Hoosier hysterical : how the West became the Midwest, without moving at all / by Mark R. Hunter with Emily Hunter.
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- ISBN: 9781533120625
- ISBN: 1533120625
- Physical Description: 161 pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm
- Publisher: [Indiana] : [Mark R. Hunter], 
|Summary, etc.:|| "The problem with history isn't that it's not interesting; it's that it's not 'made' interesting. . . . So Mark R. Hunter begins his attempt to make history funny, even if it makes history teachers roll over in their graves (hopefully not while they're still alive). With his wife Emily, Hunter goes on an off-the-wall, Indy 500-style race through the past, from Paleo-Indians through the Northwest Territory, the formation of the state, wars, and the ongoing struggle of people against their environment and each other."--Back cover.
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