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The story of Indiana and its people / by Robert Judson Aley and Max Aley.

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Garrett PL - Garrett IND 977.2 ALE (Text) 30010170262417 Indiana Available -

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  • Physical Description: 317 pages : illustrations, portraits, maps ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: [Salem, MA] : [Higginson Book Co.], [2001?]

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General Note: Reprint. Orginally published: Chicago : O. P. Barnes, 1912.
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: The Indians -- French explorers and missionaries -- Early settlements, the French and English in Indiana -- The conquest of the Northwest Territory -- Frontier history -- The Northwest Territory and the Ordinance of 1787 -- Indian wars and treaties -- Indiana Territory -- The Battle of Tippecanoe; the War of 1812 -- Slavery in Indiana -- Indiana becomes a state -- Pioneer life -- Early schools -- The state capital moved to Indianapolis -- The National Road -- Era of internal improvements and the Mexican War -- The Constitutional Convention of 1850 -- Indiana schools -- Indiana during the Civil War, part I -- Indiana during the Civil War, part II -- Indiana during the Civil War, part III -- Material growth -- Indiana politically -- The Hoosier in literature -- Appendix: List of governors; list of U.S. senators; Indiana counties; Constitution of Indiana.
Subject: Indiana > History.

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