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

Clickable Map of Kosciusko 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> Kosciusko County, IN (34) Elkhart County, IN (77) Fulton County, IN (16) Marshall County, IN (23) Noble County, IN (19) Wabash County, IN (37) Whitley County, IN (30)  KosciuskoCounty(34) Kosciusko County (34)  ElkhartCounty(77) Elkhart County (77)  FultonCounty(16) Fulton County (16)  MarshallCounty(23) Marshall County (23)  NobleCounty(19) Noble County (19)  WabashCounty(37) Wabash County (37)  WhitleyCounty(30) Whitley County (30)
Location of Syracuse, Indiana
    Kosciusko County (34)
    Elkhart County (77)
    Fulton County (16)
    Marshall County (23)
    Noble County (19)
    Wabash County (37)
    Whitley County (30)
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1Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — Crosson Park
Near N. Huntington Street (State Road 13) at W. Henry Street, on the right when traveling south.
This park was named for Samuel Crosson co-founder of Syracuse. In 1834, Samuel Crosson and Henry Ward built the first mill in the county on this site. The mill was destroyed by high water in 1837. The state constructed a cement dam in 1921. Eli . . . Map (db m73208) HM
2Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — 43.1962.2 — Indian Hill
On North Shore Drive 0.5 miles east of North Long Drive, on the right when traveling east.
Indians formerly wrapped their dead and secured them in the trees here. At the time of white settlement the wrappings were disintegrating and the bones were falling to the ground.Map (db m44937) HM
3Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — Last Tract of Land Owned by Miami
Near N. Long Drive south of E. Northshore Drive, on the right when traveling north.
1837—1937    One hundred years ago, the last tract of land owned by the Miami Indians, who inhabited this territory, was turned over to the government. All titles to land in this vicinity date back to 1837.    This stone commemorates . . . Map (db m72590) HM
4Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — 43.1962.1 — Papakeechie's Reserve
On Eli Lily Road 0.6 miles east of Warner Road, on the right when traveling east.
Eastbound Side: You are now entering Papakeechie's Reservation, 36 square miles. This Miami Chief, also known as Flat Belly, held this land from 1828 to 1834 when it was returned to the National Government. It was later owned by the Wabash . . . Map (db m44930) HM
5Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — Samuel CrossonB. 12 Feb. 1795     D. 28 April 1844
Near N. Mill Street at W. High Street. Reported missing.
Samuel Crosson and Henry Ward came to this area in July 1835 and established a grist mill and sawmill on Turkey Creek. They founded Syracuse 11 August 1837. Crosson died at the age of 49 years. The burial site of Henry Ward is unknown.Map (db m74874) HM
6Indiana (Kosciusko County), Syracuse — Syracuse CemeteryCemetery Heritage
On N. Mill Street at W. High Street, on the left when traveling north on N. Mill Street.
Syracuse Cemetery Established 1836 A Historic Cemetery Listed in Indiana's Cemetery and Burial Grounds Registry of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Installed 2011 Indiana Historical Bureau and Syracuse Cemetery . . . Map (db m73207) HM
May. 15, 2021