 57°F (14°C) in the south. The Indiana state agriculture is the large and diverse industry that plays a vital role in the economic stability of Indiana.

Indiana Recreation, Culture and Attractions

In 1816 the Indiana state constitution provided for the establishment of public libraries. The largest book collections are at public libraries in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Gary, Evansville, Merrillville, and Hammond; the total book stock of all Indiana public libraries. Indiana state museum is located on White River State Park, this museum brings the past to life with its exhibits on Indiana history, from pre-historic times to present. It is the wonderful place of the Indiana state. The museum is a gathering place, a learning center and family-friendly entertainment all within an architectural treasure. It also includes displays that explore nature, the arts, science and culture. Indiana's historic sites of most interest to visitors are the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial near Gentryville, the Levi Coffin Home in Fountain City, the Benjamin Harrison Memorial Home and the James Whitcomb Riley Home in Indianapolis, and the Grousel and Home of William Henry Harrison in Vincennes. White River State Park is the heart of Indianapolis. The basketball is the Indiana state's most popular amateur sport. The Indiana state's biggest annual sports event is the Indianapolis 500, which has been held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Memorial Day or the Sunday before every year since 1911. Indiana has a history with auto racing. The basketball is the popular at the college level also.

Indiana Demographics

Indiana total population - 6,080,485
Indiana male population - 2,982,474
Indiana female population - 3,098,011
Indiana white population - 5,320,022
Indiana black population - 510,034
Indiana American Indian population - 15,815
Indiana Asian population - 59,126
Indiana Hispanic or Latino population - 214,536

Indiana School Information

In Indiana children are attend the public schools and 10% of children are attend private and parochial schools. The total enrollment for fall 1999 in Indiana's public schools stood at 988,702. In 2000, 82.1% of those aged 25 years and over were high school graduates, and 19.4% had completed four or more years of college. The largest institution is Indiana University, which was sanctioned as Indiana Seminary in 1820. In 1816 constitution was the first in the country to implement a state-funded public school system in Indiana. Indiana was home for many private colleges and universities in Indiana are affiliated with religious groups.

Indiana State Symbols

Indiana State nickname - Hoosier State
Indiana state flag
Indiana state Slogan
Indiana state Slogan
Restart Your Engines
Indiana state Song
Indiana state Song
On the Banks of the Wabash,Far Away.
Indiana state fish
Indiana state fish
Largemouth Bass
Indiana state  Flower
Indiana state Flower
Indiana state  Motto
Indiana state Motto
The Crossroads of America
Indiana state  Bird
Indiana state Bird
Indiana state  Tree
Indiana state Tree
Tulip trees
Indiana state  Soil
Indiana state Soil

Indiana State History

The first human beings inhabited Indiana is not known. Native American Indians migrated west into Indiana as European settlers took their lands during the late 1600s. In middle 1700s Settlers from the British colonies on the American east coast began migrating west, seeking farmland. In 1800 the Indiana Territory was created. Indiana became the 19th state to join the union on December 11th, 1816. he War of 1812 took Harrison away from Indiana, and battles were fought in other theaters. World War II had a greater impact on Indiana than did World War I. In the early 1980s, Indiana, along with the other manufacturing-intensive states. In 1990s the Indiana state education reform based on increased funding played a prominent role in Indiana public policy. In early 2000 the Indiana state was the first in the nation to pass a so-called Ten Commandments law. Early Indiana settlers had a great concern to preserve religious freedom, and many denominations have been cultivated here and contribute much to the makeup of Indiana life. Indiana's natural heritage has benefited from private and public attention over the years.

Indiana State Tourist Information

Indiana is one of the most premier vacation spots in the world. Tourism is the moderate economic importance to Indiana and continues to grow. The largest are Pigeon River, near Howe, and Willow Slough, at Morocco. Indiana has 23 state parks, the largest state park is Brown County. Among the natural attractions are the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore on Lake Michigan.

Indiana State Transportation

The Indiana state highways are maintained by the Indiana Department of Transportation. Most Indiana counties use a grid-based system to identify county roads. Indianapolis and other major cities have public transit systems subsidized heavily by the state and federal governments. Water transportation has been important from the earliest years of European settlement. Indiana has over 4,255 railroad route miles. The Indiana state took advantage of its strategic location by digging canals to connect Indiana rivers and by building roads and railroads to provide farmers access to national markets. In Indiana new Airport is opened in 2008. The other major airports are Evansville Regional Airport, Fort Wayne International Airport and South Bend Regional Airport. In 2000, there were 516 public and private airports in the Indiana state.

Indiana Taxes

Indiana State Tax Rate Range Low 3.4 %- High 0.00
Indiana State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate - Highest flat rate
Indiana State Personal Exemptions Single -1,000, Married - 2,000, Dependents - 1,000
Indiana State Sales Tax Rate on Food 6.0%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Indiana State Total Tax on Gasoline 18.0%, on Diesel Fuel 16.0%
Indiana State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 99.5(¢ per pack)
Indiana State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.115($ per gallon)
Indiana State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.47($ per gallon)

Indiana Universities

University of Notre Dame - 11,603 Students
DePauw University - 2,326 Students
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - 1,963 Students
Wabash College - 878 Students
Saint Mary's College - 1,527 Students
Taylor University - 1,854 Students
Hanover College - 975 Students
Indiana University-Bloomington - 38,247 Students
Purdue University-Main Campus - 40,609 Students
Earlham College - 1,410 Students

Indiana Religions

Christian - 87.50%
Baptist - 8.00%
Lutheran - 0.01%
Methodist - 0.41%
Other/general Protestant - 0.66%
Greek Catholic - 0.01%
clergy - 0.11%
Other - 0.66%

Indiana Counties

Adams County, Indiana- Population 33,625
Allen County, Indiana- Population 331,849
Bartholomew County, Indiana- Population 71,435
Benton County, Indiana- Population 9,421
Blackford County, Indiana- Population 14,048
Boone County, Illionis- Population 46,107
Brown County, Indiana- Population 14,957
Carroll County, Indiana- Population 20,165
Cass County, Indiana- Population 40,930
Clark County, Indiana- Population 96,472
Clay County, Indiana- Population 26,556
Clinton County, Indiana- Population 33,866
Crawford County, Indiana- Population 10,743
Daviess County, Indiana- Population 30,820
Dearborn County, Indiana- Population 46,109
Decatur County, Indiana- Population 24,555
DeKalb County, Indiana- Population 40,285
Delaware County, Indiana- Population 118,769
Dubois County, Indiana- Population 39,674
Elkhart County, Indiana- Population 182,791
Fayette County, Indiana- Population 25,588
Floyd County, Indiana- Population 78,823
Fountain County, Indiana- Population 17,954
Franklin County, Indiana- Population 22,151
Fulton County, Indiana- Population 20,511
Gibson County, Indiana- Population 38,700
Grant County, Indiana- Population 73,403
Greene County, Indiana- Population 32,157
Hamilton County, Indiana- Population 255,740
Hancock County, Indiana- Population 55,391
Harrison County, Indiana- Population 34,325
Hendricks County, Indiana- Population 104,093
Henry County, Indiana- Population 48,508
Howard County, Indiana- Population 84,964
Huntington County, Indiana- Population 38,075
Jackson County, Indiana- Population 41,335
Jasper County, Indiana- Population 30,043
Jay County, Indiana- Population 21,806
Jefferson County, Indiana- Population 31,705
Jennings County, Indiana- Population 27,554
Johnson County, Indiana- Population 115,209
Knox County, Indiana- Population 39,256
Kosciusko County, Indiana- Population 74,057
LaGrange County, Indiana- Population 34,909
Lake County, Indiana- Population 484,564
LaPorte County, Indiana- Population 110,106
Lawrence County, Indiana- Population 45,922
Madison County, Indiana- Population 133,358
Marion County, Indiana- Population 860,454
Marshall County, Indiana- Population 45,128
Martin County, Indiana- Population 10,369
Miami County, Indiana- Population 36,082
Monroe County, Indiana- Population 120,563
Montgomery County, Indiana- Population 37,629
Morgan County, Indiana- Population 66,689
Newton County, Indiana- Population 14,566
Noble County, Indiana- Population 46,275
Ohio County, Indiana- Population 5,623
Orange County, Indiana- Population 19,306
Owen County, Indiana- Population 21,786
Parke County, Indiana- Population 17,241
Perry County, Indiana- Population 18,899
Pike County, Indiana- Population 12,837
Porter County, Indiana- Population 146,798
Posey County, Indiana- Population 27,061
Pulaski County, Indiana- Population 13,755
Putnam County, Indiana- Population 36,019
Randolph County, Indiana- Population 27,401
Ripley County, Indiana- Population 26,523
Rush County, Indiana- Population 18,261
St. Joseph County, Indiana- Population 301,559
Scott County, Indiana- Population 22,960
Shelby County, Indiana- Population 43,445
Spencer County, Indiana- Population 20,391
Starke County, Indiana- Population 23,556
Steuben County, Indiana- Population 33,214
Sullivan County, Indiana- Population 21,751
Switzerland County, Indiana- Population 9,065
Tippecanoe County, Indiana- Population 148,955
Tipton County, Indiana- Population 16,577
Union County, Indiana- Population 7,349
Vanderburgh County, Indiana- Population 188,922
Vermillion County, Indiana- Population 16,788
Vigo County, Indiana- Population 105,848
Wabash County, Indiana- Population 34,960
Warren County, Indiana- Population 8,419
Warrick County, Indiana- Population 60,010
Washington County, Indiana- Population 27,223
Wayne County, Indiana- Population 71,097
Wells County, Indiana- Population 27,600
White County, Indiana- Population 25,267
Whitley County, Indiana- Population 30,707

Indiana State Government

In Indiana 1816 constitution took effect when Indiana became a state. The second constitution authorized more elective state officials, gave greater responsibility to county governments. Indiana's state government is modeled closely to that of the federal government. There are three branches i.e. the executive, the legislative and the judicial. The Governor is elected to serve a four year term. A member of the general assembly must be a US citizen and have been a resident of Indiana for at least two years and a resident of their district for at least one year. The Indiana state's chief executive is the governor. He is elected to 4-year term. Indiana's other top elected officials are the lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general, and superintendent of public instruction. Each is elected to a four-year term.The Indiana Supreme Court consists of five justices who are appointed by the governor from names submitted by a nonpartisan judicial nominating committee. The Indiana state court of appeals consists of 15 justices, they serve 10-year terms. Indiana's municipal governments are governed by elected city councils.

Indiana State Economy

Steel invention is the main income for the Indiana. Indiana's economy is mostly based on the agricultural and industries. Before Civil War the economy is based on agricultural. In 1900 industries are developed. Indiana is center for the international head office and research centers of pharmaceutical groups. Indiana agricultural live stocks are hogs, milk, beef cattle, eggs, turkeys, ducks and sheep and the agricultural crops are corn, soybeans, wheat, hay, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, potatoes, snap beans and sweet corn. Indiana's manufacturing items are cotton cloths, electrical equipments, automobile parts, trucks, steel and aluminum. Coal is the main mining item and other mining items of Indiana are crushed stone, Clays and gypsum. Indiana's services are wholesale, retail, insurance, and real estate. The Indiana's grass product was $275.7 billion in 2010.

Indiana State Parks

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park - Vincennes, IN: There are no fees for those younger than 17. And entrance fee is $3 for visitors 17 years and older. Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - Porter, IN: Reservations are not accepted, annual pass is $20.00, $30.00 per bus per day, $1.00 bicyclists/walk-ins per day and $6.00 per car per day. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial - Lincoln City, IN: Admission to the park is $3.00 per person for age 17 and older, with a maximum charge of $5.00 per vehicle. Receipt is good for one week.