Lanesville and Franklin Township

Lanesville and Franklin Township

Book - 2012
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Arcadia Publishing
In the late 1790s, when the first settlers arrived in Lanesville, they had a dream for a better life in which they could raise families and be part of a new and expanding country. Lanesville became a town on December 11, 1817--exactly one year after Indiana became a state. The town grew as people built businesses with the abundant resources that were available. Meanwhile, Franklin Township was developing into one of the best farming communities in the southern part of the state. Farmers took great pride in their homesteads, and many families still farm the land that gave life to so many generations before them. They worshiped in their churches, they built the schools that educated their children, and they prospered.

Publisher: Charleston, SC : Arcadia Publishing, c2012
ISBN: 9780738594118
0738594113
Branch Call Number: 977.221 B764L
Characteristics: 127 p. : ill., maps; 23 cm

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