Places in Allen County, Indiana
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Towns of Allen County, Indiana page lists nearly 100 ghost towns and small towns.
list of Allen County Inventions and Manufacturers published August 27, 2012 in History Center Notes & Queries blog. Allen County and Its Diversity of Manufacturing
Allen County in National Register of Historic Places
Allen County, Indiana bridges on BridgeHunter.com - Historic Bridges: Allen County, Indiana on HistoricBridges.org includes link to Google map locations.
Allen County, Indiana Places and People on U.S. Places
Allen County, Indiana:
Family History & Genealogy, Census, Birth, Marriage, Death Vital Records & More on Linkpendium.com.
Allen County, Indiana on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SAH Archipedia is an authoritative online encyclopedia of the built world published by the Society of Architectural Historians and the University of Virginia Press, is a free, open-access site, and contains histories, photographs, and maps for more than 17,000 structures and places.
Outside the Box video about the The History Center by Eric Olson, 21Country Featured Reporter published October 2, 2017 by WPTA21 ABC TV station. Eric has many interesting videos about the area, some are in this 21Country Search or on his Facebook page..
Tom Castaldi, local historian,has several dozen articles on FortWayne.com. Along the Heritage Trail by
Building histories of Allen County on the Philadelphia Architects and Buildings Project
Business Histories on The Genealogy Center.
Cityscapes - People & Places series of articles from the archives of The News-Sentinel newspaper.
November 10, 2017 in The News-Sentinel newspaper FORT WAYNE FIVE: The biggest military engagements in Fort Wayne-area history
published October 17, 2017 in The News-Sentinel newspaper . The five tallest buildings in Fort Wayne
published November 25, 2017 in The News-Sentinel newspaper . FORT WAYNE FIVE: Largest public parks in Fort Wayne
published January 4, 2018 in The News-Sentinel newspaper . FORT WAYNE FIVE: Oldest city structures on the National Register of Historic Places
I remember Fort Wayne series of articles by various writers at The News-Sentinel newspaper.
Five mid-century gems in unlikely architecture haven Fort Wayne by Dan Howarth published May 22, 2017 on dezeen.com from May 22, 2017 Tweet by City of Fort Wayne on Twitter and posted September 23, 2017 by ARCH ( Architecture and Community Heritage)on Facebook.
by Kara Hackett published August 15, 2018 on Input Fort Wayne. 7 places in Fort Wayne designed by architects who made history Fire and Police City County Federal Credit Union
2016-2017 Calendar has many significant events posted by dates. See
on City of Fort Wayne Community Development site. Fort Wayne History
Heritage Trail on ARCH ( Architecture and Community Heritage) web site - almost 50 Historical Markers with photos and information! Also need to look at Projects tab and more.
shows several historic homes in the Historic Buildings and Structures of the West Central Neighborhood Association Fort Wayne, Indiana West Central Neighborhood on their website.
a few photos by Mike Habeck on PreserveIndiana.com Historic Landmarks of Fort Wayne, Indiana
posted May 18th, 2016 by preferreditgroup 7 Inventions Developed in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Living in Fort Wayne's Downtown Improvement District list of buildings National Historic Landmarks have two properties in Allen County - the
Courthouse and Chief R ichardville House.
over 40 listings on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. National Register of Historic Places listings in Allen County, Indiana
OLD SCHOOL PICTURE OF THE WEEK HEADLINES on Fort Wayne Reader. 200 @ 200 2016 Bicentennial items at The History Center has many pages of
online exhibits Over 700
Patents for Allen County, Indiana are found on Google Patents Pinterest has a page of old vintage photos called
Explore Indiana, Columbia, and more!
Extant Railroad/Railway Structures compiled by the Railroad Station Historical Society
an archived site from before 2003 by Rick Willison of Franklin County, Tennessee The Rise of Industry: Fort Wayne's Revolution Many postcards posted
September 21, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
gives history of 5 local markers by Bridgett Hernandez published August 31, 2018 on INFortWayne.com. Join scavenger hunt to learn and win
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