A Brief History of Shelby County, Indiana

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History Press, Dec 1, 2009 - History - 158 pages
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Shelby County, Indiana, was established by pioneers who carved a path enabling future generations to create cities, towns and other communities that remain a testament to the quiet strength and character of a people steeped in the core values that define America. These are the people who worked diligently, possessed vision and farmed the land that fed a nation. Join author Julie Young as she celebrates the history of these sturdy people and their community on the outskirts of the Capital City, where the American dream was created. Book jacket.

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Julie Young is a freelance writer and author from the Indianapolis area who has written for any number of local, regional and national publications, including the Indianapolis Star, the Indianapolis Monthly, Indianapolis House & Home, AAA Home & Away, Today's Catholic Teacher Magazine and CNN.com. In 2000, she appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Her first book, A Belief in Providence: A Life of Saint Theodora Guerin, was a 2008 finalist in the Best Books in Indy competition. She is also the author of Images of America: Historic Irvington and Eastside Indianapolis: A Brief History.

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