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Dedicated in Memory of Our Fathers Grand Army of the Republic By the Indiana Department Daughters of Union Veterans Of the Civil War 1861 - - 1865 19th Convention June 13, 1933
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In 1840 the Miami Indians agreed to move from the upper Wabash area to eastern Kansas. Francis La Fontaine was his tribe last principal chief. After leading his people west in 1846, he died at Lafayette, Indiana, en route to his home. The body was…
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In a landmark decision on April 3, 1866, the United States Supreme Court overturned the conspiracy against the national government conviction of Huntington attorney Lambdin P. Milligan (1812-1899). This decision rising out of the Civil War, set a …
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This city, township and county were named for Samuel Huntington, signer of the Declaration of Independence and important political figure in the Revolutionary War era. Records indicate the name was given by Elias Murray, Huntington's nephew, when …
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(Side 1)Huntington's Ford and First BridgePioneers forded Little River From Charles Street diagonally across just below the Island to the Court House. A dugout canoe, when hailed, carried pedestrians across for 50 cents. Reportedly Indians had use…
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(Side 1)Canal Landing on Washington Street.The Huntington Landing started 120 feet west on Washington St and continued to the lock at Cherry St. The Wabash & Erie canal was 4 feet deep and 100 feet wide as this point. Other locks were at First St.…
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Drover Town, the first addition south of the Little River was platted Aug. 22, 1857 by Henry Drover. It included about 20 of his 160 acres of woodland. Family first names were given to the streets. Additional subdivisions followed. Huntington's ef…
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On August 19,1988, this beautiful court house square was host to 12,500 residents and visitors gathered to witness the first rally of the successful presidential campaign of George Herbert Walker Bush and Huntington's favorite son and 44th Vice Pr…
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The Huntington Courthouse Square Historic DistrictListed on the National Register of Historic PlacesBy the U.S. Department of the InteriorSeptember 4, 1992"Law is the Technique of Justice"Publius Iuventius Celsus
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMVKU_in-memory-of-the-huntington-county-boys-who-lost-their-lives-in-the-great-war_Huntington-IN.html
In Memory of the Huntington County Boys who lost their lives in the Great War.Charles S. Beard · Homer Glenn Fisher · Elmer Leroy Fysoa · Carl William Grossman · Lewis Alden Haller · Edward Emerson Hasty ·…
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