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1921 Indiana Senate
1921 Indiana Senate

Legislators

For information regarding current legislators and session information, please visit the Indiana General Assembly.

Google Books offers The Complete List of the Senate and the House of Representatives from the First to the Sixty-third Session Inclusive: and the Counties Represented by Them, Covering 1816-1903.

Also available digitally are numerous editions of the Roster of State and Local Officials, which is printed annually.

The following books, along with others regarding Indiana's early legislators may be found in many libraries and Archives. A Google search could lead you to a library where the books are held.

  • The Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1816-1978, Justin E. Walsh, Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1987.

  • A Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly: 1816-1899, Rebecca A. Shepard, Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1980.

  • A Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly: 1900-1984, Rebecca A. Shepard, Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly.

  • A Century of Achievement: Black Hoosiers in the Indiana General Assembly, Alan F. January, Justin E. Walsh, Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1986.

Laws

Current Indiana Laws and Administrative Rules are available on the Indiana General Assembly's website. A searchable database is also available from the 2000 session forward. Executive Orders may be found in the Indiana Register, also searchable from 2000 forward.

Google Books hosts many digital versions of the printed Indiana House and Senate Journals and Acts of the General Assembly. The Indiana State Archives, as well as many libraries, also maintains copies. The Archives also houses the original handwritten copies of the the early House and Senate Bills.