It’s a date every Hoosier should know: Dec. 11, 1816. On that day, Indiana became the 19th state.
Historians aren’t sure which white man stepped first on Hoosier soil, but he most certainly was French and he likely arrived in the 1670s — 150 years before Indiana statehood.
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