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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

Indiana map - Farm Products; Coal
Area: 36,354 sq. mi
Population: 2,700,876
Scenes: Farm Products; Coal

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Indiana is bounded by Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan and Lake Michigan; gross area, 36,354 sq. miles; land area, 36,045 sq. miles; water area, 309 sq. miles; capital, Indianapolis.
     The surface of the State ranges from an altitude of 300 to 1,250 feet. Richly wooded bottom lands are found in the Ohio and Wabash valleys. Lakes and woodland intersperse the prairie lands of the western portion. Your grocer has both Arbuckles' Whole Bean and Arbuckles' Ground Coffee, packed in triple wrapped and sealed, moisture-proof wrapper.
     Among the farm and garden products are the following: wheat, corn, oats, tobacco, hemp, flax, maple sugar, sorghum molasses, honey, beeswax, cider, vinegar, hops, wines and fruits.
     The State is especially rich in coal and other minerals, which include petroleum, mineral waters, clay, natural gas, sandstone and limestone. The coal measures cover an area of 6,500 square miles with a depth of 600 to 800 feet. Building stone quarries cover an area of 200 square miles.
     The principal industries are agriculture and manufacturing.
     The climate is generally temperate, although subject to sudden changes.
     Population in 1910, 1,383,295 males and 1,317,581 females, of whom 2,541,213 were of native and 159,663 of foreign birth; white, 2,639,961; negro, 60,320; Indian, 279; Chinese, 276; Japanese, 38; all others, 2. Total population, 2,700,876.
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