H Is for Hoosier: An Indiana Alphabet
Indiana is called the Hoosier State and its people are known as Hoosiers, although historians don't really know why. They do, however, have several ideas about the origins of the famous nickname. Children can learn these origins and other facts about the Hoosier state in "H is for Hoosier: An Indiana Alphabet," written by Cynthia Furlong Reynolds and illustrated by Bruce Langton.
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