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Indian Harbour Beach, Florida, 1955 establishments in Florida, Beaches of Brevard County, Florida, Cities in Brevard County, Florida, Cities in Florida, Populated coastal places in Florida on the Atlantic Ocean, Populated places established in 1955, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from February 2012, Articles with dead external links from December 2013, Pages with broken reference names, Pages using infoboxes with thumbnail images, Coo...
Indian River Lagoon, Lagoons of Florida, Landforms of Brevard County, Florida, Landforms of Indian River County, Florida, Landforms of Martin County, Florida, Landforms of Palm Beach County, Florida, Landforms of St. Lucie County, Florida, Landforms of Volusia County, Florida, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from October 2007, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from October 2013, All articles wi...
 
The Indian River is a 121-mile (195 km) long brackish lagoon in Florida, and is part of the Indian River Lagoon system which forms the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. It was originally named Rio de Ais after the Ais Indian tribe, who lived along the east coast of Florida, but was later given its current name. The Indian River extends southward from the Ponce de Leon inlet in New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County southward and across the Haulover Canal and along the western shore of Merritt Island. ...
 
 
 
The Old Indian River County Courthouse is a historic courthouse in Vero Beach, Florida. Located at 2145 14th Avenue, the Old Indian River County Courthouse was constructed from April 1936 to March 1937 in the Masonry Vernacular, Art Moderne style by architect W.H. Garns. The structure was built by James T. Vocelle after he sought federal funding during 1933 and 1934 from the Public Works Administration to build the newly formed county a courthouse. The structure later became the Courthouse Execu...
 
The Big Cypress Indian Reservation is one of the six reservations of the Seminole Tribe of Florida. It is located in southeastern Hendry County and northwestern Broward County, in southern Florida in the United States. The reservation lies south of Lake Okeechobee and just north of Alligator Alley. It is governed by the Seminole Tribe of Floridas Tribal Council, and is the largest of the five Seminole reservations in the state. Facilities on the reservation include the tribal museum and a major ...
Indian Shores is a town in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The town is a beach-front community situated on a barrier island west of Seminole, Florida. The population was 1,420 at the 2010 census. The town has recently undergone multiple construction and renovation projects, including utility undergrounding, road re-surfacing, and the placement of pedestrian safety measures. The town staff recently moved into a new municipal center which replaces the decades-old, antiquated facility. The...

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 Indian Creek is a partly natural and partly man-made waterway in the city of Miami Beach, Florida, United States. It starts as a man-made canal where Biscayne Bay meets Lincoln Road, and runs along Dade Boulevard, forming the boundary between South Beach and the rest of the city. At 24th street the canal opens into the natural waterway and continues north through the city past Allison Island where it opens into Biscayne Bay, till 71st Street where it merges with Normandy and Tatum Waterways and ...
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Santee Indian Mound and Fort Watson is a historic archaeological site located near Summerton, Clarendon County, South Carolina. Santee Indian Mound was part of a Santee mound village complex; it was probably a burial and- or temple mound, likely constructed in some cultural period between 1200-1500 AD. The fortification, British American Revolutionary War post Fort Watson, was built from 30 to 50 feet high atop the mound. In 1780, Francis Marion and Light Horse Harry Lee decided to capture the f...
Idlewilde is a historic boarding house site built between 1907-1910 at what is now the Indian Springs State Park in Butts County, Georgia. Two granddaughters of Robert Grier, a famous 19th century astronomer and author of the Grier Almanac, built Idlewilde and its gardens. It was operated as a boarding house until 1925. Mr. and Mrs. Willis B. Powell owned the house until 1943 and their guests included Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The property was then owned by Mrs. Linda T. Rastello until 1979 whe...
Indian Springs State Park is a 528 acre (2.14 km²) Georgia state park located near Jackson and Flovilla. The park is named for its several springs, which the Creek Indians used for centuries to heal the sick. The water from these springs is said to have a sulfur smell and taste. Indian Springs is thought to be the oldest state park in the nation. It was acquired from the Creek Indians by the state through the Treaty of Indian Springs (1825) and the Treaty of Washington (1826). Thereafter, India...
 
  
Indian Trail is a suburban town in Union County, North Carolina, United States. Founded on March 12, 1861, the town holds a history of traders traveling along the Indian Trail, which ran from Petersburg, Virginia, to the Waxhaw Indians, and gold mining. Indian Trail was first a farming community; however, German and Scot-Irish settlers began to move into the area due to its geographical location. In 1874, the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad was built between the cities Charlotte, North Carolina and...
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Bottle Creek Indian Mounds (1BA2) is an archaeological site located on a low swampy island within the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta north of Mobile, Alabama, United States. It was occupied by the peoples of the Pensacola culture, a regional Mississippian culture variant, and is the largest site of the Mississippian culture on the central Gulf Coast. It is important to understanding the history and culture of the Mobile-Tensaw delta in late prehistoric times and has been designated as a National Hist...
South Appalachian Mississippian culture, Mounds in the United States, Native American history of North Carolina, Native American museums in North Carolina, Museums in Montgomery County, North Carolina, National Historic Landmarks in North Carolina, Works Progress Administration in North Carolina, North Carolina State Historic Sites, Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Montgomery County, North Carolina, Hidden...Town Creek Indian Mound (31 MG 2) is a prehistoric Native American archaeological site located near Mount Gilead, Montgomery County, North Carolina, in the United States. The site, whose main features are a platform mound with a surrounding village and palisade, was built by the Pee Dee, a South Appalachian Mississippian culture people (a regional variation of the Mississippian culture) that developed in the region as early as 980 CE^ and thrived in the Pee Dee River region of North and South Ca...
 
 

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Sharon Indian School, also known as Indian View, is a historic school building located at King William, King William County, Virginia. The original 1919 Sharon School was a one-room, vernacular frame structure raised on brick piers. It was built for members of the Mattaponi tribe. The original school is thought to have been razed around 1964. The extant 1952 Sharon School, was designed by architect C.W. Huff, Jr., in association with architect Edward F. Sinnott (Richmond, VA). It is a one-story,...
 
 
 
 

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Marksville culture, Native American museums in Louisiana, Archaeological museums in Louisiana, Museums in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, Mounds in Louisiana, Native American archeology, National Historic Landmarks in Louisiana, Louisiana State Historic Sites, Archaeological type sites, Protected areas of Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana, Archaeological sites in Louisiana, Louisiana Registered Historic Place stubs, History st...
 
 
 
Indian Head is a town in Charles County, Maryland, United States. The population was 3,844 at the 2010 U.S. Census. It has been the site of a naval base specializing in gun and rocket propellants since 1890. Production of nitrocellulose and smokeless powder began at the Indian Head Powder Factory in 1900. The name of the base has varied over the years from Indian Head Proving Ground, to Naval Powder Factory, to Naval Propellant Plant, to Naval Ordnance Station, to the present Naval Support Facil...
National Museum of the American Indian, American art, American national museums in New York, American national museums in Washington, D.C., Douglas Cardinal buildings, Ethnic museums in Washington, D.C., Members of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, Museums established in 2004, Museums of American art, National Mall, Native American arts organizations, Native American culture, Native American magazines, Native American museums in New York, Native American museums in Washington, D.C., S...The National Museum of the American Indian is part of the Smithsonian Institution and is dedicated to the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of the Native Americans of the Western Hemisphere. It has three facilities: the National Museum of the American Indian on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., which opened on September 21, 2004, on Fourth Street and Independence Avenue, Southwest; the George Gustav Heye Center, a permanent museum in New York City; and the Cultural Resources Ce...
 
1859 establishments in Virginia, American Civil War sites, Archaeological sites in West Virginia, Cemeteries in West Virginia, Confederate States of America cemeteries, Hampshire County, West Virginia in the American Civil War, Hopewellian peoples, Indian Mound Cemetery, Mounds in West Virginia, Northwestern Turnpike, Protected areas of Hampshire County, West Virginia, Romney, West Virginia, Hidden categories:, Pages containing cite templates with deprecated parameters, CS1 errors: dates, Use md...Indian Mound Cemetery is a cemetery located along the Northwestern Turnpike (U.S. Route 50) on a promontory of the Yellow Banks overlooking the South Branch Potomac River and Mill Creek Mountain in Romney, West Virginia, United States. The cemetery is centered on a Hopewellian mound, known as the Romney Indian Mound. Indian Mound Cemetery is also the site of Fort Pearsall, the Confederate Memorial, Parsons Bell Tower, and reinterments from Romneys Old Presbyterian Cemetery. The cemetery is curre...
 Indian Creek Village is a subdivision in Beltsville, Maryland, located adjacent to Edmonston Road and north of Powder Mill Road. Located just to the north is Muirkirk, Maryland. It is immediately west of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, north of the Birmingham Masonic Lodge, and east of undeveloped land adjacent to Indian Creek, a tributary of the Anacostia River. The subdivision several short streets, including: Lime Tree Way, Hockberry Way, Cody Court, Indian Creek Street, Moonligh...
 
Indian Mission School, also known as the Nanticoke Indian Center, is a historic school building located in Millsboro, Sussex County, Delaware. It was built in after 1948, after the original school was destroyed by fire. It is a one-story, stuccoed masonry building with a gable roof. It features a concrete block covered entrance. The school was organized after school reforms of the early 20th century caused the children of the strongly Native American families of the Nanticoke to be placed in the...
 Indian Rocks Dining Hall is a historic building located near Reedsville, Preston County, West Virginia. The dining hall was built in 1928, and 1 1- 2-stories, with a hip porch on three sides. The front facade is of brown fieldstone with a large fireplace at the center front of the building. It is in the rustic Adirondack style. Also on the property are a contributing tourist cabin (c. 1928), ice spring house (1928), and ice pond (c. 1928). The property was developed in the late-1920s, by John He...
 Indian Creek School is a coeducational, private day school located in Crownsville, Maryland, USA near Annapolis, Maryland. The school was founded in September 1973. The original 17-acre (0.069 km2) campus houses classes for grades pre-kindergarten through eighth. In September 2004 Indian Creek began an upper school in a leased facility. In September 2006 the upper school moved to a new, dedicated facility on a 114-acre (0.46 km2) campus located separately from the lower and middle schools that s...
Indian River Bay is a body of water in Sussex County, Delaware. It is part of Delawares inland bay system, along with Little Assawoman Bay and Rehoboth Bay. Fed by the Indian River at its western end, the bay is connected to the Atlantic Ocean to the east via the Indian River Inlet. A natural waterway that shifted up and down a two-mile (3.2 km) stretch of the coast until 1928, the inlet was kept in its current location by dredging between 1928 and 1937, and in 1938 was fixed in place by the con...

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The Indian River Inlet Bridge (officially the Charles W. Cullen Bridge) is a cable-stayed bridge located in Sussex County, Delaware in the United States. It carries four lanes of Delaware Route 1 (DE 1) over the Indian River Inlet between the Indian River Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The bridge is within Delaware Seashore State Park between Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach. The Indian River Inlet Bridge is maintained by the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). The bridge is 2,600 feet ...
 
The Indian River Life Saving service Station was established at Bethany Beach, Delaware in 1875 to rescue mariners shipwrecked on the Delaware shore near Cape Henlopen by the United States Life-Saving Service. The facility was designed in 1874 as a 1-1- 2-story board-and-batten frame structure with decorative brackets supporting overhanging eaves in a version of the Queen Anne style. The structure sheltered a surfboat which could be quickly rolled out through double doors facing the beach and do...
 Indian Hill High School is a public high school near Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Indian Hill Exempted Village School District. In 2007, Indian Hill High School was ranked 48th in the nation in U.S. News and World Report Top 100 High Schools, placing it ahead of Walnut Hills High School and Wyoming High School as the top public high school in the Tri-State area, though Wyoming High School overtook Indian Hill once again in the most recent state rankings. In addition, it pl...
The Village of Indian Hill is a city in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States, and an affluent suburb of the Greater Cincinnati area. The population was 5,785 at the 2010 census. Prior to 1970, Indian Hill was incorporated as a village, but under Ohio law became designated as a city once its population was verified as exceeding 5,000. The municipality then changed its name to add Village into the official name; legally it is The City of The Village of Indian Hill. The Village of Indian Hill is se...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  Indian Harbour Beach is a city in Brevard County, Florida. The population was 8,225 at the 2010 United States Census. It is part of the Palm Bay�Melbourne�Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is 3 miles (4.8 km) north of the town of Indialantic and sourth of Satellite Beach. It is the first and only community in the United States to be a NOAA Tsunami Ready community along the nations East Coast.  

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