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Indiana (Orange County), French Lick — French Lick - Historic Hotels of America
Historic Hotels of America Nation Trust for Historic Preservation Second Plaque This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. — Map (db m9917) HM
Indiana (Orange County), French Lick — Site of The French Lick Fort
This hotel stands on the site of the French Lick Fort maintained as a Government Station - as a protection from Indians until about 1815. — Map (db m11780) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — Freeman Corner
Thomas Freeman surveyed the Vincennes Tract 1802-1803. The northeast corner of this tract is located 839 ft. N. and 48 ft. E. Placed by Lost River Chapter D.A.R. 1935. — Map (db m74118) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — 59.1966.1 — Freeman's Corner — (250 feet east)
This point marks the junction of three important Indian land cessions.      Treaty of Fort Wayne, 1803      Treaty of Grouseland, 1805      Treaty of Fort Wayne, 1809 The corner was established by Surveyor Thomas Freeman in 1803. — Map (db m74119) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — Orleans Area War Memorial — Veterans of All Wars
Dedicated to those who served (Leftmost Panel of Brick Memorials) First Column: Grant C. Cornwell - (USAAC - S/SGT) - (2-1942 to 10-1945) -•- Lester R. Cornwell - (USN - GM3/C) - (8-1944 to 2-1946) -•- Leland W. Cornwell - (USA - CPL) - (7-1942 to 2-1946) -•- Roger L. Cornwell - (USN - BM 1/C) - (6-1943 to 4-1946) -•- Ralph L. Cornwell - (USAF - AMN 1/C) - (10-1952 to 8-1956) -•- Marvin E. Cornwell - (USAF - S/SGT) - (10-1951 to 8-1957) -•- Floyd L. Cornwell - (USA - PFC) - . . . — Map (db m22392) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — 59.2004.1 — Orleans Congress Square
Side A: Orleans was platted March 11, 1815. This town square, called Congress Square, was part of the plat. Orleans Academy was built here 1866, in operation by 1867. In 1870s, the Academy was purchased, and its building was made part of the public schools. The building remained in use until razed October 7, 1963. After 1963, a park was built here. Side B: Orleans Town Park was rededicated June 7, 2001 as part of a downtown revitalization. The restored bandstand . . . — Map (db m22064) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — Orleans School Bell — Bell "Rang" for 101 Years
This bell rung in the Orleans Academy building when built in 1864, remained in the enlarged public school building until it was razed in 1965. — Map (db m22095) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Orleans — Orleans War Memorial
(East Side) Dedicated in honor of those who gave their lives in the service of their country that we might live in freedom (North Side) World War I Warren J. Brock • Wesley Edwards • Everett M. Finkbiner • Leopal Ford • Claude Sears (South Side) World War II Kenneth B. Clements • William E. Goins • Nelson V. Hall • Lev Hamer • Esco F. King • Howard F. Kirby • James W. Kirby • Max L. Matthew • Edwin . . . — Map (db m22315) WM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — Indiana Initial Point Memorial
Commemorating our Native Indians, our forefathers who planned and put into effect our Public Land System, the U.S. Deputy Public land Surveyors and our early prominent land surveyors ( Center are the plotted Survey Plaques ) Contributing sponsors to Indiana Historical Landmarks, Inc. Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors Orange County Pivot Point Association Indiana County Surveyors Association ( Two “Keys” to the survey ) [[ Plaque ‘One’ . . . — Map (db m47662) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — Orange County Civil War Memorial
1903 Presented by the Government to Williamson Post No. 364, G. A. R., and by the Post to Orange County, in Memory of Her Soldiers of 1861 - - - 1865 — Map (db m47424) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — Orange County Courthouse
The Orange County Courthouse circa 1850 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of The Interior 1975 — Map (db m47451) HM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — Orange County Honor Roll
( Across Top of Memorial ) Honor Roll of the Silent Ones Who fought for God and Country ( Center Panel ) * * * 1917 - - World War I - - 1918 * * * (Row One) - - Alvis Apple • William A. Beaty • Walter Benson • Roscoe Bledsoe • William S. Bowling • Warren Brock • Clarence Busick • Ross Carnes • Banks Claxton • Weaver Crecelius • Wesley Edwards • Gilbert Elliott • Everett M. Finkbiner • Oscar L. Ford • Carl Feguson (Row Two) - - Ernest E. Gahan • Harry . . . — Map (db m47489) WM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — Orange County Revolutionary War Honor Roll / — Pioneer Mill Stones
( Bronze Plaque ) Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Orange County. (Row One) - - Thomas Atkinson • Joseph Bolling • William Case • William Chandler • Ephraim Dailey • George Duncan • Robert Hall • George Henton • William Irvine • David Lewis • Jonathan Lindley • Alexander McKinney • David McKinney • Samuel Moffitt (Row Two) - - William Moore • James Murphy • Joshua Nichols • James Pinnick • David Reed • Joshua Reed • John Riely • James Shields • Henry . . . — Map (db m47409) WM
Indiana (Orange County), Paoli — 59.1961.1 — Pivot Point
600 yards west, intersection of the baseline and the second principal meridian, the lines fixed in 1805 by Ebenezer Buckingham, to govern land survey in Indiana under the Ordinance of 1785. — Map (db m47345) HM
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