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Wabash County

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Early days in Wabash County, IN, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet, compiled from excerpts from A Brief Centennial History of Wabash County, by Otho Winger, 1935, and Indiana, a Guide to the Hoosier State, compiled by the workers of the Writers' Program of the WPA in the 1930s. The 49-page booklet is printed one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The booklet contains a physical description of the county, such as the Wabash, Salamonie, Eel and Mississinewa rivers, Indian History of Wabash County -- the Mississinewa, the Miamis, and the Potawatomies; the story of Frances Slocum, famous white child stolen in Pennsylvania by Indians, and found many years later in Wabash County; the Treaty of Paradise Springs; the Indian Mill; the Passing of the Red Man; the coming of the white settlers -- Samuel McClure, Mrs. Jonathan Keller, Col. David Burr, James Kintner, and others; Organization of Wabash County; the Wabash Canal; the Irish War in Wabash County; the City of Wabash; Noble Township; White's Manual Labor Institute (founded to educate Indian children); LaGro and LaGro Township, Hopewell, Chester Township, North Manchester, Manchester College, Pleasant Township and Laketon, Pawpaw Township, Roann, Stockdale and Urbana, Liberty Township, America and LaFontaine, Waltz Township and Somerset; Industry, Roads and Transportation, Veterans of various wars; Famous son: Thomas R. Marshall, vice president of the United States; Religion, Education; Lawyers and judges; the Centennial Celebration; Pilgrimages to Important Historical Sites; a map of the area; and the poem "The Hills o' Somerset" by James Whitcomb Riley". The section from the WPA book visits briefly the towns of LaGro, North Manchester, and Wabash.

Wabash County, IN
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Cover of Wabash County History

Sources: History of Wabash County Indiana
Authors: Goodrich and Tuttle
Original Publication Year: 1936
Original Publisher: Richard S. Peale and Co.
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