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1.
(Calvin Fletcher); edited by Gayle Thornbrough, Dorothy L. Riker and Paula Corpuz.  
The Diary of Calvin Fletcher (Volume 1 only).

Publisher: Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1972..
1st edition Hardback. Octavo, Gray cloth with gilt stamped spine title on red field. Barely showing a bit of extremity wear and a corner bump. Volume 1 only of a nine volume set, this one covers the years 1817-1838, his first years in Indianapolis. Thorough account of daily life of a man born in Vermont at the end of the 18th century and moved west through Ohio, settling in Indianapolis, and dying after the Civil War. A lawyer, banker and farmer, his diary is that of a successful and locally important man, but not one directly involved in important events of the day. Hardcover Hardcover Near fine, issued without jacket

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[Author Unknown]  
Pamietnik Towarzystwa Gimnastycznego Sokol Polski Im. Mieczyslawa Romanowskiego, Gniazda Nr. 4, Zwiazku Sokolow Polskich W Ameryce, Dwudziestej Piatej Rocznicy : Souvenir of the Polish Falcons, South Bend, Indiana, 25th

Publisher: Gimnastycznego Sokol Polski; South Bend, Ind: 1919.
Very Good Softcover 36 pages; 4to (10") 26 cm; POLISH text throughout. Stiff gray covers, black lettering, 4 b/w photos, list of members, list of officers, financial reports, etc, several local ads, a few in English and Polish. Glossy throughout. Appears to be history of an opera company made up of Polish American immigrants. ; Printed in South Bend, Indiana by Drukiem Gonca Polskiego. ; Name (Stanley Niedbalski) chalked inside front cover. Otherwise little wear. Quite scarce. ; Laid in: 2 copies of Polish South Bend opera programme, Sylvia, Wystawia Tow Choru sw Jadwigi w Niedziele, 4go Stycznia, 1920, with two singer's names (Julian and Stanislaw Niedbalski) circled.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume 19, Number 3; March 1942)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1942 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 41-124. Book is in VERY GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XI, Number 5; February 1934)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1934 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 77-138. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XI, Number 8; May 1934)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1934 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Southwestern Indiana Historical Society, 1929-1933; Standards and Subjects of Historical Work by John E. Inglehart. Pages 261-311. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XII, Number 5; February 1935)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1935 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: G. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 81-184. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume 13, Number 2; February 1936)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1936 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 20-112. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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8.
Baker, Ronald L; Marvin Carmony  
INDIANA PLACE NAMES.
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Publisher: Bloomington: Indiana University Press (1975), 4th printing..
ISBN: 9780253283405 A collection of selected place names of "Indiana counties, cities, towns, villages, and many streams and lakes. It includes four kinds of data: historical, linguistic, geographic, and legendary", cross referenced with alternate names. 196p; 24cm. Bibliography, Pronunciation Informants. 366g. Very Good (front cover edge lightly stained, covers slightly open, gift inscription half-title). Softcover. Book condition: Very Good.

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9.
Bartlett, Charles H., and Richard H. Lyon Illustrated by: Illustrated by Arthur Thomas  
La Salle in the Valley of the St. Joseph : An Historical Fragment (Indiana History)

Publisher: Tribune Printing Company; South Bend, Ind: 1899.
Very Good with no dust jacket First Edition Hardcover 119 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Hardcover, dark red cloth, gilt lettering and decor, footnotes, small b/w map of South Bend, St. Joseph county, Indiana, and adjoining townships, 20 b/w photos and illustrations with captions. Glossy throughout. ; 'Compliments of Tribune Printing Company, South Bend, Indiana' printed on a slip bound in, as issued. ; A small but impressive book that chronicles the Indiana-area exploits of Robert de La Salle (1643-1687) who explored the Great Lakes, traveled up the St. Joseph (Miami) River and the Illinois River, portaged at South Bend, built a fort at Peoria, etc. ; Cloth has several small spots. Top edge darkened. Spine lettering dull but readable. No interior marks or writing. Binding tight and square.

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10.
Boomhower, Ray E. Illustrated by: Illustrated by Darryl Jones  
Destination Indiana : Travels through Hoosier History, Distributed for the Indiana Historical Society

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society; Indianapolis: 2000.
As New in As New dust jacket Hardcover ISBN: 0871951479 205 pages; square (11.5") 30 cm; Large square red cloth hardcover with jacket. ; Photos by Darryl Jones. ; Perfect, pristine, never read, still in original shrinkwrap. ; Photographs

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11.
Burns, Lee  
Early Architects and Builders of Indiana
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Society, 1935 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Indiana Historical Society Publications, Volume 11, Number 3. "When the territory west of the Allegheny Mountains was being developed, during the first half of the nineteenth century, it was but natural for carpenters and builders in the new settlements to sue much the same types of design and methods of construction as had been used in the eastern states from which most of them had come. The architectural forms with which they were familiar were those that had been used when these states were English colonies, and when the designs of buildings in America were greatly influenced by contemporary work in England, an influence that continued long after the War of Independence.." Illustrated with black-and-white photographic plates. Pages 177 - 215. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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12.
Dunn, Jacob Platt.  
True Indian Stories with Glossary of Indiana Indian Place Names.

Publisher: Indianapolis: Sentinel Printing Co, 1909..
First Edition 12mo, about 7.5 inches tall, in red cloth, spine title in gilt. 320 pages illustrated by photographs, maps, drawings. A collection of pioneer era stories primarily from the area around Fort Wayne Indiana. The author's historical scholarship is well regarded (see Howes, D575 for favorable comment on an earlier book, "Massacres of the Mountains"). A bright, sound copy with a few minor flaws: endpapers a bit soiled; light edge and extremity wear; spine slightly sunned and head a little frayed. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good

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13.
Edgell, Scott A.  
Sketches of Lake Wawasee.

Publisher: Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society..
First Edition Small quarto, 10.25 inches (26 cm) tall, in green and blue cloth decorated in gilt. 94 pages with photographs from various sources. A memoir about the author's time growing up on Lake Wawasee in Northern Indiana The book is sound and mildly worn. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good

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14.
Eisan, Frances K.  
RIVER VILLAGE : GATEWAY TO THE WEST.

Publisher: Milliner Printing Company, Wabash, Indiana: 1976.
Paperback. Very Good. Stapled light blue wraps, oversize, 32 pp. Book is in very good shape, clean and presentable, with a solid binding; books is browned/yellowed along edges.

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15.
Goodspeed Bros. & Co.  
The History of Green and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana, from the Earliest Time to the Present; Together with Interesting Biographical Sketches, Reminiscences, Notes, Etc.

Publisher: Evansville IN: Unigraphic Inc., 1975..
Facsimile Reprint A facsimile reprint of the 1884 edition published in Chicago by Goodspeed. Octavo, about 9.5 inches tall, in gilt stamped green buckram. 824 pages plus a 40 page index and 9 pages listing the rosters of Civil War soldiers from Sullivan County. Bright, clean and soundly bound with a hint of extremity wear. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine

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16.
Goodspeed, Weston A.; Charles Blanchard.  
County of Porter and Lake Indiana: Historical and Biographical - Illustrated.

Publisher: Evansville IN: Unigraphic, No date ca. 1975..
Facsimile Reprint This is a facsimile of the 1882 edition published by F.A. Battey in Chicago. Thick octavo, about 9.5 inches tall, in burgundy buckram. 711 pages plus one page advertising. Illustrated by a few well produced facsimile portrait photos. A clean, bright, soundly bound copy with a touch of extremity wear and a previous owner name on the front endpaper and an address stamp of the same owner on first blank. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+

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17.
Hatcher, Sadie BacoN  
A History of Spiceland Academy, 1826-1921
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Society, 1934 Indianapolis, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Indiana Historical Society Publications, Volume 11, Number 2. "Any one at all familiar with the history of education in Indiana knows that private academies dominated secondary education during a large part of the last half of the nineteenth century, the time between the closing of the county seminaries and the thorough establishment of the public high schools; but very little specific information is available for the public relative to the extent of the academy movement, the exact nature of the individual schools, or the contribution that they have made to education. A few incomplete historical sketches of individual institutions, a brief discussion in Boone's History of Education in Indiana and a few short magazine articles, constitute the bulk of the organized published information. Details regarding organization, administration, curriculum, textbooks, methods, teachers, students, and student life are scattered through numerous catalogues, reports, local histories, and old newspapers. This lack of available specific information is itself evidence of need for further study of these schools. Additional evidence of need is found in the fact that the recently completed national survey of secondary education omits the historical phase because of the lack of information about the academies. To supply this deficiency the National Committee of Research in Secondary Education is engaged in locating historical studies already completed in the field of secondary education and in encouraging students of education to make similar studies. Two types of work are needed, namely, histories of individual institutions, and comprehensive group studies showing a cross section of hundreds of academies to reveal the prevailing characteristics of the academy movement in general. This history of Spiceland Academy makes its contribution as a study of the first type. Its organization, presentation, and sources of information may well serve as a guide for histories of other academies. Approximately one-third of the private academies in Indiana were conducted by religious denominations. No religious group excelled the Friends (Quakers) in organization and administration of their schools. Mrs. Hatcher is fortunate in her selection of this particular institution since it is typical of the better class and its history spans approximately the entire period of the academy in Indiana. The information here presented should aid in giving these schools credit comparable to the educational contribution that they have made." Pages 101-174. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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18.
Karst, Frederick  
Potato Creek : From Pioneer Mill Stream to Gentle Lake (Indiana History)

Publisher: Frederick Karst; South Bend, Ind: 1980.
Very Good+ Softcover 16 pages; 8vo (8.75") 23 cm; Softcover, pale yellow stiff covers, fold-and-staple binding, 16 pages, 21 b/w photos and illustrations, including covers. ; History of creek in South Bend, Indiana, used by pioneers to feed mill built by William Schrader, play host to German Baptist baptisms, wash past the Rea elementary school, power gristmills and sawmills, and finally be dammed to become part of a hotly-contested public park in 1970.; Lower tip lightly bumped, with faint creases resulting. No other defects.

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19.
Lindley, Harlow, editor.  
The Indiana Centennial, 1916.

Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Commission, 1919. 'Indiana Historical Collections'.
A Record of the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of Indiana's Admission to Statehood. Contents include The Beginnings of the State; Report of the Commission's Activities; Celebrations; Admission Day Exercises, December 11, 1916; Centennial Addresses by Governor Samuel M. Ralston. 441 p., index, 18 plates; 23 cm.; green cloth covers, spine stamped in gold; spine faded, covers a bit spotted, internally clean, VG. 28897

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20.
Lynch, William O. (ed)  
Indiana Magazine of History (Volume XXXII, Number 3; September, 1936).
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Publisher: The Department of History, Indiana University, 1936 Bloomington, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 4to - over 9 - 12" tall Articles in this issue include: James Whitcomb Riley; John W. Foster, Soldier and Politician; Octave Chanute: Pioneer Glider and Father of the Science of Aviation; James Woodburn: Hoosier Schoolmaster; Judge Horace P. Biddle; A Search After Truth; Regular features of the publication. Pages 189-318. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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21.
Lynch, William O. (ed)  
Indiana Magazine of History (Volume XXXII, Number 4; December, 1936)
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Publisher: The Department of History, Indiana University, 1936 Bloomington, IN.
Book. Book condition: Good. Hardcover 4to - over 9 - 12" tall Articles in this issue include:Water-Powered Mills of Flat Rock River; New Indiana Archival Documents; Jennings County in the Frontier Period; The Century-Old Wright Home; Legend of Cedar Isle; Regular features. Pages 319-448. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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22.
Lyons, Joan Praed; Sandra Brock Cline, Editors.  
Zionsville: The First One Hundred Years (Indiana) [Signed].

Publisher: Zionsville IN: Cline Publishing Co., 1988..
First Edition Small quarto, 10.25 inches (26 cm) tall, in gilt decorated green cloth. 176 pages. SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHORS. A history of the town of Zionsville, Indiana, from its beginnings to 1952. The book is sound and unworn. Probably published without a dustjacket. Hardcover Hardcover Fine

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23.
Madison, James H.  
A LYNCHING IN THE HEARTLAND: RACE AND MEMORY IN AMERICA.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, New York: 2001.
Hardcover. Near Fine, Dust Jacket Near Fine. 0312239025 Red paper-covered boards, 195 pages, index. This book is in excellent shape, clean & bright, with sharp corners and a tight binding. Dust Jacket spine very lightly sun-faded, but otherwise bright, now protected in a mylar cover.

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24.
Montgomery, M. W  
History of Jay County, Indiana : 1864 Edition

Publisher: Church, Goodman & Cushing; Chicago: 1864.
Poor with no dust jacket Hardcover 288 pages; 12mo (7") 19 cm; Hardcover. Original full brown cloth, small fold-out map, 3 b/w illustrations. ; Includes chapters on Underground Railroad, Farmers ' Academy, Liber College, and Limberlost Church, Presbyterian, with small b/w illustrations, and of Rev. Isaac N. Taylor, and 19th, 34th, 39th, 69th, 75th, 89th, 100th, 130th, 134th, 139th Volunteers, 7th and 11th Cavaly (of Jay County) and and 40th Ohio in Civil War. ; Early Indiana history. Settlers include: Peter Studabaker, John J and Nancy Hawkins, George Tucker, Thomas Shaylor, Sarah Riddley, John Eblin, John and Elizabeth Pingry, Joseph Flesher, Colonel Christopher Hanna, Henderson Graves, Abraham Lotz, Theophilus Wilson, many more. Laid in are: 1) Primitive map showing locations of New Corydon and Decatur, Indiana, with name Samuel Grissell marked in. 2) Three small sheets of paper with notes on Smith and Shafer family history. ; Extremely POOR condition. Boards heavily worn. Title page missing. Backstrip missing, front hinge broken. Closed edge tears to three leaves. Book foxed and stained throughout, map worn and creased, but everything present and quite readable. Old pencil scribbles on endpapers. Old pencil margin arrow pg 116 to William Siberry, noted 'grandmother's people'; arrow pg 153 to postmaster John A. Smith, 'grandfather'. Sold as is.

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25.
Peat, Wilbur D.  
INDIANA HOUSES OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society, 1962.
Hardcover. Good+. Quarto, two-tone brown cloth with gilt device, 195 pages, many photo illustrations. This book is in good shape overall; light musty odor, still a good, tight copy.

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26.
Phillips, Clifton Jackson  
Indiana in Transition : The Emergence of an Industrial Commonwealth 1880-1920

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society; Indianapolis: 1968.
Good+ Softcover 674 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Ex-Library; Softcover, manila covers, footnotes, 13 small maps, 17 b/w photos and illustrations on glossy plates. ; Published under auspices, Indiana Historical Bureau. Vol-4 of a projected 5-vol series. Massive and highly detailed work that encompasses politics, agriculture, transportation, industry, urbanization, education, religion, more. ; Covers worn and spotted, sticker scar on upper front. Library pocket on rear page, and library marks to half title and title page. No other marks. Binding tight. ; History of Indiana Series; Vol. 4

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27.
Thompson, Donald E. (editor).  
INDIANA AUTHORS AND THEIR BOOKS, 1917-1966.

Publisher: Wabash College, Crawford, IN: 1974.
Hardcover. Very Good. 1st edition, quarto, orange cloth, 688 pages. The book is in very good shape, clean & bright, with a tight binding. Spine lightly sunned, light scuff marks on rear board.

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28.
Turner Publishing [Compiler]  
Parke County, Indiana: History and Families, 1821-1989
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Publisher: Turner 1989-01-01.
Condition: Good+. Hardcover. ISBN: 0938021338. GOOD+. Green cloth boards with gilt embossed cover decoration, approx. 8.5'' x 11'', very light shelf wear, small bumps to corners.

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29.
Wetnight, John Reed.  
Shelby County Riled Up! [Indiana].

Publisher: Shelbyville IN: Tippecanoe Press, 1971..
First Edition Small hardback quarto, about 10.5 inches tall, in red-orange cloth decorated in gilt. 166 pages illustrated by line drawings. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON THE TITLE PAGE WITH A PERSONALIZED INSCRIPTION. A well produced local history coverning the Civil War and the late 19th century political activity in this usually Democratic stronghold. A clean and bright copy with the lightest of wear to the tips and a slight bow top to bottom. Hardcover Hardcover Very good

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30.
Young, Andrew W.  
History of Wayne County 1872
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Publisher: Eastern Indiana Publishing 1967.
Condition: Good. Hardcover. GOOD. *1967 reprint of the original Robert Clarke & Co. 1872 print. Green cloth boards, bagged for protection, ink annotations to interior boards and end pages, shelf wear.

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