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Seth Hinshaw, (1787-1865), well-known abolitionist, operated a station of the Underground Railroad on this site, prior to the Civil War. He also operated a store in which he refused to sell goods produced by slave labor. In 1843, Hinshaw helped er…
BornKinghtstown, Indiana 23 October 1872MEDAL OF HONOR"In the presence of the enemy during the Battle ofPeking, China, 21 July to 17 August 1900Throughout this period Zion distinguished himselfby meritorious Conduct."
( Center Panel ):We Dedicate this memorial to all veterans of United States Military Service. The many who have served in the past, those serving today and those who will serve tomorrow. They assist in preserving the Peace and Protecting us …
This Tablet is Dedicated to theMemory of Revolutionary Soldiersof Henry County Captain Philip Hendrick Captain Nathaniel LeonardCaptain James Stevenson Jacob WimmerCaleb Dille Richard ConwayChristopher Long Orr ScovelleHugh Heally Aaron DunnEb…
Knightstown—first town platted on National Road after survey, 1827—named after noted surveyor Jonathan Knight. Home of American Communications Network founded, in 1966, to preserve and perpetuate the "Ideals that built America" and…