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Helmut Haussmann (* 18. Mai 1943 in Tübingen) ist ein deutscher Politiker (FDP/DVP). Er war von 1988 bis 1991 Bundesminister für Wirtschaft.

Nach dem Abitur 1961 studierte Haussmann Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften in Tübingen, Hamburg und Nürnberg. 1968 beendete er sein Studium mit dem Diplom. Danach war er als geschäftsführender Gesellschafter bei der Firma Berninger & Spilcke KG in Bad Urach tätig. 1971 wechselte er als Forschungsassistent an den Lehrstuhl für Unternehmensführung an der Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. 1975 erfolgte seine Promotion zum Dr. rer. pol. mit der Arbeit Unternehmensordnung und Selbstbestimmung. Seit 1991 ist er bei der Unternehmensberatung Capgemini tätig. 1996 wurde er zum Honorarprofessor für Internationales Management an der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg berufen. Seit 2010 ist er außerplanmäßiger Professor an der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Tübingen
Helmut Haussmann ist mit Margot Haussmann verheiratet.
Haussmann ist Mitglied der FDP/DVP. Von 1975 bis 1987 war er FDP/DVP-Kreisvorsitzender in Reutlingen. Vom 1. Juni 1984 bis zum 8 2016 Puma Fußballschuhe Steckdose. Oktober 1988 war er Generalsekretär der FDP.
Von 1975 bis 1980 war Haussmann Mitglied im Stadtrat von Bad Urach, wo er auch wohnhaft ist.
Von 1976 bis 2002 war er Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages. Helmut Haussmann war zuletzt (14. Wahlperiode 1998) über die Landesliste Baden-Württemberg in den Deutschen Bundestag eingezogen. Bei der Bundestagswahl 2002 verpasste Haussmann den erneuten Sprung in den Bundestag um einen Listenplatz, weil die FDP/DVP im Gegensatz zum Bundestrend Stimmenverluste hinnehmen musste.
Am 9. Dezember 1988 wurde er als Bundesminister für Wirtschaft in die von Bundeskanzler Helmut Kohl geführte Bundesregierung berufen Discount Puma Fußballschuhe mit hoher Qualität. Nach der Bundestagswahl 1990 schied er am 18. Januar 1991 aus der Bundesregierung aus.
Karl-Hermann Flach | Martin Bangemann | Günter Verheugen | Irmgard Schwaetzer | Helmut Haussmann | Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen | Uwe Lühr | Werner Hoyer | Guido Westerwelle | Cornelia Pieper | Dirk Niebel | Christian Lindner | Patrick Döring | Nicola Beer
Ludwig Erhard | Kurt Schmücker | Karl Schiller | Helmut Schmidt | Hans Friderichs | Otto Graf Lambsdorff | Manfred Lahnstein | Otto Graf Lambsdorff | Martin Bangemann | Helmut Haussmann | Jürgen Möllemann | Günter Rexrodt | Werner Müller | Wolfgang Clement | Michael Glos | Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg | Rainer Brüderle | Philipp Rösler | Sigmar Gabriel
siehe auch: Amtsinhaber seit 1917
Helmut Kohl (CDU) | Hans-Dietrich Genscher (FDP) | Friedrich Zimmermann (CSU) | Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) | Hans A. Engelhard (FDP) | Gerhard Stoltenberg (CDU) | Theo Waigel (CSU) | Martin Bangemann (FDP) | Helmut Haussmann (FDP) | Ignaz Kiechle (CSU) | Dorothee Wilms (CDU) | Norbert Blüm (CDU) | Manfred Wörner (CDU) | Rupert Scholz (CDU) | Rita Süssmuth (CDU) | Ursula Lehr (CDU) | Jürgen Warnke (CSU) | Walter Wallmann (CDU) | Klaus Töpfer (CDU) | Christian Schwarz-Schilling (CDU) | Oscar Schneider (CSU) | Gerda Hasselfeldt (CSU) | Heinz Riesenhuber (CDU) | Jürgen Möllemann (FDP) | Hans Klein (CSU) | Rudolf Seiters (CDU) | Sabine Bergmann-Pohl (CDU) | Günther Krause (CDU) | Lothar de Maizière (CDU) | Rainer Ortleb (FDP) | Hansjoachim Walther (DSU)

Transport between India and Bangladesh bears much historical and political significance for both countries, which possessed no ground transport links for 43 years, starting with the partition of Bengal and India in 1947. The Kolkata–Dhaka Bus (1999) and the Dhaka–Agartala Bus (2001) are the primary road links between the two countries; a direct Kolkata-Agartala running through Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is being developed by both countries. The Maitreyi Express (Friendship Express) was launched to revive a railway link between Kolkata and Dhaka that had been shut for 43 years.

The partition of Bengal and India on August 15, 1947 led to the establishment of the Indian state of West Bengal; East Bengal became a province of the state of Pakistan. The hostile bilateral relations between the two nations made transport links very limited, despite the cultural and commercial links between West and East Bengal. At the outbreak of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, the only railway link between Dhaka and Kolkata was shut down, and not resumed until 2008 with the launch of the Maitreyi Express.
After the establishment of Bangladesh following the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, bilateral relations improved considerably, but the two governments moved slowly on implementing a 1980 agreement on improving transport links 2016 MAX & Co. For Sale. In the 1990s, the Indian and Bangladeshi governments collaborated to open bus services between Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal and one of the largest cities in India, and Dhaka, the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. In 2001, another bus service was launched to connect Dhaka with Agartala, the capital of the Indian state of Tripura the second largest city of Northeast India that borders Bangladesh in the east.
Since the 1980s, the Indian and Bangladeshi governments have sought to negotiate an agreement permitting commercial vehicles to pass through Bangladeshi highways in order to reach the northeastern states of India from the west; a concept described in India as the "Bangla Corridor." Such an arrangement is being promoted for its benefit to bilateral commerce, the transport cost reduction for Indian businesses and additional revenue for Bangladesh. In 2006, both governments began working on a proposal to provide a bus service directly connecting Kolkata with Agartala, the capital of the Indian state of Tripura, which borders eastern Bangladesh. As of 2007, travelling distance through Indian territory is an estimated 1

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,700 km (1,056 mi), but a direct road link via Dhaka would shorten the travelling distance to an estimated 400 km (249 mi), considerably reducing the costs of transport for Indian businesses, which have to transport goods and services through the narrow "Chicken's Neck" territory that is bordered by northern Bangladesh and southern Nepal. However, such an arrangement has been politically sensitive in Bangladesh.
On June 2 2015, the first trial run of a direct bus between Kolkata and Agartala ran, a route distance of 500 km, as compared to the 1650 km if it ran through the Chicken's Neck to remain within India. This bus made an overnight stop in Dhaka. General service began on June 7, and the first bus was flagged off by political leaders including Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina, and Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Bannerjee.
The Govt. sponsored service between Kolkata and Dhaka was launched on June 19, 1999; the inaugural bus was received in Dhaka by Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh. The inauguration took place just months following the launch of the Delhi-Lahore Bus between Pakistan and India. Although receiving lesser media attention and fanfare, the bus service has expanded its services to meet higher demand. While boosting commerce between the two nations, the bus also enables people with families that were separated with the partition of India, to meet relatives and visit the land of their birth and heritage. The Kolkata-Dhaka bus service has remained uninterrupted, unlike the Delhi-Lahore bus that was suspended during the 2001-2002 India-Pakistan standoff.
The Kolkata-Dhaka Govt. bus is operated jointly by the West Bengal Surface Transport Corporation and the Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC is the State Road Transport arm of the Bangladesh Govt.). Buses starting from Dhaka leave on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:00AM and 7:30AM and buses starting from Kolkata are operated on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5:30AM, 8:30AM, and 12:30PM, with no service from either side on Sunday. The journey is 12.5 hours long, 80 km (50 mi) from India side and 300 km (186 mi) into Bangladesh.
From India to Bangladesh there are services also provided by private comfortable a/c buslines (using Volvo and other luxurious Intercity bus transports) via the Haridaspur, North 24 Parganas / Benapole border post. Private Bangladeshi bus companies Shohagh, Green Line, Shyamoli and others operate daily bus services from Benapole to Dhaka. The normal one-way fare is Bangladeshi Taka 600-800, roughly $8–12.
After years of negotiations, the Dhaka-Agartala bus was agreed upon on July 11, 2001 to connect Bangladesh with its eastern neighbour, the Indian state of Tripura, which has a substantial Bengali population and indigenous peoples who have close commercial and cultural links with the people of eastern Bangladesh. The capital is connected by regular bus services with Bangladesh, it is more convenient for foreign nationals to enter Tripura via Bangladesh with an appropriate visa. Those foreign nationals coming to Dhaka or other cities of Bangladesh may come to Agartala via Akhaura border check post. Similarly, foreign nationals coming to Tripura by other routes could enter Bangladesh via this route. The journey time by road between Dhaka and Agartala is approximately 4 (four) hours.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the national carrier of Bangladesh connects Dhaka with Delhi and Kolkata. Private carrier Jet Airways of India also connects Mumbai along with Delhi and Kolkata, while United Airways of Bangladesh, connects Kolkata with Dhaka and Chittagong.
Indian and Bangladeshi governments will start work late by December or early by January 2015 on a new rail link to ease surface transport. India will build a 15-km railway tracks linking Tripura's capital Agartala with Bangladesh's southeastern city of Akhaura, an important railway junction connected to Chittagong port, resource-rich Sylhet and Dhaka

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. An agreement to implement the railway project was signed between India's former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and Bangladesh Premier Sheikh Hasina during her visit to India in January 2010. Total cost of the proposed project is estimated at Rs.252 crore. The Indian Railway Construction Company (IRCON) would lay the new railway tracks on both sides of the border. Of the 15 km rail line, five km of tracks fall in the Indian territory. The NFR is now laying tracks to connect Tripura's southern most border town Sabroom, 135 km south of here. From Sabroom, the Chittagong international sea port is just 72 km.

Die Rose von Turaida bzw. Jungfrau von Treiden (* 1601 in Turaida; † 1620) war eine Mai Rosa genannte Waise, deren Grab im Park der Burg von Turaida in Turaida (Lettland) ein vielbesuchtes Ziel ist.
Nach einer Schlacht zu Füßen der Burg Treyden oder Treiden (lettisch Turaida) im Mai 1601 fand der Burgschreiber Greif auf der Suche nach Überlebenden ein Neugeborenes in den Armen seiner toten Mutter. Er zog das Mädchen wie eine eigene Tochter auf und gab ihm den Namen Mai (lettisch Maija); herangewachsen erhielt sie wegen ihrer großen Schönheit den Beinamen Rosa bzw. Rose (lettisch Roze). Mit dem aus Deutschland eingewanderten Landschaftsgärtner Viktor Heil verband sie eine tiefe Liebe, im Herbst 1620 wollten die beiden heiraten. Kurz zuvor lockte ein Bote – vermeintlich in Viktors Auftrag – Mai zur Gutmannshöhle (Gūtmaņa ala), ihrem gewöhnlichen Treffpunkt. Sie begab sich in Begleitung von Leutha, der Tochter ihres Adoptivvaters 2016 fußball trikots online, dorthin. Dort lauerte ihr der polnische Söldner Adam Jakubovski in der Absicht auf, sie zu vergewaltigen, da sie seinen Heiratsantrag abgelehnt hatte. Mai bot ihm ihr Halstuch, das den Träger unverwundbar mache, falls er sie gehen ließe, und forderte ihn auf, die Wirkung des Tuches an ihr zu erproben. Nach kurzem Zögern verwundete Jakubovsky sie daraufhin tödlich mit seinem Schwert. Mai starb entsprechend dem Sinnspruch, der in das Halstuch – ein Geschenk ihres Verlobten – gestickt war:
»Lass' des Muthes Fahne wehen, Wenn den Stab dein Schicksal bricht! Lass' dein Leben untergehen, Aber deine Ehre nicht!«
Am Abend fand Viktor in der Höhle die Leiche seiner geliebten Mai. Zunächst fiel der Mordverdacht auf ihn; vor Gericht trat jedoch ein Zeuge namens Peter Skudritz auf und sagte aus, er habe Mai in Jakubovskis Auftrag zur Höhle gelockt und die Tat mit angesehen. Der Mörder selber habe sich inzwischen erhängt. Leutha, die nach einigen Tagen des Umherirrens aufgefunden wurde, bestätigte diesen Tatverlauf.
Nach der Beisetzung seiner Verlobten bei der Burg kehrte Viktor Heil in seine Heimat zurück. Die der Legende nach von ihm auf Mais Grab gepflanzte Linde grünt noch immer; die Stätte ist ein beliebter Wallfahrtsort für Jungvermählte.

Wesley Duke Lee (December 21, 1931 in São Paulo – September 12, 2010 in São Paulo) was a Brazilian painter.
Lee was a grandson of Americans and Portuguese and started his learning of art in the drawing course of São Paulo Museum of Art, in 1951. In the following year, he moved to the United States to study in the Parsons and in the AIGA 2016 adidas soccer equipment online store, in New York, until 1955. Then, he knew the works of Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Cy Twombly and the Pop art in general. Back to Brazil, Lee quit the advertising career and studied painting with Karl Plattner, joining Plattner in a trip to Italy and Austria until 1960. Lee also travels to Paris, where he attends classes in the Académie de la Grande Chaumière and in the atelier of Johnny Friedlaender.
After returning to Brazil, in 1963, Lee begins to work with young artists and performed the happening O Grande Espetáculo das Artes ("The Great Spectacle of Arts" in Portuguese) at the João Sebastião Bar, in São Paulo. That was considered one of the most pioneer happenings in Brazil.
With Maria Cecília, Bernardo Cid, Otto Stupakoff and Pedro Manuel Gismondi, among others, he tried to establish a group dedicated to magic realism. In 1966, he joined a group named "Grupo Rex" but it lasted only until 1967.
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The Glisborn, or Glißborn, is a small, short (3 kilometres (1.9 mi)) stream that rises from a spring of the same name. The spring is located close to the Odenberg hill near Gudensberg in the northern Hessian district of Schwalm-Eder-Kreis. The spring is connected with numerous legends (see below).

The Glisborn spring is situated 650 metres (2,130 ft) m north of the summit of the Odenberg hill and 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) northwest of Scharfenstein hill, at an elevation of 233 metres (764 ft). The spring water flows directly in to a large pool (see photo) before emptying into the stream. Its very short course of 3 kilometres (1

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The first written versions of legends about the Glisborn were recorded by the Brothers Grimm;
Karl der Große .... Die Krieger schmachteten vor Durst, der König saß auf schnee-weißem Schimmel; da trat das Pferd mit dem Huf auf den Boden und schlug einen Stein vom Felsen, aus der Öfnung sprudelte die Quelle mächtig. Das ganze Heer wurde getränkt. Diese Quelle heißt Glisborn, ihrer kühlen Maje Dresses Outlet 2016, klaren Flut mißt das Landvolk größere Reinigungskraft bei als gewöhnlichem Wasser Adidas apparatuur korting, und aus umliegenden Dörfern gehen die Weiber dahin ihr Leinen zu waschen.
Charlemagne .... His warriors pined with thirst, the king sat on a snow-white steed; then the horse stomped with his hoof on the ground and broke away a piece of rock; out of the opening gushed a bubbling spring and the whole army was watered. Glisborn is the name of the spring, to whose clear cold flood the country-folk impute a higher cleansing power than to common water, and women from surrounding villages come to wash their linen there.
It is, however, most probable that this legend is based on an older Chatti legend which states that the god Wōden came riding from the Odenberg on his white, eight-legged horse Sleipnir. At every hoof-fall of the horse, a spring arose, such as the Glisborn.
For this reason the Chatti held the Glisborn sacred. After the Chatti were christianised in the 8th Century by Saint Boniface, the legend was changed to the Charlemagne story. Both variants of the legend are "supported" by a stone with the imprint of a horse's hoof that was embedded in the wall of a church (Karlskirche) in Karlskirchen, a long abandoned village nearby. During the Protestant Reformation in the Landgraviate of Hesse in the year 1526, the church was destroyed because it was also still used for certain pagan practices. Many years later this stone was cemented into the wall that surrounds the St. Margarethen church in Gudensberg, where it can be still seen today.
In 2010, the water at Glisborn was found to have a total nitrate content above 50 mg/l, which is the maximum value that is allowed in drink water by German law (Trinkwasserschutzverordnung) and European drinking water quality standards. The Hessian Water Authority have stated that in a study from 1994 it was found that the soil around Glisborn is composed of thick loess deposits in various states of weathering. The high nitrate values are caused by natural loess decomposition and are not due to farming practice.

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Stadtteil Mānoa von Honolulu
Die University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa ist eine staatliche Universität im Stadtteil Manoa [Mānoa] von Honolulu im US-Bundesstaat Hawaiʻi 2016 fußball trikots online. Mit 20.549 Studenten ist sie der wichtigste Standort des University of Hawaiʻi System.

Die Universität wurde 1907 als College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts gegründet, 1912 in College of Hawaiʻi umbenannt und erhielt ihren heutigen Namen im Jahr 1920.
Die Sportmannschaften der University of Hawaiʻi sind die Rainbow Warriors (Männer) bzw. Rainbow Wahine (Frauen). Andere Namen wie Warriors oder Rainbows werden auch verwendet. Die Universität ist Mitglied der Big West Conference und Football-Mitglieder der Mountain West Conference.
University of Hawaiʻi: at Hilo • at Manoa • Maui College • West Oʻahu
BYU-Hawaiʻi • Chaminade • Hawaiʻi Pacific • Hawaiʻi Theological Seminary • Honolulu University • ICAOM • University of the Nations • World Medicine Institute
21.297-157.817Koordinaten: 21° 17′ 49″ N, 157° 49′ 1″ W

Małgorzata Turska, z d. Badocha (ur. 13 maja 1961 w Żarach) – była polska koszykarka, grająca na pozycji skrzydłowej. Reprezentantka Polski. Dwukrotna wicemistrzyni Europy (1980, 1981).
Wychowanka Sprotavii Szprotawa. Od 1979 do 1993 reprezentowała barwy Łódzkiego Klubu Sportowego, z którym zdobyła 3 razy mistrzostwo Polski (1982

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, 1983, 1986), 1 raz wicemistrzostwo (1991) oraz 3 razy brązowe medale mistrzostw Polski (1908, 1981, 1987). Przez jeden sezon 1989/1990 występowała na Węgrzech w klubie DVTK Miscolc. W sezonie 1999/2000 wystąpiła w 8 spotkaniach drugoligowych w barwach Widzewa Łódź.
Jako reprezentantka Polski zdobyła dwukrotnie wicemistrzostwo Europy (1980, 1981). Wystąpiła także na mistrzostwach Europy w 1987 (10 miejsce) oraz mistrzostwach Europy kadetek w 1978 (9 miejsce) i mistrzostwach Europy juniorek w 1979 (5 miejsce).
Z reprezentacją Polski weteranów w tzw. "maxibaskecie" w kategorii +40 zdobyła mistrzostwo Świata w 2005 (Nowa Zelandia) oraz wicemistrzostwo Europy w 2006 (Hamburg), a w kategorii +45 wicemistrzostwo Europy w 2008 (Pesaro)

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The Essential Alabama was a compilation album that chronicled the music of the country music band Alabama. Issued as part of BMG International's "The Essential" series, the album was released in June 1998.
As with other albums issued in "The Essential" series, the Alabama volume chronicled the music offered from the peak of the band's phenomenal 1980s success. The liner notes include a biography and detailed information about each of the 16 songs featured on the album.
Unlike their previous "greatest hits" compilations, Alabama's The Essential Alabama was not strictly a greatest-hits package, a point on which some reviewers picked up . As with other volumes in "The Essential" series, the Alabama contained album tracks and songs that had not previously been issued. Four such tracks are present here: "Very Special Love", "As Right Now", "The Fans" and "I Showed Her".
Of the 12 songs that had been released as singles, 10 of those reached No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts during the 1980s. The two other singles were 1980's "My Home's in Alabama" (peaked at No. 17, featured here in its radio-edit version) and 1987's "Tar Top" (the song that broke Alabama's string of 21-straight No prada zonnebril 2016. 1 singles when it peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard country charts).

"The Essential" title for this Alabama album should not be confused with the band's retitled two-disc, 44-song package originally issued as For the Record

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. The latter The Essential was from 2005 and is the reissued 1998 album For the Record.
Ironically, For the Record was released just two months after the original "The Essential Alabama" album was issued.
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Wandflue von Süden her gesehen
Die Wandflue (oftmals auch Wandfluh geschrieben) ist ein Grat in den Bergen in der ersten Jurakette oberhalb von Bettlach im Kanton Solothurn 2016 fußball trikots online. Der höchste Punkt ist 1'399 m ü. M. Der Grat fällt steil nach Südosten ab, zuoberst mit einer 2,5 Kilometer langen und 50 Meter hohen Felswand, die als Wahrzeichen von Bettlach gilt. Die Wand erstreckt sich bis auf das Gemeindegebiet von Selzach oberhalb des Bergrestaurants „Oberes Brüggli“. Unterhalb dieser Wand ist das Gebiet bewaldet, abschüssig bis steil und nahezu unzugänglich. Oftmals liegen auch Felsbrocken oder kleinere Schuttkegel zwischen den Föhren und Lärchen. Sie zeugen von aktuelleren, kleineren Abbrüchen, die jedoch nicht besorgniserregend sind 2016 fußballtrikots.

Die Wandflue ist durch einen Bergsturz entstanden, als sich am Ende der letzten Eiszeit (zwischen 12'000 und 10'000 v. Chr.) der Rhonegletscher zurückzog. Dadurch hatte die Bergflanke keinen Halt mehr und rutschte ab. Gewaltige Schuttmassen rutschten so bis an die Aare. Auf dem leicht ansteigenden Schuttkegel liegt heute das Dorf Bettlach. Der Bettlacher Bergsturz gilt als einer der grösseren Bergstürze nebst dem Flimser Bergsturz oder dem Bergsturz von Goldau.
Die Wandflue kann ohne Seil und Sicherung an folgenden zwei Orten durchstiegen werden. Beide Wege werden nur trittsicheren, schwindelfreien Personen empfohlen.

Huntington, known as the "Lime City", is the largest city in and the county seat of Huntington County, Indiana, United States. It is in Huntington and Union townships. The population was 17,391 at the 2010 census.

Huntington is located at 40°52′55″N 85°29′44″W / 40.882083°N 85.495595°W / 40

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According to the 2010 census, Huntington has a total area of 8.844 square miles (22.91 km2), of which 8.71 square miles (22.56 km2) (or 98.48%) is land and 0.134 square miles (0.35 km2) (or 1.52%) is water.
As of the census of 2010, there were 17,391 people, 6,566 households, and 4,197 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,996.7 inhabitants per square mile (770.9/km2). There were 7,487 housing units at an average density of 859.6 per square mile (331.9/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 96.4% White, 0.6% African American, 0.4% Native American, 0.5% Asian, 0.6% from other races, and 1.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.4% of the population.
There were 6,566 households of which 34.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 45.2% were married couples living together, 13.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 5.4% had a male householder with no wife present, and 36.1% were non-families. 30.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.48 and the average family size was 3.06.
The median age in the city was 33.4 years. 24.8% of residents were under the age of 18; 13.5% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 25.5% were from 25 to 44; 22.5% were from 45 to 64; and 13.5% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 47.7% male and 52.3% female.
As of the census of 2000, there were 17,450 people, 6,717 households, and 4,419 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,091.0 people per square mile (806.9/km²). There were 7,262 housing units at an average density of 870.2/sq mi (335.8/km²). The main religion is Roman Catholic, with around 42% of the city attending masses. The racial makeup of the city was 97.83% White, 0.21% African American business casual dresses, 0.45% Native American, 0.45% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.30% from other races, and 0.73% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.12% of the population.
There were 6,717 households out of which 33.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.9% were married couples living together, 12.4% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.2% were non-families. 29.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.0% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.46 and the average family size was 3.03.
In the city the population was spread out with 26.2% under the age of 18, 12.9% from 18 to 24, 28.2% from 25 to 44, 18.9% from 45 to 64, and 13.8% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 33 years. For every 100 females there were 91.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 87.3 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $45,600, and the median income for a family was $56,454. Males had a median income of $35,830 versus $26,921 for females. The per capita income for the city was $21,242. About 5.2% of families and 7.1% of the population were below the poverty line, including 8.2% of those under age 18 and 6.4% of those age 65 or over.
The Huntington County Community School Corporation serves the city of Huntington and all of Huntington County. The corporation's lone high school, Huntington North High School, is located in Huntington. The two corporation middle schools, Crestview Middle School, Riverview Middle School, and three of the five elementary schools lie just outside the city limits. Private schools include Huntington Catholic School operated by the Roman Catholic Church.
Huntington was named by Capt. Elias Murray, a member of the legislature. The name Huntington is derived from Samuel Huntington, a judge, politician, and patriot in the American Revolution. Samuel Huntington is also known for being the 3rd Governor of Connecticut and the 7th President of the Continental Congress. Being a delegate to the Second Continental Congress, Huntington took part in voting for and signing the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation.
The county of Huntington was formally organized on December 2, 1834. The city of Huntington was first established by a group of pioneers, most notably Capt. Elias Murray. By 1849, Huntington contained 150 houses and a population of 700.
A small number of books have been published about the history of Huntington County, the first being History of Huntington County, Indiana originally published by Brant & Fuller. Two other books about Huntington include History of Huntington County, IN by Frank Sumner Bash in 1914 (describing its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests) and Huntington County, IN: Histories and Families by Turner Publishing Company in 1993 as a result of the Huntington County Historical Society officers and board of directors meeting in the summer of 1992 to discuss the family history of Huntington, the glue that has held together the city and county of Huntington in the heartland of the Midwest for more than 175 years.
The Wabash and Erie Canal was constructed through Huntington County in 1834 and added major economic benefit to the area. In addition to the Wabash River cutting through Huntington (see Forks of the Wabash), this newly opened trade route accelerated the population and economic growth in Huntington.
Catholic publisher Our Sunday Visitor is based in Huntington.
Huntington Municipal Airport, a small airport for general aviation, lies southeast of the city.
Several highways serve the city: