Indiana: A Guide To The Hoosier State: A Guide to the Hoosier State

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Somerset Publishers, Inc., Jan 1, 1940 - History - 548 pages
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During the Great Depression of the 1930s thousands of writers were hired by the Works Project Administration to create hundreds of guidebooks on all of the states in the U.S. These volumes that were produced became known as theAmerican Guide Series. This series has been described as the biggest, fastest and most original research job in the history of the world.No library collection in Indiana would be complete without a copy of Indiana: A Guide To The Hoosier State.
 

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Contents

INDIANA TODAY
7
ARCHEOLOGY
20
INDIANS
26
HISTORY
42
AGRICULTURE
78
INDUSTRY AND LABOR
87
EDUCATION
97
NEWSPAPERS AND RADIO
105
MUNCIE
222
NEW ALBANY
228
NEW HARMONY
236
SouTH BEND
249
TERRE HAUTE
260
VINCENNES
269
Tours
285
New Buffalo MichiganMichigan CityGaryHammond
293

FOLKLORE AND FOLKWAYS
117
ARTS AND CRAFTS
133
LITERATURE
142
ARCHITECTURE
152
Principal Cities
161
CORYDON
180
EVANSVILLE
186
FORT WAYNE
193
INDIANAPOLIS
205
Bryan OhioWaterlooNappaneeGaryCalumet City
299
Van Wert OhioFort WayneWarsawValparaisoChi
305
Greenville OhioMuncieAndersonCrawfordsville
326
Greenville OhioPendletonIndianapolisDanvilleRock
332
TOUR 8A IndianapolisCrawfordsvilleCovingtonDanville Illinois
349
Appendices
497
BIBLIOGRAPHY
509
INDEX
525
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