A transportation center, platted 1836 along the Whitewater River, the Cumberland/National Road, and the Whitewater Canal route. Four steam railroads served the town; interurban electric railroad opened 1903. Cambridge City Historic District listed . . . — — Map (db m63949) HM
Built by John Huddleston of bricks made on this farm. Located on the old National Road now U.S. Highway 40.
The house is typical of the architecture of the period.
Pioneers going west in covered wagons found food and shelter here. . . . — — Map (db m152014) HM
Indian Boundary Line
Twelve Mile Purchase
from the Indians by the
Fort Wayne Treaty
in 1809 by
Gov. William Henry Harrison
Placed by the
National Old Trails Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution . . . — — Map (db m120639) HM
One-quarter mile south of this marker is the home of General Solomon A. Meredith, Iron Brigade Commander at Gettysburg. Born in North Carolina, Meredith was an Indiana political leader and post-war Surveyor-General of Montana Territory. — — Map (db m4122) HM
Indiana's first art pottery, a nationally-recognized product of the American Arts and Crafts Movement, was produced 1911–1955 by the Overbeck sisters. Their 1930s Federal Style house, one block south, was listed in National Register of . . . — — Map (db m265) HM
As a writer, speaker, stockbreeder, and university professor, Meredith (born 1848) encouraged women to pursue education and careers related to farm life. She inherited Oakland Farm, three blocks south, 1882. Successfully grew business and . . . — — Map (db m120302) HM