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In 1916 Indiana commemorated its one hundredth anniversary of admission to the Union as the nineteenth state. Backed by efforts of the newly created Indiana Historical Commission and the work of thousands of volunteers, the centennial observance saw the establishment of state parks, the creation of permanent memorials in numerous communities, the publication of historical volumes, local production of pageants, and an overall awakening of interest in the history of the Hoosier State's heritage. 

 
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