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Indianapolis Tidbits

The community of Indianapolis, Indiana was established by a proclamation in 1816 when Indiana was accepted into the United States, rather than by pioneers. The U.S. Congress saved four tracts of public property for the location of the capital of 19th state in the United States. The legislature of Indiana selected ten commissioners, in 1820 and charged them with the mandate to find the new capital as close as possible to the middle of Indiana. The reason for this was to benefit from the migration westward. Later that same year, two men named John McCormick and George Pogue settled with their families on property that would become the location of Indianapolis. It wasn't long before other pioneers began arriving and by the middle of 1820, some 12 families had constructed log cabins next to the riverbank in a settlement that was known as Fall Creek. In late 1820, the commissioners chose for the capital a location that was near to the precise middle of Indiana. That was the location where a man named John McCormick constructed his log cabin.

In 1821 once the legislature approved the location, 1821, the name Indianapolis, which is a mix of Indiana plus the Greek word polis, which translates into city, was selected. Some four square miles were set aside for the new settlement. However, but the chief surveyor, named E. Fordham, plotted a region that was only one square mile since he couldn't conceive that the capital would ever be any larger. A man named Alexander Ralston, who had previously had assisted with the plotting of the District of Columbia, was brought onboard to design the new settlement. Mr. Ralston elected to model it such that it had four broad avenues that branched out diagonally from a central circle to the west, east, south, and north.

Indianapolis became the seat of the county of the recently established Marion County, and in 1821, Indianapolis featured a population of some 600 residents and had one street. The population had only increased to 1,000 residents by, 1832 when the community was incorporated. Growth was slow since Indianapolis wasn't located close to navigable water, but was located on the banks of the White River that was too shallow to be used for commerce. Indianapolis currently holds the distinction of being one of the most populated communities in the world.

The building of the Central Canal to Indianapolis from Broad Ripple apparently solved the problem temporarily. However, the canal wound up being useless when the volume of water decreased. A more permanent solution was provided in 1831, with the routing of the national highway through the middle of Indianapolis. This solution fulfilled the initial purpose of the location of the community. The year 1847 brought the incorporation of Indianapolis as a city. It wasn't long before the Indianapolis and Madison Railroad arrived, and was quickly followed by seven additional major railroads. This provided Indianapolis with access to the Ohio River.

The population of Indianapolis head increased to 18,611 residents immediately before the Civil War, and the population was aided with an influx of German immigrants. Indianapolis was supporting a manufacturing based economy and was providing modern services. With a large ammunition factory and some 24 army camps, the community came to be a primary wartime hub for Union campaigns that were taking place the western front. This progress continued during this period. However, there was a set-back that was the result of the, 1873, inflationary recession. During the past 20 years of the 1800's, Indianapolis experienced a period of growth. In 1881, the community came to be one of the first communities in America that installed electric street lighting. Many landmarks downtown were constructed in an explosion of public architecture that helped to establish the identity of the community. During the late 1880's, Union Station, a new statehouse, and a new market were completed.

By the early 1900's, Indianapolis had become a leader in the fledgling auto industry. Some 65 different types of autos were in production prior to WW I, which were the Cole, the Duesenberg, the Coasts, and the g, and Cole. Other Indianapolis industrialists developed several improvements and innovations in the manufacture of the automotive, that included the six cylinder and four-wheel brakes.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which is a 2.5-mile oval track, was the most significant development was the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and was initially constructed in 1911. The Indianapolis 500 is held on Memorial Day weekend every year, and has since become one of the premier international sporting events, attracting world-wide attention. By 1920, Indianapolis had a population of some 300,000 residents and was a major industrial hub.

The creation of UniGov in 1970, combined the Marian County government with the government if Indianapolis. Through the initiatives that were implemented by the structure of the UniGov system. Indianapolis invested in entertainment and the Arts, constructed and sports facilities, and renovated its historical structures. The invested in athletic facilities and hosted both the Pan American Games as well as the World Indoor Track and Field Championships.