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--> Indiana In 1916, the centennial of Indiana statehood, the Daughters of the American Revolution held a flag design competition. The winning design, by Paul Hadley, was approved as the "state banner" on May 31, 1917. The flag is defined by law as having design elements in either gold or buff, although in practice gold (actually golden yellow) is almost always used. The torch, symbolic of enlightenment and liberty, has rays spreading outward from its flames. A total of 19 stars ring the torch, recalling that the state was the 19th to join the Union. The name of the state is displayed above the largest star. The flag was defined as the state banner because, according to an act of the state legislature in 1901, the state flag was technically the national flag of the United States. In 1955 t Read More
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indiana map, attractions, facts, famous natives, famous people, flag, landforms, land statistics, latitude, longitude, links, maps, symbols, time, history timeline, travel, weather

A:link {font-weight:} A:hover {background:; color:960018;} A:visited {color:} A:active {color:} Africa | Antarctica | Arctic | Asia | Australia/Oceania | Caribbean | Central America | Europe | Islands of the World Middle East | North America | South America | World Atlas | WIN $100 here GO TO: Facts Famous Natives Flag Gov History Land Landforms Lat/Long Symbols Time Travel Info Weather Description This longtime ancestral home of numerous American Indian tribes , would eventually be named Indiana Territory, " Land of Indians, " by the U.S. Congress. The French first journeyed here in 1614, then the British. For decades they fought each other ( and the Indians ) for control of this strategic and fertile land. Shortly after the Revolutionary War ended, eastern settlers began to arrive. Withi Read More
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Indiana Maps - Perry-CastaÑeda Map Collection - UT Library Online

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