Friday, May 28, 2010


Greetings form Indiana
The "Hoosier" State, discovered by LaSalle, in 1679, was admitted to the Union Dec. 11, 1816.  Indiana covers an area of 36,921 square miles, and has a population of over 4 1/2 million.  State Song:  On the Banks of the Wabash; State Bird:  Cardinal; State Flower:  Zinnia; State Tree:  Tulip.

Greetings from Indiana
Views shown from top left, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, Lake Webster, Santa Claus, Shafer Lake, World's largest Steer Monument, Turkey Run State Park, State Capitol, French Lick, Ohio River Bridge, Indianapolis "500", Steel Mills, Brown County State Park, University of Notre Dame, Indiana Toll Road, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.

The Hoosier State
CAPITAL:  Indianapolis.  AREA:  36,291 sq. mi.  POPULATION:  4,662,498.  MOTTO:  The Crossroads of America.  FLOWER:  Peony.  BIRD:  Cardinal.  TREE:  Tulip.  SONG:  On the Banks of the Wabash.  19th State admitted to the Union, Dec. 11, 1816.

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