Appendix G

Sample from the online exhibit, IUPUI Neighborhood Project

http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/neighborhood

The 512 acre IUPUI campus continues to be an ever-growing presence in the midst of the Indianapolis downtown area. The land now occupied by the IUPUI campus was once the site of neighborhoods established from the mid-1800 s to the early 1900s. Drawn by jobs in industries located along White River, native-born Hoosiers, people from other states, and immigrants from various European countries settled and formed neighborhoods near the river.

In 1824, Indianapolis became Indiana’s seat of government. The city began to grow, with its population made up of immigrants from various parts of the world. German, Polish, and African American immigrants ...

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