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Madison and Indianapolis Railroad. Mandated by Indiana's 1836 Internal Improvement Act, construction began in Madison 1836. Completed along this site 1843; Elizabethtown platted 1845 as a result of the railroad. Completed to Indianapolis 1847. Linked Ohio River and interior of state.

204 Railroad Road between 2nd & 3rd Streets on grassy median, Elizabethtown, IN, United States

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Bartholomew County Courthouse

SE corner of courthouse, 234 Washington Street, Columbus, IN, United States

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Orinoco Furniture Factory

1720 17th Street, Columbus, IN, United States

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Atterbury Army Air Field

In front of chapel at Middle Road and Grissom Avenue, Atterbury Army Air Field, Columbus, IN, United States

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Camp Allen 1861-64

SE corner of Center & Huron Streets at playground entrance, Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Site of Hardin's Defeat

0.3 mile east of US 33 on Carroll Road near Madden Road, Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Home of Philo T. Farnsworth

St. Joseph & E. State Boulevard, Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Wabash and Erie Canal Groundbreaking

1716 West Main Street at Growth Avenue, NE corner, Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Fort Miamis

Guldin Park, Van Buren Street Bridge, SW corner, and St. Marys River at Michaels Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Grovenour lock location
Gronauer Lock No. 2

US 24 just beyond east interchange of I-469 bypass, New Haven, IN, United States

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The Wayne Trace

6640 N SR 101, Decatur, IN, United States

Downtown geneva, indiana
Geneva Downtown Historic District

Line and High Street, Geneva, IN, United States

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Second Baptist Church

1328 9th Street, at Reed Street, Columbus, IN, United States

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Booker T. Washington School

NE corner 14th & Union Streets, Columbus, IN, United States

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Hartsville town square, southeastern corner
Hartsville College

SE corner of town square, SR 46/East Harrison Street & North Jackson, Hartsville, IN, United States

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Hartsville town square, southwestern corner
Private Barton W. Mitchell

SW corner of town square, SR 46/East Harrison Street & North Washington, Hartsville, IN, United States

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Lowell Mills

CR 325 W & Driftwood Road at Driftwood River public access site, Columbus, IN, United States

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Dan Patch Standard-bred colt (sire Joe Patchen, dam Zelica) foaled 1896 Oxford, Benton County; raised by Daniel A. Messner, Jr. on this farm. A natural pacer, trained for harness racing, a very popular sport in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Dan Patch began his racing career at county fairs in 1900; he became famous in Grand Circuit racing and never lost a race. In 1902, sold to M. E. Sturgis, New York, then to Marion W. Savage, owner of International Stock Food Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, who used horse's racing fame to market his stock food and many other products from toys to automobiles. Dan Patch's 1906 world record 1:55 mile held for thirty-two years. Was retired from racing 1909 for stud. Took part in exhibitions; died 1916. Erected 1999 Indiana Historical Bureau, descendants of Daniel A. Messner, Jr., Oxford Lions Club, Oxford Citizens and Town Board, Benton County Indiana Historical Society, Inc.

203 South Michigan Road, near intersection of SR 352 & SR 55 at east edge, Oxford, IN, United States

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Benton county courthouse in fowler
Benton County Courthouse

705 East Sixth Street at east entrance of courthouse, Fowler, IN, United States

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New purchase historical marker near fowler
New Purchase Boundary (Treaty of St. Mary's) In October 1818, Purchasing Commissioners Lewis Cass, Benjamin Parke and Governor Jonathan Jennings acquired Indian claims on the land shown on this marker. About one-third of modern Indiana was involved in this transaction.

SR 18, 2.5 miles west of US 52, Fowler, IN, United States

Blackford county courthouse tower
Blackford County Courthouse

110 W. Washington Street at south entrance to courthouse, Hartford City, IN, United States

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Godfroy reserve marker in montpelier indiana
Godfroy Reserve Reserved by U.S. to Chief Francois Godfroy of the Miami Nation of Indians by treaty at St. Mary's, Ohio, 6 October 1818, 3,840 acres on Salamonie River at La Petite Prairie, Harrison Township, Blackford County; reserve lands sold 1827, 1836.

SE corner of Main Street & Huntington Street/SR 18, Montpelier, IN, United States