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    • Steele home

    • Underground railroad -- Indiana -- Vigo County; Slavery; Slaves;
    • Two typed pages which talks some about the underground railroad and mentions the Steele home of Terre Haute as a stop on the underground railroad.
    • Wedding

    • Weddings; Horseback riding; Horses;
    • Two typed pages which talks about the wedding of Mitchell Branblet. The short article was taken from the Autobiography of James Crooks which was published in 100 in Terre Haute, Indiana by Morre and Langden Printing Company.
    • State institutions

    • Sanatoriums; Tuberculosis; Log cabins; Teenagers; Sick persons;
    • Two typed pages which talks about a log cabin which is located at the State Sanatorium in Parke County, Indiana. The cabin was intended for the use of young convalescent girls at the sanatorium.
    • See Tour 7

    • Parke County (Ind.); Homes & haunts; Military camps;
    • Two typed pages which take you on a tour which goes to Miss Mary Broderick's home and the location of the site where General Harrison's army camped when passing throught that area. Both are close to a place known as Armiesburg which no longer...
    • Turkey Run

    • Turkey Run State Park (Ind.); Chapels; Churches;
    • Two typed pages which relate the history of Lusk Chapel which is located in Turkey Run State Park. It was first built in 1858, burnt down during the Civil War by rebel deserters and rebuilt in 1862 and was an active church for many years after...
    • Centennial pageant

    • Centennial celebrations; Pageants; Parke County (Ind.); Historical pageants;
    • Two typed pages which gives the program for the pageant held during the centennial of Parke County, Indiana. It was presented on August 12, 1916 and was made up of five episodes.
    • Pioneer cabin

    • Parke County (Ind.);Frontier & pioneer life;Pioneers;Cabins
    • Two typed pages which describes how the cabins that pioneers built and how the pioneers lived. This page is taken from the conclusion of the Autobiography of James Crooks, Published by Moore and Langen Printing Company, Terre Haute, Indiana.
    • Antiques

    • Antiques;Clothes chests;Tableware
    • Two typed pages which describe some items belonging to Mr. and Mrs. John Jessup. The items described are: a walnut dresser, some Majolica ware, a milk white plate, a green bottle, a glass bread plate, a folding rocking chair and assorted other...
    • Antiques

    • Antiques;Clothing & dress;Shawls;Bonnets
    • Two typed pages which describe some antiques that belonged to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knoop. The items described are: a plaid shawl, wooden knitting needles, wooden knife box, German song book, and a black knit bonnet. The items all belonged originally...
    • Soap making

    • Parke County (Ind.);Household soap;Lye;Pioneers;Frontier & pioneer life
    • Two typed pages which describe how pioneers in Parke County, Indiana made lye for their soap using ashes which came from the wood they burnt as fuel for cooking and warmth. They then added the lye to meat by products and soap was made after a two...

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