Fall Creek Massacre - Markleville, Madison County, Indiana. First time in US history that white men were subjected to capital punishment for the murder of Native Americans.
Family Style Chicken Dinner and 30 different pies to chose from yes please! <3 Shipshewana , Indiana
May 30, 1911. The Indianapolis 500 auto race is run for the first time. Ray Harroun is the winner.
100 Years, 500 Miles: A History of the Indianapolis 500 by the Photographers and Writers who have Chronicled the Race for the Indianapolis Star Since 1911 by indystar.com
bob and tom show -
Georgetown Drive-In on State Road 64 in Georgetown, Indiana.
Hobbit state park
Upper Falls, Cataract State Park, Indiana; photo by Joseph
Stepp Cemetery in Indiana, known to be a scary place, was founded by a cult. It has numerous reports of hauntings including a woman who took her own life after digging up her dead baby.
JW Marriott building in Indianapolis during Super Bowl XLVI festivities, 2012.
Super Bowl 2012 in Indianapolis... so proud of my city!!
SUPER BOWL - 2012 in Indianapolis!!!
Fans line up outside Market Square Arena to purchase tickets for Elvis in 1977 his last performance.
The old jail in Marion Indiana, reputedly haunted. Site of shameful lynching in the 1930's...
The 9/11 Teardrop Memorial - I had no clue this poignant memorial existed. It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism." It is in Manhattan, NY. Around the base of The Teardrop were the names of all those who died on 9/11 – including 26 Russians.
Where US immigrants come from, state by state today and a century ago
the first state road in Indiana,
#Indiana's state flower is the Peony. What's your state flower? http://pinterest.com/hometalk/hometalk-state-flowers/
#Indiana State Bird
December 11, 1816 - The territory of Indiana is admitted into the United States of America as the 19th state.
Map of the Indiana State Highway System February 1933 :: Indiana State Library Map Collection
ryan white - 12/ 6/1971 4/8/1990 teen from Kokomo, In. became a poster child for HIV/AIDS after being expelled from school because of his infection. Hemophiliac he became infected with HIV from contaminated blood. Diagnosed Dec 1984, & given 6 months to live. Drs said he posed no risk to other students, AIDS was poorly understood then, & when he tried to return to school, many parents & teachers rallied against his attendance. He lived 5 years longer than predicted & died 4/1990
I still remember all the wonderful colors of Fall time in Indiana..
Pepsi Coliseum, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, Indiana.