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Boone County / Kassie Ritman.

Ritman, Kassie. (Author).
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  • 11 of 14 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Colfax-Perry Township 977.25 RIT (Text) 74121000090364 Adult Non - Fiction 1st Floor Available -
Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon 977.254 RIT (Text) 34330512957847 Adult - Non-Fiction Available -
Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon 977.254 RIT (Text) 34330512957854 Adult - Non-Fiction Available -
Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon 977.254 RIT (Text) 34330512957862 Adult - Non-Fiction Available -
 : Donated by Cooking Club in memory of Kathleen Honan. [ ed 2016-10-25 @ LBPLL ]
Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon 977.254 RIT (Text) 34330512958621 Adult - Non-Fiction Available -
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Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon HER 977.254 RIT (Text) 34330512957888 Heritage Center/Room - Archives Available -
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Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon YA 977.254 HIT (Text) 34330512957870 Young Adult - New Books Checked out 12/21/2016
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  • ISBN: 9781467117319
  • Physical Description: 127 pages ; illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, 2016.

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Summary, etc.: Boone County, founded on April Fool's Day in 1830, is situated in the center of the state, abutting Indiana's capital, Indianapolis. The first settlers found swampy land overgrown with ancient hardwoods, riddled with rattlesnakes, and teeming with wetland creaturesmost famously, frogs. Although life was challenging for the area's first settlers, most persevered. Many chided that Boone was not fit to be included as a part of the fledgling state of Indiana. They dubbed the newly platted area as the State of Boone to set it aside from the superior farmland and living conditions found elsewhere in Indiana. Boone County's first census counted 621 persons in 1830. Today, many of the original surnames remain prevalent among a population that exceeds 60,000 residents.
Subject: Boone County (Ind.)

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