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  • 1. Indiana / Hoosier State By Adrian
  • 2. LocationRelative: Indiana is East of Illinois, North of Kentucky, and West of Ohio.Exact: My state is located at 39N and 86W (Latitude and longitude.)
  • 3. RegionsIndiana is located in the midwestern region of The United States.Indiana is also in the Great Lakes Regions of The United States.
  • 4. MovementIndianas major transportation is: Cars, trains, planes, and buses.Indiana exports Vehicles,and vehicle parts to parts ofthe world.Indianas agriculture is corn and livestock.
  • 5. TransportationIndiana uses Airports and Highways to get around! Sometimes they use trains. Some of the highways are: Interstate 64 and Interstate 164. One Train station is the Amtrak and the Metra trains.
  • 6. Place The Capital of Indiana is Indianapolis. A famous landmark is the Indianapolis Museum of Art. A landform in Indiana is the Great Lakes Plains. A tradition of Indiana is The Indy 500. The climate is 49F -58F in the North and 57F in the South.
  • 7. Human/Environment Interaction Indiana modified the land by making mines and building buildings. Indiana also wears warm clothes because it is slightly colder in Indiana than Illinois. Indiana depends on their natural resources like coal and oil.