Monday, August 26, 2019

A History of Napoleon Indiana

A History of Napoleon, Indiana
The Story of Napoleon and Jackson Township
Publishing Date:
December 4, 2019
Named for Napoleon Bonaparte, the town of Napoleon was platted in 1820, the second town in Ripley County, Indiana. Early in its history, Napoleon was a center of transportation and an important hub in the Underground Railroad. Berry's Trace, the Michigan Road and the Brookville/Napoleon Road connected the village to distant towns in Indiana as well as with the new state capitol in Indianapolis.
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Other Books in the Ripley County History Series
Historic Travel Guide to Ripley County
A History of Indiana Libraries - Ripley County Edition
Indiana Fire Departments - Ripley County Edition

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