INDIANA, a borough in the west central part of Pennsyl vania, U.S.A., 46m. N.E. of Pittsburgh ; the county seat of Indiana county. It is on Federal highways 119 and 422, and is served by the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh and the Pennsylvania rail ways. The population in 1920 was (95% native white) and according to the Federal census, 193o. Indiana is beautifully situated in the foot-hills of the Alleghenies, and is in the midst of an important coal-field. It has an extensive trade, is the chief shipping point and shopping centre for the county, and there are glass works and other manufacturing industries. The Indiana State Teachers' college (opened 1875) has an enrolment of over 1,300.