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Hendricks County

Author : Gail M. Tharp
ISBN : 9780738598970
Genre : History
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Located in west central Indiana, Hendricks County is unique in that it is the only "Hendricks County" in the United States. The earliest pioneers entered the wooded area in 1820, settling on White Lick Creek between Plainfield and Mooresville. In 1824, the population numbered about 1,000, and the first homes, churches, and schools were built from local timber. Four courthouses and jails have been constructed over the course of the county's history. It has evolved from being supported by farming and small business into a mixture of urban and rural settings. Hendricks County continues to see population growth, and it is one of the fastest-growing counties in the state.
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Highlights Hendricks County

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ISBN : IND:30000070274141
Genre : Hendricks County (Ind.)
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History Of Hendricks County Indiana Her People Industries And Institutions

Author : John Vestal 1840- [From Old Cat Hadley
ISBN : 0344525120
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Hendricks County Profile

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ISBN : IND:30000085385866
Genre : Hendricks County (Ind.)
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Even Custer Had Better Odds

Author : Dean T. Pappas
ISBN : 1425948006
Genre : United States
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A collection of letters to the editor, Even Custer Had Better Odds: Being Blue in a Red (Hendricks) County reflects Dean Pappas' divergent political opinions on contemporary issues. Topics range from the attacks of "911" to Hurricane Katrina. Pappas makes his opinions known even to those who strongly disagree. Pappas spends a lot of time showing the fallacy of the Bush Administration's tax cuts and the reckless government spending of "borrow and spend." He points out that Bush wants to do away with the Estate Tax and the billions of dollars that it provides-just at a time when we desperately need revenue, especially to finance the war in Iraq. Also, he points out that there is not enough money to adequately fund programs for veterans, education, and health care. Furthermore, he describes Bush's philosophy as "No Millionaire Left Behind." Pappas also discusses other issues such as gay marriage, abortion, high gas prices, and Supreme Court nominees. He shows his own religious beliefs when he opposes gay marriage and abortion. Also, he is critical of Bush's Supreme Court nominees and has a strategy for what the Democrats need to do to win the next presidential election. Overall, Even Custer Had Better Odds: Being Blue in a Red (Hendricks) County reflects one man's divergent political views and is available from authorhouse.com.
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The Hadleys Of Hendricks County Indiana

Author : Harlan vanVactor Hadley
ISBN : WISC:89064045404
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Jeremiah Hadley (1777-1846) married Mary Hornaday, and their children were born in Guilford County, North Carolina. The family then moved to Hendricks County, Indiana. Jeremiah was a descendant in the fourth generation of Simon Hadley II, who immigrated from Ireland to Delaware. Descendants and relatives of Simon II and Jeremiah lived in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri and elsewhere.
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Danville

Author : Jeffrey K. Baldwin
ISBN : 0738577006
Genre : History
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Danville, created in 1824 as the county seat of Hendricks County, was the hub of government, commerce, and agriculture. Farmers sold their crops in town and shopped there. As the agricultural economy diminished, Danville became home to workers commuting to Indianapolis. Danville residents have always valued education. On May 10, 1878, at the instigation of Prof. W. F. Harper of the Central Normal School of Ladoga, 50 farm wagons from Danville arrived at Ladoga and stole the whole school, including equipment, students, faculty, and baggage. Central Normal College was then installed in the facility previously housing the Hendricks County Seminary and the Danville Academy. From 1878 to 1951, Central Normal College was a Danville institution, turning out more than 75,000 graduates destined for leadership roles in education, business, law, and politics.
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Department Bulletin

Author : United States. Department of Agriculture
ISBN : MINN:30000010124703
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Bulletin

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ISBN : UOM:39015024594593
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