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Indiana Deaf and Dumb Asylum 1851 Report
Indiana Fruit Growers 1906-1907
Indiana Inspector of Mines 1894 Report
Indiana State Prison 1854 Report
Roster of Third Indiana Cavalry
Woodville School 1917 Souvenir
Indiana 1883 Biographical Sketch Index Free!
Related Information and Documents
Detering, Betty, 1942, War Ration Book Two
U. S. Federal Census
Years available: 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.govWeb: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
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Web: Indiana Marriages to 1850
Web: Indiana Census, 1790-1890
Web: Indiana Gold Star Honor Roll, 1914-18
Web: History of Indiana
Web: History of Indiana Up To 1856
Web: Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
Web: The Indiana gazetteer, or, Topographical dictionary of the state of Indiana
Web: Men of progress, Indiana
Web: Early architects and builders of Indiana
Web: History of the Republican Party of Indiana
Web: A history of Indiana
Web: History of Wabash Valley, Indiana-Illinois
Web: Surname index to Roster of soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution buri
Web: Lineage book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution of In
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: Indiana University Class of 1929 Free!
Web: Indiana Naturalizations
Web: Indiana Artists
Web: Indiana Farm Colony for Feeble-Minded: Mortality Lists
Web: Indiana World War I Deaths
Web: Indiana State Department of Public Health
Web: German Immigrants in American Church Records Vol. 1: Indiana Protestant
Web: Indiana Genealogical Research (Schweitzer)
Cherry Grove Cemetery
Ball State Daily News
The state of Indiana was established as part of the United States on December 11, 1816, making it the 19th to join the Union. Indianapolis is the state capitol. For the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Indiana page in the Live Roots catalog.
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Web: RootsWeb Resources for Indiana Free!
Web: GenForum Queries for Indiana Free!
Web: Cyndi's List: Indiana Free!
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Web: FamilySearch Wiki: Indiana Free!
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