Self Storage in Indiana

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Indiana Storage Facilities
When searching for a storage facility in Indiana, you will be amazed at all of the options that are within your search. Whether you live in Bloomington and are looking for a small self storage unit or you live in Portage and are looking for a mobile storage unit - you will find the best facilities for your belongings in Indiana. Indiana storage facilities also include high-quality security systems and climate-controlled settings as well as insurance to protect your belongings while they are out of your hands.

Origin of State's Name: The name Indiana means ‘Land of Indians,' which was named after the various Indian tribes that helped play an important part in Indiana's history.

Capital City: Indianapolis is the capital city of Indiana.

Population: According to the 2009 U.S. Census Bureau, Indiana is home to 6.4 million people.

Driving: To obtain information about finding a driver's license, registration, testing, admission and much more, please visit the Indiana's Bureau of Motor Vehicles' homepage.

Agriculture and Industry: The main industries in Indiana include manufacturing, steel, pharmaceuticals, medical devises, automobiles, electrical equipment, rubber, coal and factory machinery. The main agricultural/farming products that are produced in Indiana include corn, grains, hogs, tomatoes, mint, tobacco, popping corn and melons.

State Bird: The state bird of Indiana is the cardinal. It is often referred to as the red bird.

State Tree: The state tree is the tulip.

State Flower: The state flower is the peony.

State Song: The state song of Indiana is "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away." It was written by Paul Dresser.

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Indiana - Interesting Facts:
  • The town of Santa Claus, Indiana receives over one million letters and requests over the Christmas holiday season.

  • Indiana is often called the "Cross Roads of America." It has more miles of Interstate Highway per square mile than any other state.

  • There are more than 100 species of trees that are native to Indiana.

  • Peru, Indiana was once known as the "Circus Capital of America."

Indiana - Famous People:
There are many famous names that are from Indiana. The actress Vivica A. Fox and the comedian David Letterman are both from Indianapolis while Michael Jackson and the Jackson family are all from Gary, Indiana.

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