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Indiana -- Population

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Robert C. Enos scrapbook

 Collection — Folder S2445
Identifier: S2445
Scope and Contents This collection contains a scrapbook kept by Robert C. Enos while living at the Indiana State Soldiers’ Home in Lafayette, Indiana. The scrapbook has newspaper clipping ranging from 1898 to 1907 and undated regarding a variety of topics, including the population growth of Indiana and the United States, the origin of place names, the business center of Indianapolis during the 1850s and 1860s, and the Soldiers' Home. A number of the clippings are related to the Civil War and the 11th Indiana...
Dates: 1864-1907, undated

Sylvia C. Hendricks articles

 Collection — Folder S2819
Identifier: S2819
Scope and Contents This collection includes two articles by Sylvia C. Hendricks on the center of population (COP) of the United States during the sixty years it was located in Indiana. The first article, clipped from Indianapolis Star Magazine for March 7, 1982, entitled "Indiana: 60 Years on Center," traces the COP as it moved from south of Greensburg (1890), to east of Columbus (1900), to Bloomington (1910), to Whitehall (1920), to Linton (1930), and finally to Carlisle (1940). The typed article,...
Dates: 1982/03/07