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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM4YJ_the-old-church_Attica-IN.html
Built - 1850Restored 1989 by theJohn Cottrell Foundation
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This property has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby The United StatesDepartment of the Interior
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM4YF_devon-theater_Attica-IN.html
Historic Landmarks of Fountain CountyAward Presented toHarold and Helena HayesRobert "Robie" CriswellRobert and Aldean Criswellfor the Restoration and Preservation of the Art Deco Style Devon Theater built in 1938.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM4YE_the-old-library_Attica-IN.html
Founded in 1885, built in 1889, and restored in 1998 byHistoric Landmarks of Fountain County.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LI_atticas-carnegie-library_Attica-IN.html
Ladies Library Association of Attica, created 1885, deeded its library building to city; city library opened 1902 with a collection of 1,500 books. Funds from Andrew Carnegie made it possible to build a new library here on land originally owned by…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LE_ravine-park_Attica-IN.html
American Indians frequented this area, rich in natural resources. The ravine provided water from natural springs, marl for lime, and clay for bricks for nineteenth-century residents of Attica, platted 1825. City became owner of ravine 1906 when lo…
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In fall 1846, residents of Covington and Attica skirmished at Lock 35 over lack of water to Covington. Heavy rains eventually resolved the problem. Competition among canal towns over water control was often intense. First boat reached Attica 1846 …
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