Indiana's Covered Bridges

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Arcadia Publishing, 2004 - History - 128 pages
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Once there were hundreds of 19th-century and very early 20th-century covered bridges in Indiana--so many in fact, that the state ranked third in the nation in the number of structures still standing. By the early 1930s and 1940s, a movement was afoot to preserve those magnificent structures that had not already disappeared due to desertion and deterioration. Some were saved, but many were not. What was saved and cherished, however, was an abundance of vintage black and white images taken by pioneer photographers who willingly trekked from bridge to bridge decades ago. Captured in this volume are nearly 200 of those photographs from the mid-20th century and before, representing more than 36 Indiana counties from Adams County to Wells County.
 

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Robert Reed caringly chronicles the tale of this charming chapter in Indiana history. An accomplished Hoosier author, Mr. Reed has written numerous books including Central Indiana Interurban (Arcadia, 2004), Greetings From Indiana, and Night of the Klan--A Reporter's Story.

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