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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Birch Bayh
Politician
22-Jan-1928   US Senator from Indiana, 1963-81
Otis R. Bowen
Politician
26-Feb-1918   Governor of Indiana, 1973-81
Dan Burton
Politician
21-Jun-1938   Congressman, Indiana 5th
Julia Carson
Politician
8-Jul-1938 15-Dec-2007 Congresswoman from Indiana, 1997-2007
Pamela L. Carter
Business
c. 1948   EVP at Cummins
Eugene V. Debs
Labor Leader
5-Nov-1855 20-Oct-1926 Labor leader ran for President five times
Charles M. La Follette
Politician
27-Feb-1898 27-Jun-1974 Congressman from Indiana, 1943-47
Katie Hall
Politician
3-Apr-1938 20-Feb-2012 Congresswoman from Indiana, 1982-85
Edward A. Hannegan
Politician
25-Jun-1807 25-Feb-1859 US Senator, committed suicide
Thomas Andrews Hendricks
Politician
7-Sep-1819 25-Nov-1885 Grover Cleveland's Vice President
Baron Hill
Politician
23-Jun-1953   Congressman from Indiana, 1999-2005 and 2007-11
Elwood Hillis
Politician
6-Mar-1926   Congressman from Indiana, 1971-87
Andrew Jacobs, Jr.
Politician
24-Feb-1932   Congressman from Indiana, 1965-97
Jim Jontz
Politician
18-Dec-1951 14-Apr-2007 Congressman from Indiana, 1987-93
Harry G. Leslie
Politician
6-Apr-1878 10-Dec-1937 Governor of Indiana, 1929-33
Robert Dale Owen
Activist
9-Nov-1801 24-Jun-1877 The Wrong of Slavery
William Ruckelshaus
Government
24-Jul-1932   Twice EPA administrator
Marlin Stutzman
Politician
31-Aug-1976   Congressman, Indiana 3rd
M. Clifford Townsend
Politician
11-Aug-1884 11-Nov-1954 Governor of Indiana, 1937-41
Matthew E. Welsh
Politician
15-Sep-1912 28-May-1995 Governor of Indiana, 1961-65


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