This is a list of lakes in the U. S. state of Indiana. The lakes are ordered by their unique names. Adams Lake, LaGrange Co. Atwood Lake Barton Lake, Steuben County Bass Lake, Starke County is in Bass Lake State Beach Big Long Lake, LaGrange County Blue Lake, Southwest Indianapolis Boot Lake, Elkhart County Briarwood Lake Brookville Lake Ball Lake, Steuben County Cagles Mill Lake Cecil M. Harden Lake Cedar Lake Chamberlain Lake, St. Joseph County Chapman Lake Clear Lake, Steuben County Cordry Lake Crooked Lake, Steuben County Crooked Lake, Whitley County Dewart Lake Dallas Lake, LaGrange County Eagle Creek Reservoir Earlham Lake Lake Edgewood Lake Everett Lake Freeman Flint Lake, Porter County Fish Lake, Shipshewana, IN, LaGrange County Fishtrap Lake, LaPorte County Fox Lake, Steuben County Fletcher Lake, Fulton County Lake Gage, Steuben County Geist Reservoir Lake George, Lake County Lake George, Lake County Lake George, Steuben County, extending into Michigan Gibson Lake Golden Lake, Steuben County Goose Lake Grandview Lake, Bartholomew County, Indiana Lake Greenwood Griffy Lake Lake Geneva Hackenburg Lake, LaGrange County Hadley Lake, Tippecanoe County Hardy Lake Harrison Lake Hart Lake Heaton Lake, Elkhart County Heritage Lake Huntington Lake Hudson Lake, LaPorte County Hamilton lake, Steuben County Indian Lake Indiana Lake, Elkhart County Lake James, Steuben County—adjacent to Pokagon State Park.
Jimmerson Lake, Steuben County Lake Kickapoo, Greene County – located in Shakamak State Park Knapp Lake Koontz Lake Kayak Lake – is a water filled, coal mine in Hamilton Twp. Sullivan County. Lamb Lake Is a 500-acre private lake in Johnson County. Lake Lemon Long Lake, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Porter County Long Lake, Steuben County Long Lake, Wabash County Long Lake, Porter County Loomis Lake, Porter County Loon Lake, Whitley/Noble Counties Lutheran Lake, Bartholomew County Lake Manitou Martin Lake, LaGrange County Lake Maxinkuckee Lake Michigan Although not inside of Indiana, it does come in contact with the state border. Messick Lake, LaGrange County Mink Lake, Porter County Mississinewa Lake Lake Monroe Morse Reservoir Monroe County Lake Mohawk Lake is a water filled surface coal mine pit in Hamilton Twp. Sullivan County, Indiana Mud Lake, St. Joseph County North Chain Lake, St. Joseph County Nyona Lake Olin Lake, the largest undeveloped lake in the state. ) Oliver Lake, LaGrange County Lake Papakeechie Patoka Lake Pine Lake, LaPorte County Lake Pleasant, Steuben County Pleasant Lake, Steuben County Princes Lakes Pretty Lake, Lagrange County Pretty Lake, Marshall County Riddles Lake, St. Joseph County Ridnger Lake, Kosciusko County Raccoon Lake, Parke County Indiana.
Sagers Lake, Porter County Salamonie Lake Sawmill Lake Lake Santee Shriner Lake Lake Shafer Silver Lake, Steuben County Simonton Lake, Elkhart County, Indiana Snow Lake, Steuben County South Clear Lake, St. Joseph County South Chain Lake, St. Joseph County Spectacle Lake, Porter County Stanton Lake, Leesburg Stone Lake, LaPorte County Sugar Mill Lake Summit Lake, Henry County – located in Summit Lake State Park Sweetwater Lake Sylvan Lake, Noble County Syracuse Lake Shipshewana Lake, Indiana Lake Tippecanoe, Leesburg Trader's Point Lake, Marion County University Lake, on Indiana University Bloomington campus Wapehani Lake, a.k.a. Weimer Lake, a reservoir on West Fork Clear Creek in Bloomington Waubee Lake Wauhob Lake, Porter County Lake Wawasee Webster Lake West Otter Lake, Steuben County Westler Lake LaGrange County Whippoorwill Lake Witmer Lake, LaGrange County Wolf Lake Winona Lake, in the town of Winona Lake, Indiana West Boggs Lake Worster Lake, located within Potato Creek State Park, St. Joseph County List of lakes in the United States List of rivers in Indiana
Herasto Marcial Reyes Barahona was a Panamanian journalist and political activist. Reyes was born in Vallerriquito, Las Tablas, Los Santos on October 10, 1952, he studied journalism at the University of Panama. In 1975 he took part in founding the Trotskyist Revolutionary Socialist League, which became the Socialist Workers Party, he contributed extensively to, edited, party organs like Revolución Socialista, La Verdad Socialista and Voz Independiente. From 1980 to 1987 he was the director of the Centro de Comunicación Popular. In 1987 he began working at La Prensa. In 1992 he was awarded the UNICEF Press Award for his work for child rights; the president of Panama, Ernesto Pérez Balladares, filed a libel suit against Reyes in August 1998, after Reyes had accused the administration of covering up a government embezzlement scandal. What followed was a lengthy legal process, highlighted by international human rights organizations. Works written by Reyes include: Los medios de comunicación masiva en Panamá, Historia de San Miguelito Cuentos de la vida Apuntes panameños de municipalidad Cuentos en la noche del mar.
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