Valparaiso, Indiana

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Valparaiso (pronounced /ˌvɑːlpəˈreɪzoʊ/ vahl-pə-RAY-zoh) is a city in Porter County, Indiana, United States, and is the southeasternmost suburb of the Chicago metropolitan area. It is the county seat of Porter County[3]. The population was 27,428 at the 2000 census, making it the 2nd largest city in Porter County.



The site of present day Valparaiso was included in the purchase of land from the Potawatomi Indians by the U.S. Government in October 1832. Chiqua's town or Chipuaw[4] was located a mile east of the current Courthouse along the Sauk Trail. Chiqua's town existed from at or before 1830 until after 1832.[5] The location is just north of the railroad crossing on State Route 2 and County Road 400 North.

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