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ix, 252 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Paul R. Wonning,
|| Take a fun road trip through the rich history of Indiana using Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums Southwest Edition as your guidebook. Celebrate the Indiana Bi-Centennial by traveling the roads and towns in Southwest Indiana. Visit the places and learn the stories of Indiana's rich history. Indiana's story begins at Vincennes, the site of the Indiana Territorial capitol. George Rogers Clark wrested an empire from the British during the Revolutionary War, claiming the vast territory for the fledgling United States. New Harmony also beckons with its own special history. Visitors can learn the historic stories of these sites and many more using the Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums - Southwest Edition as a guide. Celebrate the Indiana Bi-Centennial in style as you wander through history using the Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museum series. This guide is part of the Indiana Bicentennial History Road Trip Guide Series. The nine books in this series will list every Historic Marker, Indiana Historic Site and most of the museums found in Indiana. Each Indiana History Guide Book will include contact web sites for the towns and cities of Indiana to help you plan your lodging, dining and shopping needs as you tour Indiana learning stories about the wonderful history of Indiana.