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North Meridian Street Historic District. . Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1986. "One of America's Great Streets."
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Lawyer and Publicist. Col. 70th Reg. Ind. Vol. War 1861-1866. Brevetted Brigadier General 1866. U.S. Senator, 1881-1887. President 1889-1893. Statesman, yet friend to truth, of soul sincere, action faithful and in honor clear.
Has been designated a National Historic Landmark. This building possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America.
These Confederate soldiers and sailors died at Indianapolis while prisoners of war. They were transferred here from Greenlawn Cemetery in 1933 to rest eternal. A large monument to these dead not stands in Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Born Hertford Co. North Carolina
Sept. 12th, 1818.
Died New York City.
Febr. 26th, 1903.
The highest honors that the world can boast are subjects far too low for my desire. The brightest beams of glory are at most incomplete compared to my b…
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1986
"One of America's Great Streets."
Crown Hill Cemetery, founded in 1863, is the fourth largest cemetery in America. The history of Indiana and the United States is reflected in its monuments. President Benjamin Harrison, Vice-Presidents Charles Fairbanks, Thomas Hendricks, and Thom…
A 30 foot 19th century Alaskan Haida totem stood on this site c.1905-c.1948. The totem, part of Brady Collection in Alaska Pavilion at 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, was given to David M. Parry, industrialist, whose estate once encompassed Golden Hill.
Part of a statewide canal system begun in the late 1830's. The Central was projected from Peru to Worthington via Marion and Martinsville. Twenty-four miles were completed in this region. Railroads soon replaced the canals.
Built in 1917, this Neo-Classical, reinforced concrete arch bridge was designed by nationally prominent landscape architect, George Kessler. In 1991 the bridge was named in honor of State Representative Joseph Summers, who served with distinction …