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Side oneIn 1897, the Current Events Club, like many women's clubs during this era, helped organize city's public library. Andrew Carnegie donated $25,000 in 1901 for library building construction; city provided land and annual funding. Local archi…
This Memorial erected in Memory of the following soldiers who are buried in this Cemetery.The exact location of some are unknown.———————————Revolutionary WarThomas Mason · Ja…
Public lands from the New Purchase of 1818 were sold from Ambrose Whitlock's cabin located on this site.Whitlock, who platted Crawfordsville in 1823, was receiver for the Federal Land Office until 1829. Williamson Dunn was register for the office …
As Indiana's adjutant general he organized the state for war. He saw action at Ft. Donelson, Shiloh and Monocacy. Later served as governor of New Mexico Territory and minister to Turkey. Author of Ben Hur.
1837Indiana's Oldest Episcopal Church
Small Upper Brass Plaque - by Front Door: This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. United States Department of Interior. Large Middle - Brass Plaque In Memory of the Soldiers of the Revolutionary War of 1776 Bu…
(Front Side - in Stone):Montgomery County's Tribute to her Heroic DeadMexican War 1846 - 1948 Men Enrolled 98War for the Union 1861 - 1865 Men Enrolled 2,971Spanish American War 1898 Men Enrolled 264(Under Both Statues:): "Lest We Forget"(Back Sid…
This Property has been Placed on National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.
In 1824, Presbyterians worshipped together for the first time in Montgomery County in an unfinished log cabin. Expressing their religious mission through education, Presbyterians founded Wabash College in 1832 and the county's first free preschool…
This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby The United StatesDepartment of The Interior