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    • Eugene, Indiana, Vermillion County

    • City & town life; Cities & towns; Meat industry; Sugar industry; Ice industry; General stores; Schools; Churches; Groendyke, John, 1756-1824
    • Five typed pages describing Eugene, located in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Eugene was 157. Eugene was settled by the Groendyke and Collet families, and local residents worked for the meat packing industry. Other residents...
    • Clinton, Indiana

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Railroads; Industry; Brick industry; Coal mining; Lamps; Wheat; Carts & wagons; Shoe industry; Copper industry; Furniture industry; Forge shops; Wool industry; Coal; Grain elevators; Meat industry; Parks; Monuments...
    • Twelve typed pages describing Clinton, Indiana. The population of Clinton was 7,936. Residents listed include: DeWitt Clinton, Lewis P. Rodgers, L.O. Bishop, James Payne, Esquire Harrison, Orville White, Ren White, Florence White, James White,...
    • Vermillion County manufacturers

    • Business people; Industry; Furnaces; Metals; Hats; Leather goods; Distilling industries; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Flour & meal industry; Mills; Furniture industry; Shoe industry; Lumber industry; Machinery industry; Stone cutting;...
    • Four page chart listing types of manufacturers in Vermillion County, Indiana, number of employees, produced value, and labor cost, 1840-1930. Manufacturers include furnaces, metals, hats and caps, leather goods, distilleries, carriages and wagons,...
    • Newport, Vermillion Co. Seat

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Meat industry; General stores; Flour & meal industry; Fires; Post offices; Robberies; Churches; Grocery stores; Restaurants; Drugstores; Hardware stores; Undertaking; Barbershops; Hotels; Banks; Telephone...
    • Six typed pages describing Newport, the county seat of Vermillion County. The population of Newport was 777 and names mentioned in the report include: Daniel E. Jones, James A. Bell, B.J. Abbott, E.T. McMillan, J.L. Winters, Henry Watson, R.H....
    • Rivalry in the early days

    • Competition (Psychology); Meat industry; Public utility companies; Fighting;
    • One typed page describing the rivalry between men employeed at Indiana Furnace and men employeed in the pork packing industry, in Clinton, Indiana. Mr. T.L. Kibby was a reference.

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