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Indiana State Stone:

Indiana State House - click to see all geological symbols
Indiana State House in Indianapolis built with southern Indiana Limestone;
photo by user "Me" on Wikipedia - Creative Commons attribution-
share alike 3.0 license. See All Geological Symbols.

Salem Limestone

Indiana designated Salem limestone (quarried in south and central Indiana ) as the official state stone in 1971.

Bedford, Indiana is known as the “Limestone Capital of the World.” Limestone quarried and carved in Bedford is featured on famous buildings across America, including the Pentagon and the Empire State Building. Indiana's State House in Indianapolis is also built with southern Indiana Limestone.

Limestone - click to see all state stones, rocks, & geo symbols
Picture courtesy of Mineral Information Institute: Lime - Limestone
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Emblems & Symbols of Indiana: Indiana.gov
Lime - Limestone: Mineral Information Institute
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