Historic Sites - Indiana
Here are links to some notable historc sites found along Route 40.
|Gennett Records (site) (Richmond, IN)|
"Gennett Records began in October, 19171, in Richmond, Indiana, by the Starr Piano Company. The record company was a Mecca for jazz musicians and over ......"
|Greenville Treaty Line (Richmond, IN)|
"The Treaty of Greenville signed on August 3, 1795, by General Mad Anthony Wayne and leaders of many regional Native American peoples, established a bo......"
|Mansion House (Centerville, IN)|
"Built in 1840. Now the home of Historic Centerville......."
|Salisbury Courthouse (Centerville, IN)|
"This log cabin, constructed in 1811, is the oldest surviving courthouse from the original Northwest Territory. It stood in the county seat of Salisbu......"
|Jacob Julian House (Centerville, IN)|
"Built in 1847. Former home of Governor Oliver P. Morton......."
|Huddleston House Tavern (Cambridge City, IN)|
"Built in 1839 by John Huddleston. Served as a residence for the Huddleston family and also as an inn......."
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Last updated: 2010-08-10 20:12:24