“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Edinburgh, Indiana

Clickable Map of Johnson 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> Johnson County, IN (39) Bartholomew County, IN (17) Brown County, IN (10) Marion County, IN (246) Morgan County, IN (11) Shelby County, IN (8)  JohnsonCounty(39) Johnson County (39)  BartholomewCounty(17) Bartholomew County (17)  BrownCounty(10) Brown County (10)  MarionCounty(246) Marion County (246)  MorganCounty(11) Morgan County (11)  ShelbyCounty(8) Shelby County (8)
Franklin is the county seat for Johnson County
Edinburgh is in Johnson County
      Johnson County (39)  
      Bartholomew County (17)  
      Brown County (10)  
      Marion County (246)  
      Morgan County (11)  
      Shelby County (8)  
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1Indiana, Johnson County, Edinburgh — Edinburg
On South Main Street just south of West Main Cross Street, on the left when traveling south.
Laid out in 1822, Edinburg was first town in Johnson County. In 1976 known as the Black Walnut Veneer Capital of the World. Alexander Thompson and Louis Bishop proprietors of town with additions of once by Isaac Collier, William Hunt, John . . . Map (db m145855) HM
2Indiana, Johnson County, Edinburgh — Historical Blue River Township
On U.S. 31 north of East Square 252 (State Road 252), on the right when traveling north.
Surveyed August 1820 by John Hendricks; Berry Trail, 1819; John Campbell Cabin, Edinburg, 1820; Elisha Adams Cabin, Amity, 1821; Mauxferry Road, 1823; Freeman Cemetery, 1823; Thompson Mills, 1825-1957; Hamner School and Cemetery, Amity, 1826; . . . Map (db m66817) HM
3Indiana, Johnson County, Edinburgh — Thompson Mill
On Eisenhower Drive (State Road 252) at West River Road (a.k.a.: West Center Cross Street) (State Road 252), on the right when traveling east on Eisenhower Drive.
- - - - 1826 - - - - Built by James Thompson and Isaac Collier. 1850 - Thompson erected larger four-story brick mill. All flour used by Union Army during Civil War ground here. After a fire in 1872, John A. . . . Map (db m66784) HM
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Mar. 26, 2023