The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has named 25 Bicentennial Professors, whose appointments were approved by the IU Board of Trustees at its December meeting.
Across this state, Paleo-Indian hunter-gathers tracked mastodons armed with knapped chert spears. The Hopewell people adapted highly productive agricultural practices to the rich soil and produced corn and squash. Its first capitol was Corydon. It has 92 counties stretching from the Lake Michigan coast to the banks of the Ohio River. It has the most miles of interstate highway per square mile of any state in the union. Its highest point is Hoosier Hill.
The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has selected the Center on Representative Government at IU to develop CitizIN, a free digital interactive learning tool for teaching about the history, government, geography, economics and people of Indiana.
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