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Indiana at 200 (76): Parks are Legacy of 1916 Centennial

Posted: May 2, 2016

by Andrea Neal In 1916, Indiana celebrated its 100th birthday with pageants, parades and a presidential visit and gave the best gift imaginable to future generations of Hoosiers: a statewide parks system. The planning began in 1915 when lawmakers created the Indiana Historical Commission – today the Historical Bureau – to oversee centennial events and Read the full article…

 

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