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Schererville, Indiana

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{| class="wikitable floatright" style="text-align: center" ! colspan=4 style="text-align:center;border-top:none;"| Demographics (2010) |- ! Demographic ! Proportion |- | White |86.8% |- | Black |5.4% |- | Asian | 2.8% |- | Islander |0.0% |- | Native |0.2% |- | Other |4.8% |- | Hispanic(any race) |10.6% |} Schererville' (ˈʃɛrərvɪl , ˈʃɛərvɪl) is a town in St. John Township, Lake County, Indiana, United States. The population was 29,646 at the 2020 census It is a suburb of Chicago, located 30 miles south of the city. History Long before Indiana became a state, long before the founding of Schererville, people called the area the "Crossroads," as several Native American trails intersected here, that later became routes for the wagons of settlers traveling west. One of those settlers was Nicholas Scherer, who was born in 1830 at Scheuern, today part of Tholey, Saarland, in southwestern Germany, who arrived in the U.S. in 1846. When he came to this place at the sou
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