Montgomery County legend and lore

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Montgomery County Historical Society, 1988 - Montgomery County (Ind.) - 384 pages
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Contents

A Treasured Land
19
CrinoidsA Rare Find
25
Pine Hills Unique
33
Copyright

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Archery Athens basketball became Ben Hur Boone County born Brown Township Bud Fowler building built cabin Caleb Mills came census Church circuit rider citizens Clara Hughes Clark Township club Coal Creek Township Community Chest Community House Cornstalk covered bridge Crawf Crawfordsville Crawfordsville High School crinoids Danville Darlington Donald Thompson early east elected Elston Fiskville Fort Ouiatenon Fort Wayne Fountain County Frank Moody Franklin Township Gothic Revival graduated Greencastle Gronert Henry Smith Lane High School Hoosier Hysteria horses hospital Indiana Indiana University Indianapolis Ingersoll interurban Isaac Naylor JIM LEAS John John Beard Judge Kentucky Kenyon Nicholson Krout Ladoga Lafayette land Lane later Lew Wallace lived located Log Cabin Lyle Campbell Madison Township Martha Griffith Mary Hannah Maurice Maurice Thompson Meredith Nicholson Methodist miles Mills Monon railroad Montgomery County Montgomery Magazine moraine Noblesville Oggel Ohio Ohio River ordsville organized Parke County Parkersburg Pauline Moore Pine Hills Pinkstaff pioneer Presbyterian president Purdue University Putnam County Raccoon Creek railroad Republican Ripley Township Ristine road rotary jail Saddle Club Scott Township served settlers Shades State Park Shortz Social Gospel Sol White stagecoach Storybook House Street sugar camp Sugar Creek Sugar Creek Township Sugar River Susan Wallace sville Tannenbaum tavern teleprinters Terre Haute tgomery County Thompson Thorntown tion toll roads town Township traveled Union Township until Vandalia veterinarians Wabash College Wabash River wagon Walnut Township Waveland Wayne Township Waynetown Whitesville Whitlock William Wisconsin glacier women YMCA

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