History Indiana became a state on December 11,1816 The Indiana state flag was adopted in 1917
Symbols The State flower is the peony. The state bird is the cardinal The state tree is the tulip tree The State river is the Wabash The State rock is limestone The State quarter was unveiled on August8,2002 The state seal was adopted in 1963
Facts The state capital is Indianapolis Indiana has 92 counties Indiana borders Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Kentucky
Agriculture And Economy Agriculture: Eggs, dairy products, cattle, soybeans, corn, hogs Industry: Steel, electric equipment, transportation equipment, chemical products
Places to visit Brown county park Indiana Children’s museum Indiana State museum
Famous people James Dean was a movie star Ned Rorem was a composer Paul Dresser was a songwriter
Luke Slone 4 th Grade Ms. Cummings Social Studies On the Banks of the Wabash far away
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