Anderson, IN 46011
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is a city in Madison County, Indiana, United
States. The city is the county seat of
Madison County. It is the principal city of
the Anderson, Indiana Metropolitan
Statistical Area which encompasses Madison
county. As of the 2000 census, the city had
a total population of 59,734. Anderson is
the headquarters of the Church of God
(Anderson), and home of Anderson University,
which is affiliated with that denomination.
Highlights of the city include the historic
Paramount Theatre and the Gruenwald Home.
The city is named for Chief William
Anderson, whose mother was a Delaware Indian
(Lenape) and whose father was of Swedish
descent. Chief Anderson's Indian name was
Kikthawenund (spelled in a variety of ways)
meaning "making a noise" or "causing to
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