Indiana Military School
Indiana is the 38th largest state in the United States with 94,321 km² (36,417 mi²) of total area. The amount of surface water in the state is 1.5%.
Main cities in Indiana are: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, Evansville and Gary.
The U.S Census Bureau reports Indiana’s 2000 population as 6,080,485and estimates its 2004 population as 6,237,569 of which 85.8% are white, 8.4% black, 3.5% Hispanic, and 2.5% Asian, mixed race and American Indian in this order.
The total gross state product in 2003 was $214 billion. Indiana's Per Capita Income was $28,783 as of 2003. Indiana is located well within the Corn Belt, and the state's agricultural methods and principal farm outputs reflect this: a feedlot-style system raising corn, to fatten hogs and cattle. A high percentage of Indiana's GDP comes from manufacturing, and much of this activity is heavy manufacturing.
Culver Academies (not linkable)
Howe Military School (not linkable)