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( Memorial Tree Plaque ) This tree planted in memory ofEarl R. AlbaughJoseph K. ClarkRoscoe C. KirkpatrickClarence A. Wiles"Who died in Service" ( World War II - Plaque ) For God and Country Dedicated toThe sons and daughtersof our…
Side ACamdenWhen the School Section, No. 16, was sold in 1832 Wm. Crooks, School Commissioner, reserved 16 acres and had a town site laid out by John Armstrong, Co. Surveyor. Col. Crooks (1787 - 1861) (War of 1812) kept the first cabin store about…
Flora's Station, on the Logansport, Crawfordsville and Southwestern Ry., was platted in 1872 for John Flora on land entered by him in 1829. Ino Post Office established 1872, changed to Flora in 1873. Also called Fountain City from flowing wells. P…
Laid out in 1828 by David Stipp. Promoted for seat of a new county to be made partly from the Great Miami Reserve, which began two mile east. The Lafayette & Muncie Road crossed the Great Michigan Road here. It was an important stage stop, mill vi…
Organized June 25, 1864, the Lodge used the third floor of the Adams Mill as meeting place until autumn 1867, one of two known Masonic Lodges in Indiana to have started life in a flour mill.
In 1831 John Adams, Pennsylvania, built a saw mill here. In 1832 he entered land, in 1835-36 added a flouring mill. The present building was erected in 1845, restored by M. & Mrs. Claude Sheets in 1840. Boliver Village was platted around the mill …
This row of sycamores sprouted from freshly cut logs used in the 1830's to corduroy a swampy section of the historic Michigan Road, the first state road in Indiana, running from Madison to Michigan City.
Pyrmont. John Wagner built a dam, race and sqw mill about a mile South in 1833 and added a grist mill. He sold to John Fisher who sold to John Fetterhoff who built a large frame mill. Joel Wagoner, James Allen, Elias Morkert, J. J. Cripe, Wm. Gard…
Built in 1840 for Burnett's Creek to pass under Wabash and Erie Canal
Front The Longest Canal in North AmericaCarroll County Wabash & Erie CanalDelphi, Indiana The Wabash & Erie Canal extended 468 milesfrom Toledo, Ohio to Evansville, IndianaOn March 2, 1827, a Congressional land grant made possible a continuous …