On North Rainsville Road south of State Road 26, on the left when traveling south.
A Historic Cemetery Listed in
Indiana’s Cemetery and Burial Grounds
Registry of the Indiana Department of
Installed 2006 Indiana Historical Bureau
and . . . — — Map (db m60273) HM
On South Main Street (State Road 55) south of Boyer Street, on the right when traveling south.
Local team was important Indiana precursor to modern professional football organizations. Clinton Beckett introduced football to Pine Village High School 1898. Town and high school teams played on bottomland, northwest of here, . . . — — Map (db m8559) HM
On East Woodard Street at Main Street, on the right when traveling east on East Woodard Street.
Abraham Lincoln made his only speech in Warren
County, Indiana near this
spot Feb. 11, 1861.“Gentlemen of Indiana: I am happy to meet you on this occasion, and enter again the state of my early life, and almost of maturity. I am under . . . — — Map (db m5490) HM
On South 900 West, 0.5 miles north of West 950 South, on the right when traveling north.
Wm. Henry Harrison's army camped one mile southwest of here at the Old Gopher Hill Cemetery Nov. 3, 1811 and Nov. 11, 1811 in route to and from the Battle of Tippecanoe. Several soldiers injured during the battle were buried there. — — Map (db m177430) HM
On County Road S 900 W north of County Road W 950 S, on the right when traveling north.
On September 15, 1838, about 860 Potawatomi Indians camped near here on the forced removal from Indiana to Kansas. They had to camp by a dirty stream. Two small children who died on the trek from Williamsport were buried at this camp. — — Map (db m32495) HM
On County Road S775W north of State Road 28, on the right when traveling north.
Nov. 3, 1811
Camped on the West side of this grove near a spring, on his way to Tippecanoe. On his return trip he again camped here and buried two soldiers who had been wounded at The Battle of Tippecanoe. — — Map (db m41401) HM
On East Independence Road near North 800 East, on the right when traveling east.
In 1838 a band of over 800 Potawatomi Indians were forcibly removed from their homeland in Northern Indiana and marched to Eastern Kansas. Many died along the trail during the two month trek. This mournful caravan traveled this road on September 14, . . . — — Map (db m9307) HM
On Main Street at South 2nd Street, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
About 850 Potawatomi Indians camped here near Williamsport September 14, 1838. Two deaths occurred in the evening. Three chiefs were transported in a jail wagon because they refused to leave their beloved homeland in Indiana. — — Map (db m32620) HM
On North Monroe Street south of West 2nd Street (State Road 28), on the left when traveling south.
This monument is dedicated to those
Patriots laid to rest in Warren County
Indiana whose Service and Sacrifice
helped form our Nation during the
( Row One )
Humphrey Beckett ▫ Richard Biddlecomb . . . — — Map (db m60173) WM
On East Second Street (State Road 28) east of North Monroe Street, on the right when traveling east.
Williamsport, Warren County Seat, was home, 1879 - 1896, of James Frank Hanly, Governor of Indiana,
1905 - 1909. The courthouse, built 1907, was designed by J. W. Royer, Urbana, Illinois. Warren County was established 1827. — — Map (db m7951) HM