Union Moraine

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The Union Moraine begins in Ohio, east of Bellefontaine and the highest point in that state, (Campbell Hill, 1,549 feet (472 m))[1] towards Greenville in Darke County. Traveling southwestward and arcing a little northward, the moraine reaches Union City, Ohio for which it is named. From here, it travels almost directly westward to Muncie, Indiana. From Muncie, the moraine runs northwest ending in the bluffs overlooking Pipe Creek at Bunker Hill,Indiana, just south of Peru on the Wabash River. [2]

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  1. ^ Rand McNally Road Atlas, Rand McNally Co; Chicago, IL,
  2. ^ Glacial Map of the United States East of the Rocky Mountains, U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior