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Evansville, IN

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.evansvillegov.org/

Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.evansvillechamber.com/

Visitors Bureau:
http://www.evansvillecvb.org/

Population:
121582 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
1817

County:
Vanderburgh County

Platted 1817, incorporated 1819, became a city in 1847.

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
University of Southern Indiana
1965
University of Evansville
1854

MUSEUM

MuseumFounded
Children's Museum of Evansville
2006
Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science
1904

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
Vectren
2000
Accuride
1986
Shoe Carnival
1978
United Components
 
Berry Plastics Group
 

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward G. Boehne
Business
c. 1941   CEO of FRB Philadelphia, 1981-2000
Avery Brooks
Actor
2-Oct-1948   Sisko on Star Trek: DS9
William R. Burleigh
Business
6-Sep-1935   CEO of EW Scripps, 1996-2000
Ron Glass
Actor
10-Jul-1945   Det. Harris on Barney Miller
Bob Griese
Football
3-Feb-1945   Dolphins QB #12
Bob Hamilton
Golf
10-Jan-1916 6-Dec-1990 Winner, 1944 PGA Championship
John Hostettler
Politician
19-Jul-1961   Congressman from Indiana, 1995-2007
Henry S. Johnston
Politician
30-Dec-1867 7-Jan-1965 Governor of Oklahoma, 1927-29, impeached
Don Mattingly
Baseball
20-Apr-1961   Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
Michael Michele
Actor
30-Aug-1966   Dr. Cleo Finch on ER
Marilyn Miller
Actor
1-Sep-1898 7-Apr-1936 Broadway actress
Dylan Minnette
Actor
29-Dec-1996   Clay Norman on Saving Grace
Jay Riemersma
Football
17-May-1973   Former NFL tight end
Barbara D. Underwood
Attorney
16-Aug-1944   Solicitor General of New York

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bob Hamilton
Golf
10-Jan-1916 6-Dec-1990 Winner, 1944 PGA Championship



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