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Indiana is a state included in the United States with Indianapolis as its capital and biggest metropolis. Of the 50 States, Indiana occupies 38th position by area and 17th rank by population. It became a part of the US on December 11, 1816.
Indianapolis, colloquially known as Indy, is the capital metropolis of Indiana state. The city's population of 863,002 makes it the state's most populous city and when it came to the American Midwest region, its third city by population. The city has a thriving insurance and finance industry and hosts a number of business and professional services. Other prominent employers are government, healthcare, and education. The city is known for its hosting the Indianapolis 500, arguably the world's biggest single-day sporting event.
As per estimates published by United States Census Bureau, the population of Indiana was 6,619,680 as on July 1, 2015. About 77.7 percent of Indiana residents are to be found in metropolitan counties. The micropolitan counties were home to 16.5 percent of the state population. About 5.9 percent are resident of non-core counties. Indiana's four biggest metropolitan cities are Indianapolis, South Bend, Fort Wayne, and Evansville.
Approximately 86.8 percent of the total population are White American. Among the total percentage, 81.3 percent are non-Hispanic white. Coming second at a distant 9.4 percent are African-American or Black state residents. The Asian and bi-racial population both makeup 1.7 percent of the total. Native Americans and Pacific Islanders make up 0.4 percent and 0.1 percent of the total population.
Indiana Attorney General and Senators
Curtis Hill is the current Attorney General of Indiana. He is the 43rd person to hold the position. Hill was elected to the position in 2017.
Indiana Languages and major courts
English is the dominant language of Indiana state, followed closely by Spanish. The Indiana Supreme Court is made of a total of five judges. The Court of Appeals has 15 judges, The judges for both are selected by a commission created for this express purpose. The Supreme Court has no original jurisdiction. It can hear cases which are petitioned to it after they got heard in the lower courts. Most cases are heard by lower courts.
Indiana Native American history
Indiana was home to Native Americans before the arrival of the Europeans. They supported the French Canadians during the Seven Years' War. After the British won victory, the natives did not give up.
During the time of Pontiac's Rebellion, they forcefully took control of Fort Miami and Fort Ouiatenon. The 1763 British royal proclamation gave Native Americans the land located to the west of Appalachians. The Crown called it "Indian Territory". This land was denuded during the latter part of the 18th century through war and treaty, purchase or usurpation.
The total area of Indiana state is 36,418 square miles making it the 38th biggest state, The maximum north to south dimension is 250 miles and east to west is 145 miles. It is located in the Midwestern United States. It is one of the eight states which make up the huge Great Lakes Region.
Manufacturing forms the economic backbone of the state. The top state exports are pharmaceutical products, mot0pr vehicles and parts, and industrial machinery. The state exports medical and optical equipment, along with electric machinery.
Things to see in Indiana
Indianapolis has a number of large museums and a number of huge memorials and monuments. Visitors can ride the paddleboat and walk along the canal.