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Indiana State Motto
"The Crossroads of America"
Adopted on on March 2, 1937.
Indiana is located in the Midwestern part of the United States and ranks among the top ten states in both agricultural and industrial output. Because Indiana's railways, waterways and ports provide access to the world, "The Crossroads of America" was adopted by the Indiana General Assembly in 1937.
When this motto was chosen, the theoretical center of the United States was in Indiana; furthermore, a number of north-south and east-west routes intersect in Indiana. Some of these routes have been of national importance since pioneer days.
Indiana State Motto
Mottos of the States
State motto is a word, phrase, or sentence inscribed on or attached to a coin, building, or other object. The motto states an important idea for a group of people within the state.
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