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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Brookville, Indiana
Location of Brookville, Indiana
► Franklin County (56) ► Dearborn County (35) ► Decatur County (12) ► Fayette County (19) ► Ripley County (27) ► Rush County (8) ► Union County (10) ► Butler County, Ohio (107) ► Hamilton County, Ohio (228)
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Governor of Indiana,
1860 - - 1861.
Lived on this site as a boy
in the “old Yellow Tavern”
part of which was
a blockhouse erected 1808. — — Map (db m44705) HM|
|Site of Brookville College erected 1852 - - 1872. “Julia Dumont Society” founded here December 16th 1853. Original building purchased by Brookville and served as Public School 1873 - - 1912. Building razed 1912 and present . . . — — Map (db m44698) HM|
|Platted 1808 along Whitewater River, Brookville was an important entry point to interior lands opened to settlement. The district's concentration of well-preserved buildings reflects the city's continued prosperity. Brookville Historic District . . . — — Map (db m44697) HM|
| Did sightseeing, boating or fishing lure you to the park today? This large reservoir offers nine boat ramps, four marinas and two State Recreation Areas, plus campgrounds, beaches, picnic areas, playgrounds, hiking trails and fishing access for . . . — — Map (db m160991) HM|
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|Dedicated in 1912, starting with approximately 600 books; collections and services have expanded to meet needs of local patrons. One of 1, 679 libraries built in U.S. with funds from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Indiana built more Carnegie . . . — — Map (db m44694) HM|
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This grandstand built 1922 to seat 1, 000 and serve fans of new Brookville semi-pro team. Twenty box seats included to help pay for construction. Central platform included for community activities. Facility later used for youth . . . — — Map (db m44693) HM|
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The original monument on this site was erected by the Grand Army of The Republic and bore the following inscription: “I am dying, but I die for my Country” Gen. P. A. Hackleman was the only General from Indiana . . . — — Map (db m44901) WM|
|Built by John D. Howland circa 1856~1857. Later owned and occupied by John H. Farquhar, Merchant, Member of Congress; Aaron C. Miller, Merchant; John C. Hitt, Banker; Dr. John R. Goodwin, Banker, Civil War Surgeon, Paymaster in the Department of the . . . — — Map (db m94158) HM|
|One mile south is intersection of western boundary line of Treaty of Greenville, Ohio (1795) and Treaty of Grouseland, near Vincennes (1805), northeastern boundary line. By these treaties, Native American tribes ceded land to the United States . . . — — Map (db m66866) HM|
|Governor of Indiana, 1825 ~ 1831. Erected this house circa 1821 ~ 1822. Palladian window and transom fan~light considered "too aristocratic" by early Hoosiers. — — Map (db m94157) HM|
|Built in 1812, this is the oldest church building still on its original location in the state. Interior shows rifle openings in walls, a balcony and raised pulpit. Burial plot adjoins church. — — Map (db m44920) HM|
| First permanent Church in Brookville
was built by Methodists 1820.
It was occupied by
Methodists 1821 - 1839
Presbyterians 1839 - 1855
Lutherans 1855 - 1922
Baptists since 1953
Many Brookville early . . . — — Map (db m44699) HM|
|United Brethren among earliest settlers in eastern Indiana during territorial period. Original structure, built 1831, one of first United Brethren churches in Indiana. Evangelical United Brethren Church joined Methodist Church to become United . . . — — Map (db m66867) HM|
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Dedicated to those who have
received or will receive our
Nations Oldest Decoration
the Purple Heart
In honor and memory of all veterans
who served and died for Freedom.
Let them not be forgotten for they
have shown the World . . . — — Map (db m44692) WM|