I grew up knowing Wisconsin was called the Indiana Head state, so I can see it plain as day. I was surprised, therefore, to find out recently that some people don't "get" it.
I googled for the above graphic, which I think makes it perfectly clear. The actual state boundary is inside the Indian Head (white.) Those counties that are in white are referred to as the Indian Head counties.
Just a little Wisconsin trivia for those who didn't know.
Oh, and PUH-LEESE pronounce it Wis - con - sin (both I's are short I's and sound the same) There is NO "E" in Wisconsin!!!!
We Badgers thank you.