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By Jody Williams
1 It is the 19th state. It has farmland. It has cities. The Wabash River flows through it. Indianapolis is its capital city. What state is this? On December 11, 1816, Indiana became a state.
2 Indiana means "Land of the Indians." It is 38th largest state. Indiana is in the Midwest. It is a Great Lakes State. Michigan is to its north. Lake Michigan is part of its border. Ohio is to its east. Kentucky is to its south. Illinois is to its west.
3 A famous race takes place in Indiana. It happens every May. It is called the Indianapolis 500. In 1909, four men bought some land. They built a track. It had four turns. They tested cars on it. People came to watch.
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