Why is Indiana called Indiana?
Indiana is called Indiana because it is the land of the indians.Indians used to live in Indiana.
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Indiana is located in the Midwest
This is quite humerous. Although his real name is Henry Jones JR.,it was revealed in the third movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, that he calls himself Indiana after… a dog. Indiana had fond memories with it and thus took on Indiana.. Indiana Jones' real name is Henry Jones Jr., named after his father, who simply referred to him as "Junior". At a young age, he gave himself the nickname "Indiana" after the name of a favorite family dog. This is explained at the end of "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade". That movie starts with a flashback showing the main character as a teenager, where he is already using the nickname "Indiana". That flashback includes a scene in Indy's boyhood home where we glimpse a dog, which is likely his namesake.
George Lucas had a dog named Indiana.
Because of the nickname for Indiana University's football team.
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Indiana is a state in the Midwest (United States of America).
Indiana has Trees,Farms,Zoos,etc.
Indiana isn't a person, it's a state.
They were having sex and the name came up
People who live in or are fromIndiana are called a Hoosier.