Indiana Bicentennial Train helps tell story of state’s past

A wealth of Indiana history will roll into Bargersville on the railroad this fall.

People will have the chance to learn about the state’s role in creating the National Road, the jazz heritage in Indianapolis and the role agriculture has played in the state. They can design their own town flag, vote for their favorite Hoosier innovation and watch a historical interpreter describe life in 1916.

And all of it will warm the public up for the state’s bicentennial celebration in 2016.

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