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  • 1. Indiana Andrea Rojo 1 AD
  • 2. indiana
    • Location
    • In the north-east of the USA
    • Borders
      • North: Michigan
      • East: Ohio
      • South: Kentucky
      • West: Illinois
    • Capital
      • Indianapolis
  • 3. indiana
    • State nickname:
        • Hoosier state
    Flag Was adopted in 1917. There are 19 golden stars on a blue field. The 13 stars in an outer circle represent the 13 original colonies of the United States of America. Te 5 stars in a half circle represent states admitted prior to Indiana. The larger star atop the flame of the torch of Liberty represents Indiana
  • 4. Indiana
    • Origin of name:
    • “ Land of the Indians”
    • State's motto:
    • The crossroads of America
    • Population:
    • Population: 6,080,485 (Indiana is the 14 th most populous in the USA)
  • 5. symbols
    • Flower:
    • Peony
    • Animal:
    • Cardinal
  • 6. Geography
    • Rivers
    • Wabash river
    • Lakes
    • Michigan lake
  • 7. Indianapolis
    • Location
    • In the center of Indiana
    • Monuments
    • Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument
    • Museums
    • Children´s museum of Indianapolis
    • Indianapolis museum of Art
    • Sports teams
    • Indianapolis colts (football)
  • 8. Other cities
    • Indianapolis
    • Fort Wayne
    • Evansville
    • South Bend
    • Gary
    • Hammond
    • Bloomington
    • Muncie
    • Anderson
    • Terre Haute
    South Bend Fort Wayne
  • 9. Famous People
    • Michael Jackson, (1958 - 2009) Singer and songwriter famous for songs such as Thriller and Beat It. Born in Gary
    • Steve McQueen (1930 - 1980) Born Terrence Steven McQueen was an American movie actor nicknamed "The King of Cool." Born in Beech Grove
  • 10. Other facts
    • Governor:
    • Daniel Mitchell
    • Party:
    • Republican
    • Statehood
    • Indiana joined the USA on December 11th 1916.
    • It is 19th state that formed part of the close conditions
  • 11. Andrea