Indiana Uplands Information (Geography)
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The Indiana Uplands are a geographical region in south-central Indiana. On a topographical map the Indiana Uplands (also known as the Hoosier Uplands) begin slightly north of the city of Martinsville, Indiana and continue south to the Ohio River. The description of the region inspired the name of Upland Brewing Company. The region's approximate boundaries are Interstate 65 to the east and U.S. Route 231 to the west.  The Uplands are characterized by rolling hills composed of sandstone, limestone, and siltstone from West to east. The siltstone hills are the most rugged followed by the sandstone while the limestone are the smoothest. This is contrast to the Tipton Till Plain immediately to the north in central Indiana, which features flat to gently rolling landscape.  
- Norman Upland. The easternmost portion of the Indiana Uplands.
- Mitchell Plain. Located between the Norman and Crawford Uplands.
- Crawford Uplands. The western portion of the Indiana Uplands.
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