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“In August 1962, she and more than a dozen other blacks went to the courthouse in Indianola to register, but they were denied.”
“The junior senator from Minnesota is the headliner Sunday at Sen. Tom Harkin's 32nd annual Steak Fry in Indianola, Iowa.”
“In Sunflower County, workers established Freedom Schools in Indianola and Ruleville.”
“Indianola also prided itself as the birthplace of blues legend B.B. King, who got his start at Club Ebony on Hanna Street, and recorded an album paying honor to his hometown called Indianola Mississippi Seeds.”
“Word was hurriedly sent down the river that a formidable ram was bearing down upon the "Indianola;" and, if the latter vessel was not in condition to do battle, she should be blown up.”
“The General's first thought was of a gunboat, the "Indianola," lately captured from the Federals, and now being converted into an iron-clad ram.”
“7. Strongest U.S. landfalling hurricane of the 1851 to 1910 era: The 1886 "Indianola" hurricane was analyzed as having 155 mph maximum sustained winds, a Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale Category 4 approaching Category 5 and was the strongest to strike the United States between 1851 and 1910.”
“I was assigned the USS Indianola, which was promptly shot and sank while passing under theConfederate gun battery at point B. Sigh.”
“My first academic appointment was at Simpson College, a United Methodist-related liberal arts institution in Indianola, Iowa.”
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