State of Indiana, United States
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- State of Indiana
- The geographic center, or that point on which a surface of uniform thickness would balance, for the state is located in Boone County, 22.5 km (14 mi) north-northwest of Indianapolis.
- Statehood: 11 December 1816. Coined name for a tract of land in Pennsylvania developed by the Indiana Company and ceded by Indians in 1768. The name, suggesting Indians, became popular and was given to the Territory. (US-T131/1976/DOI - U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) News Release: Origin of Names of US States)
- 40.000316640° 00' 01.1"N-86.250270786° 15' 01.0"W
- 273 m
- Updated May 7, 2020