“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Cass County Indiana Historical Markers

Korean Conflict Honor Roll image, Touch for more information
By Courtesy:: Carly C. Kindig, September 5, 2010
Korean Conflict Honor Roll
Indiana (Cass County), Logansport — Clock TowerIn Honor of the Military Veterans
( Clock Tower - Plaque ) This tower was erected in honor of the military veterans of Cass County. The clock and bell were salvaged from the old Cass County Court House, originally built in 1844, subsequently added to in 1888, and finally . . . — Map (db m35574) WM
Indiana (Cass County), Logansport — Early Masonic Temple
Site of first Masonic Temple in northern Indiana. Of brick construction, cornerstone of two-story building was laid 1829 by General John Tipton, P.G.M.,completed 1837. Ground floor used for school purposes many years. Razed 1895. — Map (db m35489) HM
Indiana (Cass County), Logansport — Potawatomi Encampment — Trail of Death —
On this site in the Fall of 1838 they celebrated a Mass, received aid for the sick, and buried their dead. — Map (db m35398) HM
Indiana (Cass County), Logansport — W. W. I War Memorial - Cass County Indiana
( Front Section ) This memorial erected by Gold Star American War Mothers of Cass County Ind. To commemorate the valor of those who made the Supreme Sacrifice During the World War ( Right Section ) CPL. Frederick C. . . . — Map (db m35537) WM
Indiana (Cass County), Logansport — 09.1966.1 — Wabash & Erie Canal
Trade and emigration route from Lake Erie to Evansville. Completed through Logansport 1840. Followed Erie Avenue and 5th Street, crossing Eel River by wooden aqueduct. Abandoned about 1876. — Map (db m35409) HM

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