“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 Annapolis, Indiana

Clickable Map of Parke 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> Parke County, IN (41) Clay County, IN (4) Fountain County, IN (52) Montgomery County, IN (29) Putnam County, IN (33) Vermillion County, IN (15) Vigo County, IN (55)  ParkeCounty(41) Parke County (41)  ClayCounty(4) Clay County (4)  FountainCounty(52) Fountain County (52)  MontgomeryCounty(29) Montgomery County (29)  PutnamCounty(33) Putnam County (33)  VermillionCounty(15) Vermillion County (15)  VigoCounty(55) Vigo County (55)
Rockville is the county seat for Parke County
Annapolis is in Parke County
      Parke County (41)  
      Clay County (4)  
      Fountain County (52)  
      Montgomery County (29)  
      Putnam County (33)  
      Vermillion County (15)  
      Vigo County (55)  
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1Indiana (Parke County), Annapolis — 61.1966.4 — Boyhood home of J. G. "Uncle Joe" Cannon. — " Smoking Joe" Cannon — Annapolis Indiana —
On County Road N 50 W south of Apple Street, on the left when traveling south.
From about 1835 to 1880 Annapolis was a thriving town with many factories, stores, and potteries.Map (db m30377) HM
2Indiana (Parke County), Annapolis — Jungle Park
On U.S. 41, 0.5 miles north of Rolling Creek Road (County Road 277), on the right when traveling north.
Few race tracks in America possessed the renown, mystique, and sense of awe as Jungle Park Speedway. Carved from the dense Indiana woods in 1926, by Earl Padgett, the half mile track soon became a hotbed for Midwest racing, attracting . . . Map (db m161462) HM
3Indiana (Parke County), Annapolis — Wilkins Mill Covered Bridge — 1906 — Indiana's Historic Pike County, The Covered Bridge Category —
On Cox Ford Road, 0.2 miles U.S. 41, on the left when traveling east.
Burr Arch construction by Wm. Hendricks. 102' in length, crosses Sugar Mill Creek and was named for a mill that formerly stood nearby.Map (db m159708) HM
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Jul. 4, 2022