Indiana, located in the Midwestern United States, has a rich and varied history. The first inhabitants of the area were Native American tribes, including the Miami, Shawnee, and Potawatomi. The first Europeans to explore the area were French fur traders, who arrived in the late 1600s. In 1763, the British gained control of the area after the French and Indian War. The British held the area until the American Revolution, when the area became part of the Northwest Territory. In 1800, Indiana became a separate territory, and in 1816, it became the 19th state. During the 19th century, Indiana experienced rapid growth and development. The state was a major producer of agricultural products, such as corn, wheat, and livestock. The state also became a major industrial center, with the development of steel mills, automobile factories, and other industries. In the 20th century, Indiana continued to grow and develop. The state became a major center for the automotive industry, with the establishment of several major automobile companies. The state also became a major center for the aerospace industry, with the establishment of several major aircraft manufacturers. Today, Indiana is a major agricultural and industrial state. It is also home to several major universities, including Indiana University, Purdue University, and Notre Dame. The state is also home to several major cities, including Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and South Bend.
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