List of Indiana state historical markers in Wabash County

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Location of Wabash County in Indiana

This is a list of the Indiana state historical markers in Wabash County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Wabash County, Indiana, United States by the Indiana Historical Bureau. The locations of the historical markers and their latitude and longitude coordinates are included below when available, along with their names, years of placement, and topics as recorded by the Historical Bureau. There are 8 historical markers located in Wabash County.[1]

Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Year placed Location Topics
Camp Wabash 1862-65[2] 1962 Northwestern corner of the junction of Chestnut and Columbus Streets along the Wabash River in Wabash
40°47′18.8″N 85°49′23″W / 40.788556°N 85.82306°W / 40.788556; -85.82306 (Camp Wabash 1862-65)
Military
First Electrically Lighted City[3] 1966 Southeastern portion of the Wabash County Courthouse lawn, along Wabash Street in Wabash
40°47′53″N 85°49′24″W / 40.79806°N 85.82333°W / 40.79806; -85.82333 (First Electrically Lighted City)
Science, Medicine, and Inventions
Frances Slocum[4] Frances Slocum's Grave - Somerset, Indiana - Stierch - A.jpg 1967 Entrance to the Frances Slocum Cemetery, near Mississinewa Lake at the junction of County Roads 650W and 900S, near Somerset
40°41′55″N 85°54′28″W / 40.69861°N 85.90778°W / 40.69861; -85.90778 (Frances Slocum)
American Indian/Native American, Women
Paradise Spring Treaty Ground[5] Wabash Indiana Paradise Springs Council Cabin.JPG 1992 Junction of Allen and Market Streets at the Paradise Spring Historical Park in Wabash
40°47′50″N 85°49′1″W / 40.79722°N 85.81694°W / 40.79722; -85.81694 (Paradise Spring Treaty Ground)
American Indian/Native American, Transportation
Miami Indian Mills[6] 1995 Junction of Mill and Jefferson Streets near the community center and the Lions Club in Richvalley
40°47′12″N 85°55′20″W / 40.78667°N 85.92222°W / 40.78667; -85.92222 (Miami Indian Mills)
Business, Industry, and Labor, American Indian/Native American
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church[7] Lagro Indiana St Patricks Cath Church 58.JPG 2000 Junction of Main and Harrison Streets in Lagro
40°50′11″N 85°43′48″W / 40.83639°N 85.73000°W / 40.83639; -85.73000 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church)
Religion, Immigration and Ethnic Groups, Buildings and Architecture, Business, Industry, and Labor
Brethren's Annual Meeting[8] 2006 Harter's Grove (Warvel Park), 108 W. 7th Street in North Manchester
41°0′21″N 85°46′18″W / 41.00583°N 85.77167°W / 41.00583; -85.77167 (Brethren's Annual Meeting)
Religion, Special Events
Thomas Riley Marshall[9] Thomas Riley Marshall headshot.jpg 2007 Next to the North Manchester Library (405 N. Market Street) in North Manchester
41°0′10″N 85°46′8″W / 41.00278°N 85.76889°W / 41.00278; -85.76889 (Thomas Riley Marshall)
Politics

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indiana Historical Markers by County". State of Indiana. Retrieved 2012-03-15. 
  2. ^ Camp Wabash 1862-65, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  3. ^ First Electrically Lighted City, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  4. ^ Frances Slocum, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  5. ^ Paradise Spring Treaty Ground, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  6. ^ Miami Indian Mills, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  7. ^ St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  8. ^ Brethren's Annual Meeting, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.
  9. ^ Thomas Riley Marshall, Indiana Historical Bureau, n.d. Accessed 2012-03-14.

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