Home Sweet Home, Indiana
Though I do not agree with Indiana's politics, it is a beautiful state nonetheless.
Crack open a bottle of Champagne Velvet and dive into the first complete history of brewing in Indiana, where the beer history is as old as the state itself. More than three hundred breweries have churned out the good stuff for thirsty Hoosiers, and this city-by-city guide gives readers a sample of every spot, allowing time to savor the flavor while sharing the hidden aspects, like the brave and hearty brewers who assisted the Underground Railroad and survived Prohibition.
this was taken in Hawesville,Ky. over looking the Ohio River the old Cotton Mill Cannelton Cotton Mill, also known as Indiana Cotton Mill, is a National Historic Landmark of the United States located in Cannelton, Indiana, USA. this photo shows what the Cotton Mill looks like today 2012 today it's an apartment for low family income it's been totally restored the concrete wall is 36 ft tall it protects the town from floods it begins in Cannelton,In. -goes toTell City,In. which is 4 miles long
The old Cannelton Cotton Mill is a National Historic Landmark of the United States located in Cannelton, Indiana. It's been totally restored into an apartment building. The concrete wall is 36 ft tall and protects the town from floods. Decorated in beautiful murals in some parts of it, the wall is 4 miles long runs and from Cannelton to Tell City.
Detail of exterior artwork on the Visitors Center at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in southern Indiana.
Traveling to explore Lincoln's Indiana boyhood
Located inside the Madame C.J. Walker Building, the Madame Walker Theatre is a part of Madame Walker’s legacy and is at the forefront of the artistic and cultural community of Indiana. Celebrating art forms from the African-American perspective, the Madame Walker Theatre showcases new and emerging artists and offers educational programs, including Youth-in-Arts, which inspires music, poetry, dance, and other art forms for Indianapolis children.
White River State Park along the canal.
Indiana State Seal: TheIndiana State Seal has gone through several revisions since the region was a part of the Northwest Territory. A full description of the Indiana State Seal can be found at www.indianahistor.... The current design was standardized by the Indiana General Assembly in 1963. It depicts a woodsman chopping a sycamore tree, while an American Bison runs in the foreground and the sun sets in the background.
Experience Indiana Limestone The first commercial quarry on record was opened in 1827 near the town of Stinesville, approximately 20 miles west of Bloomington. Since then, Indiana's limestone industry has grown to supply the majority of all high-quality building grade limestone use in the United States. Additionally, the culture and heritage of limestone has permeated the area around the rich deposits of the high-quality stone, known as Salem Limestone.
Indiana Limestone Heritage Trail - History and Resources in Bloomington, Indiana