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Legendary locals of Carmel / Debra Haskett May

May, Debra Haskett (Author).
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  • 2 of 4 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library IC 977.256 May (Text) 31208912251206 new local history & genealogy Available -
Westfield Washington Public Library - Westfield 977.256 May (Text) 78292000359828 Adult New Book Collection Checked out 12/03/2016
Westfield Washington Public Library - Westfield 977.256 May (Text) 78292000359900 Adult New Book Collection Available -
Westfield Washington Public Library - Westfield IND977.256 May (Text) 78292000359899 Adult New Book Collection Checked out 12/10/2016

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  • ISBN: 9781467102162
  • Physical Description: 127 pages ; illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : Legendary Locals, 2016

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Out of the wilderness -- Fields of foundations -- The quiet years -- Growing, no pains -- Best place to live, work, and play.
Summary, etc.: Early Carmel settlers Silas Moffitt and William Kinzer found the area to be abundant for hunting and the soil rich for farming. Quaker in origin, the town’s quest for importance in education was forefront and remains so today. With other dedicated leaders through a time of rapid growth in the mid-20th century, Robert Hartman and Dale Graham set the standard to make Carmel High School a respected rival in academic, sports, and extracurricular competitions. Beautiful art galleries, anchored by the Evan Lurie Building, dot the rejuvenated downtown Arts & Design District where Colonel Trester’s blacksmith shop and O.W. Nutt’s hardware store once stood. A far cry from tented summer church revivals, world-class musicians and performers now take the stage of the Palladium, an acoustically perfect and visually magnificent performing arts center. Visionary mayor James Brainard seeks a sixth term and hopes to continue on the same path of growth and renewal. The city has been voted one of America’s best places to live, and Carmel’s varied and colorful residents have been proving this since the 1830s.
Subject: Carmel (Ind.) > History.
Carmel (Ind.) > Biography.

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