Indiana

Indiana became the 19th state on December 11, 1816. Indianapolis is the state capital. There are currently 92 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

Adams Allen  Bartholomew Benton Blackford
Boone  Brown Carroll Cass Clark 
Clay Clinton Crawford  Daviess  Dearborn 
Decatur  DeKalb Delaware  Dubois  Elkhart 
Fayette Floyd Fountain  Franklin  Fulton
Gibson Grant  Greene  Hamilton  Hancock
Harrison Hendricks Henry  Howard Huntington 
Jackson  Jasper Jay  Jefferson Jennings 
Johnson Knox  Kosciusko LaGrange Lake
LaPorte  Lawrence  Madison Marion Marshall 
Martin Miami  Monroe Montgomery Morgan
Newton  Noble  Ohio  Orange Owen
Parke Perry  Pike Porter Posey
Pulaski Putnam Randolph Ripley Rush 
Saint Joseph Scott Shelby Spencer  Starke 
Steuben  Sullivan  Switzerland  Tippecanoe Tipton 
Union  Vanderburgh Vermillion  Vigo Wabash 
Warren Warrick Washington  Wayne  Wells
White  Whitley 


Indiana Supreme Court

 

Highest Point – Hoosier Hill ( 1,257 feet ) is located in Wayne County

Lowest Point  – Ohio River ( 320 feet ) is located in Posey County

 

Oldest Courthouse still in use - Ohio County (1845)

Oldest Former Courthouse - Perry County (Rome – 1819)

 

 

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State Capitol – Indianapolis

 

 

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Governor Mansion – Indianapolis