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    • My Indiana Project Here are some things that are included in it: 1. Indiana Hoosiers 2. Picture of state map 3. Some state symbols 4. First Governor 5. Fun facts 6. Indiana flag 7. How Indiana got its name
    • Indiana Hoosiers
      • Abraham Lincoln (the16th President)
      • Tony Stewart (auto race car driver)
      • Michael Jackson (singer)
    • Picture of state map
      • This is my state map.
      • Some maps show roads,
      • but mine shows all the
      • towns and cities.
    • Some state symbols
      • State bird: Cardinal
      • State nickname: The Hoosier State
      • State tree: Tulip Tree
      • State flower: Peony Flower
      • State poem: Indiana
      • State stone: Limestone
    • First Governor
      • The first Governor of Indiana was William Henry Harrison. He went to the office on May 13 th, 1800. He left the office on December, 28 th 1812. He was the 9 th President. He started to be President in the middle of 1840 and then he died in 1841 from a cold that turned into pneumonia. He was having his speech and he took too long He caught the cold and then his cold turned into pneumonia. He died in 1841, so he only had not even half a year being President.
    • Fun facts
      • The Indiana flag has 18 stars
      • The name Indiana was first used in 1716
      • The first long-distance auto race in the U.S. was held May 30, 1911, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    • How Indiana Got Its Name
      • In the 1780s, when Kentucky was being settled, the land there was nearly empty of Native Americans. The native tribes lived on the north side of the Ohio River and used Kentucky for a hunting ground. Because there were so many tribes on the north bank, the settlers in Kentucky referred to the north bank as the land of the Indians, which eventually developed into Indiana. It was adopted by the federal government as the official name of the territory in May of 1800 when the Indiana Territory was established. And became the name of the state in 1816 after a short debate at the state constitutional convention.
    • Indiana Flag