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Indiana CapitalIndiana was the 19th state to be admitted into the Union on Wednesday, December 11, 1816.

Indiana covers 36,291 square miles with a population of 6,483,802 people. Hoosier Hill is the highest point in Indiana at 1,257 feet above sea level. Indiana's 41 mile Lake Michigan waterfront is one of the worlds great industrial centers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Indiana Capital - Indianapolis

Border States - Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio.

Although Indiana is known as the Hoosier State, it has also been called the all-American state because its citizens are thought to be firm believers in the American work ethic and local self-determination.

Indiana's 41-mile Lake Michigan waterfront is one of the world's great industrial centers turns out iron, steel, and oil products. Products include automobile parts and accessories, mobile homes and recreational vehicles, truck and bus bodies, aircraft engines, farm machinery, and fabricated structural steel. Wood office furniture and pharmaceuticals are also manufactured.

Much of the building limestone used in the U.S. is quarried in Indiana, which is also a large producer of coal. Other mineral commodities include crushed stone, cement, and sand and gravel.

Wyandotte Cave, one of the largest in the U.S., is located in Crawford County in southern Indiana, and West Baden and French Lick are weIndiana dunes, lakeshorell known for their mineral springs. Other attractions include Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, and the George Rogers Clark NationaHistorical Park.

Since Indiana is tied directly to the export trade, it ranks high in the nation in per capita for exporting. On out of seven jobs are directly tied to the export trade. It is also home to nineteen of the "Big Three" automotive plants and more than three hundred of its suppliers. With more than seventy thousand farmers contributing over $4 billion in annual revenue, agriculture becomes Indiana's second industry.

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is one of the most magnificent regions in all of Indiana, where waves collide into sandy shores, tranquil silence ambles on winter walking paths, and bank swallows linger at the rolling dunes. Incredible panoramas of Lake Michigan and steep, undulating dunes offer a sense of peace, creating a phenomenal destination for Indiana vacations.

The major appeal of Indiana Dunes is the convergence of beautiful Lake Michigan with eight sweeping, white sand beaches and plenty of area attractions to explore. Between the National Lakeshore and Indiana Dunes State Park, visitors discover a host of outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, cycling, and exploring Indiana beaches throughout the area. Due to the incredible nature of the area, most Indiana Dunes beachfront motels, hotels, and seaside cottages offer a range of beach equipment and rentals.

Indiana Dunes State Park itself comprises more than two thousand acres of beautiful, historical, and primitive landscape encompassing three glorious, sandy miles of Lake Michigan’s southern shoreline. Almost two thousand thickly treed acres are home to an incredibly diverse range of flora and fauna. The state park alone draws thousands of annual visitors seeking Indiana Dunes lodging or camping sites.

Statewide sales tax is six percent with local options for one percent additional food and beverage tax. Local counties may also levy local lodging taxes from one to five percent.


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