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Bulletin. Vol. 1, no. 1, May 26, 1959  / Historical Society of Decatur County.

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Greensburg-Decatur Co PL - Greensburg IND 977.2 BUL 1959-1965 (Text) 32826014330997 Indiana Room - Section E - Decatur County Records In process -

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  • Physical Description: 1 vol. illustrations ; 30 cm
  • Publisher: Greensburg, IN : Historical Society of Decatur County, 1959

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Vol. 1, no. 1, May 26, 1959. Roster of members -- vol. 1, no. 2, July 24, 1959. Garland Mill Papers -- Indpls.-Cin. & Laf. R.R. schedule for 1870 -- Other members. Vol. 1, no. 3, Sept. 29, 1959. Outing to Woodlarkland, home of Grant Henderson... Mechanicsburg (Reunion) -- New Point schools, ca. 1909 (photographs) -- October (Poem from Sons of the Woodlark) -- Junior Historical Society beginning names Kuhnes. Vol. 1, no. 4, Nov. 21, 1959. Letter from the Indiana Historical Society requesting photographs of houses built between 1860 and 1900. -- Centennial of the Adams Methodist Church -- Amendments -- Woodlarkland the Hendersons, Oct. 11, 1959 picnic dinner -- Vol. 1, no. 5, Feb. 27, 1960.  (228 members) Pioneers: list of family names of people living in the Millhousen community in 1860.  An early will (Elias Jarrard) June 20, 1822.It can be done (the reconstruction of the Nauvoo Cemetery) -- What is your Decatur County I.Q. -- Morgan's Station, by Madge B. Harding -- Hack lines (Feb. 4, 1882) -- Amendments -- Tentative list of "Houses of architectural interest, 1860-1900 -- The History Club of Sandcreek High School -- Distances of towns to Greensburg -- Vol. 1, no. 6, June 28, 1960. Review of Robert Montgomery's talk on George Rogers Clark's conquest of the Northwest Territory -- The I & C (Indianapolis & Cincinnati) restoration -- Henderson to head group on Civil War -- Morgan's Raid, July 13, 1863 -- Chitwood (M. Louisa Chitwood Club) -- Court news for passing counterfeit money -- What is your Decatur County I.Q? -- More power to them (DAR) -- The Brookville Road, Sept. 4, 1832 -- Old homes 1860-1900 -- Vol. 1, no. 7, September 30, 1960. Old homes 1860-1900 -- Court news: Edward Parimore vs. Cincinnati and Indianapolis Rail Road Comp. -- The Civil War (centennial celebrations) -- One of nature's beauty spots (Center of Population, 1891) / Chicago Herald, May 11, 1891 -- Vol. 1, no. 8, Nov. 30, 1960. Dr. R.J. Depew (Doctor in St. Paul) -- Decatur News, June 7, 1882 (Telephones in Clarksburg) -- Old Settlers 9th annual reunion August 22, 23, 24, and 25) -- Tour of Sandcreek Township (The last meeting, Oct. 16th, 1960) -- Comparison with recent laws (Statistics on wars) -- Union dispatches and correspondence on Morgan's Raid -- Vol. 1, no. 9, Feb. 12, 1961. Early days (Rossburg, Enochsburg, St. Maurice) -- What is your Decatur County I.Q.? -- Lincoln (poem by Grant Henderson) -- Greensburg Woolen Mills (advertisement for workers in the Decatur News, Sept.6, 1882) -- More on Morgan's Raid -- Stone on NE80 for the Hamilton family -- Some reminiscences of my childhood days, by Nancy Hamilton Adams -- Vol. 1, no. 10, June 1, 1961. White Water Valley Railroad (Complaint letter, May 14th, 1867) -- Adams 75 years ago -- Reminiscences prepared by Mrs. E.C. Stimson for the Historical Society -- July'33 -- For the Historical Society, Mrs. D.W. Weaver and Miss Edith Patton (Information on Eusebia Stimson_-- Morgan's Raid (Telegraph messages from General Wallace and General Willcox) Vol. 1, no. 11, Sept. 9, 1961. The first of the Hoosiers, by George Cary Eggleston. Captain William Lowry -- Tribute (poem) by Gail Alley Bailey -- Lost and found column: Saltcreek Church of Christ, Jan. 22nd, 1831 -- The Hoosier Schoolmaster, Alumni Hall, June 3rd (no date) -- Commissioner's sale of valuable real estate located in Rockbridge and Bat Counties, Virginia -- Back to school, by William F. Robbins on the Malden School in Marion Township -- Anyone for a trip to Galena, Ill. -- Telegraph messages on Morgan's Raid -- Vol. 1, no. 12, Nov. 18, 1961. Early doctors -- Football -- A memorable occasion, April , 1907. Founding of the Lone-Tree Chapter of the DAR -- An early baseball team -- Revolutionary War soldiers buried in Decatur County -- In defense of the Bald Eagle, by American Heritage -- A tour of Clay Township, 1961 -- Vol. 1, no. 13, February 23, 1962. Price House (Garland Mill papers) -- What is your Decatur County I.Q.? -- The Riley Will -- Decatur County Revolutionary Soldiers -- I remember, by Lou Porter -- Vol. 1, no. 14, June 14, 1962. Early baseball teams -- April 12, 1887 Drillers struck gas in Greensburg -- The battle at Port Republic -- A Tree (on the Courthouse) -- Donner Party -- People I have known: Personal sketches of Decatur's pioneer fathers-- The men of 1819-'20 -- First grist mills in county -- Shelhorn, Jewit, Paul, House -- Stock of goods from George Gaullagher, August 17, 1825. Interstate 74 -- Souvenir of Greensburg, by Floy P. Batterton -- Vol. 1, no. 16, December 1, 1962 -- The anti-slavery movement in the Kingston (Ind.) Presbyterian Church, by Mary Rankin, Feb. 1928 -- History via glassware -- Home town (poem) by Roll B. Littell -- Tour of Greensburg square (The last meeting)-- Exhibition Sardinia School, Feb. 17, 1968 -- With Thoreau (Henderson) at Concord Bridge, Sept. 10, 1961 by Grant Henderson (Poem) -- Vol. 1, no. 17, March 23, 1963. 100 years ago come July -- The Big Four Railroad in Indiana, by Ared Maurice Murphy -- Indiana Railway Museum of Decatur County, Incorporated -- History of the New Little Flatrock Baptist Church (Star Church) -- The Liv'ry Stable (Poem), by William O. Thomson.-- Vol. 1, no. 18, October 1, 1963 -- Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad Co. -- Threshing days 60 years ago by Frank Kluemper -- Song of an inland town (Poem), by Smiley Fowler -- The Fugitive Slave Case (from the Clarion, April 7, 1849)-- Long ago (map of Kingston area) -- Vol. 1, no. 19, Jan. 18, 1964. Bears in Decatur County, by Ada Magee -- Letts 1911-12 -- The medical profession in Decatur County, Illustrated Historical Atlas of Decatur County, 1882 -- Vol. 1, no. 20, March 21, 1964 -- Our own authors -- Reminiscences early Shelby and Decatur Counties by J.R. French -- New Point 1911-12 (List of inhabitants) -- Vol. 1, no. 21, Aug. 8, 1964 -- Mt. Etna School history, by Anna Lee Linville -- A pioneer wedding -- Vol. 1, no. 22, Sept. 30, 1964. -- Reminiscences of the late "Uncle John" Shelhorn as told by himself for the last time in September, 1912 to Chas. C. Roberts, by Hannah Brown -- Israel Jewett's first telephones, by Marceil L. Freeland -- Reminiscences of early Shelby County, part 2, by J.R. French -- Railroads- Steam and Electric in Indiana, by Oscar G. Miller -- How do I know my youth has been spent (Poem)-- Vol. 1, no. 24, March 13, 1965 -- Decatur County, favorite of Mother Nature by Jennie Starks McKee -- The blow out -- People's say so, Medical past, by Smiley Fowler -- Bound boys, by M.F. -- Does it rain fish? by P. H.H. -- Old Hitchin' Rack (poem) --by William Orville Thomson -- Vol. 1, no.25, Aug. 7, 1965. The last meeting, by Hubert G. Stuhrenberg -- A brief history of the Southeastern Decatur County Sunday school, 4th of July celebrations

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