News Article on Indiana Indians

From the Munster Times:

Tribal groups call Indiana home

VALPARAISO | Most Hoosiers don’t realize that nearly 42,000 of the state’s residents are American Indians, said Brian Buchanan, chairman of the Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission.

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Indiana Tribal History News Article

From the Terre Haute News:

Genealogy: Many tribes left their mark on Indiana

By Tamie Dehler
Special to the Tribune-Star
TERRE HAUTE Last week’s column discussed Indiana’s most influential Indian tribes, the Miami, Wea, and Piankashaw, as described in The Indian Tribes of North America, by John R. Swanton. Yet, there were other tribes that also left their mark in and on the state.

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