( Engraved on Front ):
Dumont Post No. 18
1861 - - - 1865
We honor you for your
valiant service to our
Country, in time of War,
and in time of Peace.
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Number of enlistments, 3261.
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This historic building was built in 1896 in the Victorian Eclectic style and served as Shelbyville High School through 1911. The building is a contributing historic structure in two historic districts: The Westside Historic District and the . . . — — Map (db m127148) HM
Outstanding lawyer; member Indiana legislature; delegate, Second Constitutional Convention, 1850-1851; Indiana Congressman, 1851-1855; United States Senator, 1863-1869; Governor of Indiana, 1873-1877; and Vice-President of the United States, 1885. — — Map (db m63820) HM
Thomas A. Hendricks 1819- 1885
Hoosier Statesman, patriot and staunch defender of Constitutional Government, the Hendrick family moved to Shelby County in 1822 where Hendricks attended local schools. he graduated from Hanover College, 1841, was . . . — — Map (db m169396) HM
Side A After the War of 1812, the U.S.
renewed efforts to obtain Indian lands
in the Indiana Territory. In October
1818, the Miami, Potawatomi, Wea,
and Delaware nations under pressure
signed treaties with the U.S.
exchanging . . . — — Map (db m59598) HM
Wilbur Shaw was born in Shelbyville on October 31, 1902, and reared here. He went on to become one of the most iconic figures in all of American sports. A household name because of his racing exploits, he loved to talk about his first race here . . . — — Map (db m169310) HM