A Standard History of Elkhart County, Indiana: An Authentic Narrative of the Past, with Particular Attention to the Modern Era in the Commercial, Industrial, Educational, Civic and Social Development, Volume 2

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American Historical Society, 1916 - Elkhart County (Ind.)
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Page 414 - Presbyterian church, and fraternally his associations are with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Knights of Pythias, and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, having numerous friends both outside and inside of his fraternal relations.
Page 812 - Cargill is a young man of enterprising ideas and marked public spirit, taking a loyal interest in all that touches the welfare of his home city and state and being one of the representative business men of his city.
Page 596 - ... co-operation in the furtherance of measures and enterprises projected for the general good of the community.
Page 596 - Republican party, although in local affairs he maintains an independent attitude and gives his support to men and measures meeting the approval of his judgment, irrespective of partisan lines.
Page 761 - He wielded a wide influence, leaving the impress of his individuality for good upon many lines of public thought and action.
Page 825 - Ohio, where he continued his studies in the public schools until he had completed the curriculum of the high school, in which he was graduated as a member of the class of 1886.
Page 445 - ... where his circle of friends is limited only by that of his acquaintances.
Page 760 - He was chosen twice to represent his district in the State Legislature, where he served with credit and distinction both to himself and party, and then declined a renomination.
Page 609 - Kanter severed the ties that bound him to home and native land and set forth to seek his fortunes in America.
Page 761 - In 1830 he was elected to represent his County in the State Legislature, and...

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