Oh Indiana! What a wonderful state. Indiana actually derived from the meaning, “land of the Indians” which comes of course from the state regional history. Indiana is a mid-western state and is bordered by Lake Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio, Kentucky and Illinois. Indiana has a rich history and a great culture history buffs and many others are sure to enjoy!
Paleo-Indians were the first inhabitants of Indiana State. They arrived around 8000 BC after the melting of the glaciers during the Ice Age. After being divided into groups, Paleo-Indians were the nomads who hunted big game like mastodons.
Lake Michigan’s waterfront is one of Indiana’s most significant natural feature, but that’s not Indiana’s only natural feature! One of the United States’ largest caves can be found in Indiana, Wyandotte Cave! If you enjoy hiking, the Indiana-Dunes-National Lakeshore has various trails that run though the southern shore and even have some views of the Chicago skyline! A large quantity of building in the United States that have limestone is quarried from Indiana. The state is rich in different kinds of minerals such as, cement, crushed stone, gravel and even coal which Indiana happens to be a large producer of. Overall, there’s so much to do, and so much to see in Indiana. Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and South Bend are some of Indiana’s largest cities with tons of various attractions. Whether you already live in Indiana or you’re going for a short visit, Fundreds can assure that you’ll have a great time!
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