Indiana: A Guide to the Hoosier State (Google eBook)

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Contents

Indiana Today
3
Natural Setting
7
Archeology
20
Indians
26
History
42
Agriculture
78
Industry and Labor
87
Education
97
Tour 6
326
Tour 7
332
Section b Indianapolis to Illinois Line
334
Tour 8
337
Section a Ohio Line to Indianapolis
338
Section b Indianapolis to Illinois Line
345
Tour 8A
349
Tour 9
354

Newspapers and Radio
105
Folklore and Folkways
117
Arts and Crafts
126
Music and the Theater
133
Literature
142
Architecture
152
Cities of the Calumet
163
Gary
165
Hammond
171
East Chicago
173
Whiting
177
Corydon
180
Evansville
186
Fort Wayne
193
Indianapolis
205
Muncie
222
New Albany
228
New Harmony
236
South Bend
249
Terre Haute
260
Vinccnncs
269
Tour 1
287
Tour 2
293
Tour 3
299
Tour 4
305
Tour 5
311
Section a OHIO LINE to PERU 791 m US 24
312
Section b PERU to ILLINOIS LINE 803 m
322
Tour 10
363
Tour 11
374
Tout 11A
391
Tour 11B
403
Tour 12
409
Tour 13
413
Tour 14
420
Tour 15
428
Tour 16
433
Section a Michigan Line to Indianapolis
434
Section b Indianapolis to Kentucky Line
438
Tour 17
442
Section a Michigan City to Burlington
443
Section b Burlington to Ohio Line
447
Tour 17 A
450
Tour 18
453
Section a Ohio Line to Indianapolis
454
Section b Indianapolis to Illinois State Line
463
Tour 19
471
Tour 19 A
476
Tour 20
481
Section a Illinois Line to Terre Haute
482
Section b Terre Haute to Kentucky Line
488
Chronology
499
Bibliography
509
Index
525
Copyright

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Page 27 - This river flows from the lands of the East, where dwell the people called Chaouanons in so great numbers that in one district there are as many as 23 villages, and 15 in another, quite near one another.
Page 28 - My fathers kindled the first fire at Detroit ; thence they extended their lines to the headwaters of the Scioto ; thence to its mouth ; thence down the Ohio to the Wabash, and thence to Chicago over Lake Michigan.

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