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historicalmarkerproject/markers/tmp-747a6_soldiers-and-sailors-monument-a-war-memorial_Indianapolis-IN.html
To Indiana's Silent Victors War with Mexico1846 1847 1848Indiana Regiments No's. 1, 2, 3, 4, 54585 men Indian and British War1811-1812 Battle ofTippecanoeIndians defeated Nov. 7, 1811 War of the RevolutionCapture ofVincennesfrom the British…
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Plaque 1Vice President of the United States with Democrat President Grover Cleveland, 1885Born September 7, 1819, near Zanesville, OhioDied November 25, 1885, Indianapolis, buried at Crown Hill CemeteryRepresented Shelby County: Indiana House of R…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1SRN_indiana-state-house_Indianapolis-IN.html
When Alexander Ralston and Elias Fordham laid out the original Mile Square Plan for Indianapolis, they set aside Square 53 for a "State House" two blocks west of what is now Monument Circle. In 1835 a first state house was completed on the site, m…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1SOM_the-lincoln-funeral-train_Indianapolis-IN.html
Side AAssassinated President Abraham Lincoln's funeral was April 19, 1865 at the White House. The funeral train left for Springfield, Illinois April 21 directed by the military; stops en route allowed mourners to pay homage. In Richmond, Indiana, …
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Authorized by Indiana's 1836 Internal Improvement Act, Central Canal conceived as link in transportation system connecting Wabash and Erie Canal with Ohio River. State's bankruptcy in 1839 prevented completion of Central Canal. Canal has since pro…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1SO6_indianapolis-times_Indianapolis-IN.html
Side One The Indianapolis Times (originally published as the Sun in 1888) moved to this site in 1924. In the 1920s, it led a crusade against the Ku Klux Klan, exposing the Klan's influence in Indiana politics and spurring investigations into corru…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1MR2_athenaeum_Indianapolis-IN.html
Side one: Built for German societies of Indianapolis including Socialer Turnverein: east wing 1893-1894, west wing 1897-1898. Designed in German Renaissance Revival Style by Indianapolis firm of Vonnegut and Bohn. Sculpted terra cotta and limesto…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1MR0_roberts-park-united-methodist-church_Indianapolis-IN.html
Roberts Park United Methodist Church Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1MQZ_griffith-block_Indianapolis-IN.html
Built in 1872 for the heirs of Humphrey Griffith - the city's first watch and clock maker - the Griffith Block stood for 128 years at 36-38 West Washington Street, the northwest corner of West Washington and Bird Streets. This commercial building …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1KUX_the-lincoln-funeral-train_Indianapolis-IN.html
Side AAssassinated President Abraham Lincoln's funeral was April 19, 1865 at the White House. The funeral train left for Springfield, Illinois April 21 directed by the military; stops en route allowed mourners to pay homage. In Richmond, Indiana, …
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