Saturday, February 27, 2016

A Visit to Vincennes, Indiana

A Visit to, Vincennes, IndianaVincennes, Indiana is steeped in Indiana history. The French established a trading post where the Buffalo Trace crossed the Wabash River in 1732.
During the Revolutionary War, Vincennes also played a historic role in the establishment of the first major addition to the United States when George Rogers Clark captured the city from the British.
Knox County was the third county organized when Congress established the Northwest Territory in 1790.
Vincennes continued it role in shaping Indiana history when President John Adams nominated Harrison to serve as governor of the new Indiana Territory in 1800. Vincennes would be the site of the Indiana Territorial government until 1814 when, in anticipation of statehood, the Territorial assembly moved the capital to more centrally located Corydon. 
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Friday, February 19, 2016

Gardener's Guide to Growing Zuchini and Summer Squash

Gardener's Guide to Growing Zuchini and Summer Squash

Gardener's Guide to Growing Zuchini and Summer Squash


Gardener's Guide to Growing Zucchini and Summer Squash is a vegetable planting guide for the gardener that provides information for growing zucchini and other summer squash in the vegetable garden.

Summer squash can provide a bountiful harvest in the summer garden, providing squash for frying, grilling, pickling and casseroles. Since most are compact growers, the summer squash can provide loads of squash in a small area. Gardeners may want to plant multiple varieties of summer squash for a varied harvest.
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Sunday, February 14, 2016

A Day in Indiana History - March



A Day in Indiana History - March
A Day in Indiana History - March


Learn about Indiana history a day at a time. Ideal for history lovers or home school history teachers, A Day in Indiana History – March teaches the historical facts about Indiana in an easy to understand format.

Indiana’s bicentennial approaches us during the year 2016. This event presents an ideal time to teach the history of the state of Indiana. Formed from the vast Northwest Territory in 1803, the Indiana Territory eventually became five states. Indiana was the first of these states, achieving statehood on December 16, 1816. Explore Indiana’s rich history from its early days of French settlement.

This volume includes the following articles:

March 2, 1827 - Congress Grants Land for Wabash and Erie Canal

March 6, 1865 - Indiana Accepts Provisions of Morrill Land Grant Act

March 13, 1946 - World's Largest Egg Appeared on Metone Courthouse Lawn

March 16, 1894 - Traditional First Indiana Basketball Game

The Indiana Bicentennial History Series will present the history of Indiana in a series of short articles that describe important facts and events in the history of the State of Indiana on a day-to-day format. The series presents those that wish to home school students about the history of the State of Indiana an ideal history book to do just that.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana

A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana
A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana

O’Bannon Woods State Park and the area surrounding it abounds in Indiana history. The park includes a pioneer homesteading farm complete with a functioning hay press barn.
A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana includes information about nearby historic Corydon, Indiana, the state’s first state capital. Corydon is also the site of the only Civil War battle fought in the state as Corydon’s defenders tried to stave off Morgan’s Raiders as they entered the state.

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