“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pulaski County, Indiana

Clickable Map of Pulaski County, Indiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Pulaski County, IN (8) Cass County, IN (10) Fulton County, IN (17) Jasper County, IN (16) Marshall County, IN (27) Starke County, IN (7) White County, IN (10)  PulaskiCounty(8) Pulaski County (8)  CassCounty(10) Cass County (10)  FultonCounty(17) Fulton County (17)  JasperCounty(16) Jasper County (16)  MarshallCounty(27) Marshall County (27)  StarkeCounty(7) Starke County (7)  WhiteCounty(10) White County (10)
Winamac is the county seat for Pulaski County
Adjacent to Pulaski County, Indiana
      Cass County (10)  
      Fulton County (17)  
      Jasper County (16)  
      Marshall County (27)  
      Starke County (7)  
      White County (10)  
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1 Indiana, Pulaski County, Francesville — 66.1988.1 — First Indiana Natural Gas Well
One mile southwest of this marker gas was discovered in 1867 by G. Bates while drilling for oil at a depth of 500 feet. Gas wells were drilled in 1887-1888; gas piped into Francesville lasted only four years.Map (db m42661) HM
2 Indiana, Pulaski County, Francesville — Historic White Post
Near this site (on West Central school property) on the edge of the old Metamonong Swamp, was White Post, early trading post and stop for the Lafayette-Michigan City stage coach. The county's first post office, established here May 1, 1838, was . . . Map (db m210347) HM
3 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — "Panhandle" Freight House
This building was erected c. 1862 by Elias Peck to serve as a depot for the Chicago & Great Eastern Railway. After 1883 it became a freight station for the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad. It also housed the Railway Express . . . Map (db m201390) HM
4 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — Indiana's Fire Towers
This fire tower was part of a network of towers that once protected Indiana. In 1930, Indiana began constructing a series of fire towers with the goal of having no visibility gap. By 1952, Indiana had 33 towers, most of them in the southern . . . Map (db m71666) HM
5 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — Pulaski CountyOrganized May 1839 Reported missing
Named in honor of American Revolutionary War hero from Poland, Count Casimir Pulaski, general under George Washington. Pulaski (killed during the siege of Savannah in 1779) fought and gave his life for the cause of American independence.Map (db m42683) HM
6 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — Pulaski County Honor Roll Memorial
In Honored Memory of our Heroes who Gave their Lives ( Middle Section ) ( Top ) This memorial dedicated to all the men and women of Pulaski County who served their country in World Wars I and II and forever honoring . . . Map (db m42758) WM
7 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — The Teacher
The Teacher, by sculptor Casey Eskridge, honors the native Potawatomi and Miami tribes who fished the Tippecanoe River. This bronze was sponsored by the Pulaski County Historical Society and funded through the Pulaski County Community Foundation. . . . Map (db m42684) HM
8 Indiana, Pulaski County, Winamac — U.S. Civil War Honor Roll
U. S. Civil War 1861 - - 1865 From 1861 - 1865, Pulaski County men served the Union in the Civil War. Serving primarily in Co. B, 87th and Co. H, 46th Infantry Regiments of Indiana Volunteers, these soldiers valiantly gave their . . . Map (db m42691) WM
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Dec. 6, 2023