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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Spring Mill Village, Indiana
Location of Spring Mill Village, Indiana
► Lawrence County (26) ► Greene County (5) ► Jackson County (17) ► Martin County (4) ► Monroe County (14) ► Orange County (14) ► Washington County (14)
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|Site of the Amzi Munson Residence. Cabin of Andrew Todd. Used in Restoration. Built 1830. Restored 1929. — — Map (db m163035) HM|
|"Created in early 1933, the CCC was an effort by President Franklin Roosevelt to combine the national need for employment with the preservation of natural and historical resources. From May, 1933 until 1942, CCC boys restored village cabins, built . . . — — Map (db m163025) HM|
|Hat Factory of John Lindsey. Present structure was home of Young Edwards. Built 1816. Restored 1930. — — Map (db m163040) HM|
our parks and preserves are not mere picnicking
places. They are rich storehouses of memories and
reveries. They are a solace to the aged and an
inspiration to the young.
Richard Lieber, Founder
Indiana State . . . — — Map (db m163028) HM
Honoring a century of conservation and outdoor recreation. Celebrating unique, cherished places where future generations can experience nature and history.
Spring Mill established 1927
"I hope and trust that the small beginning . . . — — Map (db m163030) HM|
On June 19, 1928 the Lehigh Portland Cement Company donated the area known as Hammer Mill Land to the state of Indiana for its natural beauty and scenic
characteristics, to be used for the preservation and use as a state park
This . . . — — Map (db m163045) HM|
|Site of Montgomery Tavern. Pioneer home of Timothy Murray. Used in restoration. Built 1824. Restored 1929. — — Map (db m163039) HM|
|A Pioneer Home
Raised April 14, 1824
Restored 1931 — — Map (db m163034) HM|
The Hamer Cemetery represents the customs and beliefs of 1800s frontier Hoosiers.
The Hamer Cemetery began out of immediate need when a traveler died in the night near this location. Mill owner Hugh Hamer instructed his carpenters to build a . . . — — Map (db m163047) HM|
|You are standing on
Trail, an historic
From this point, the
trail curves to the
right into the woods.
Stagecoaches stopped here on their way between New Albany
and Terre Haute.
Stagecoaches had to stop . . . — — Map (db m163037) HM|