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- Several Fort Wayne named places have more information on the F Named Places page.
- Almost 300 articles mention Fort Wayne in the Indiana Magazine of History. Unfortunately no images are in the online article, but are usually in the lined pdf file.
- 1809 - Governor Harrison and the Treaty of Fort Wayne, 1809, by Ellmore Barce, 1915, in Indiana Magazine of History, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 352-367
- 1816 - Fort Wayne in 1816 Nothing but potential by Connie Haas Zuber published June 6th, 2016 in Fort Wayne Magazine.
- 1916 - Fort Wayne celebration of the Indiana Centennial in 1916 - 35 second silent video posted June 10, 2016 by The History Center on Facebook.
- Along the Heritage Trail and Cityscapes - General history are lists of links to articles by The News-Sentinel newspaper
- 50 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Fort Wayne by Cait White on Movoto Blog
- By The Way or once-upon-a-time but no longer exist places- mentions Manochio's, Trier Park, Java Shop in the Van Orman Hotel, Berghoff Gardens, English Terrace, and Keenan Hotel in Let's take a little walk through Fort Wayne's 'once-upon-a-time; places by Betty Stein was published September 11, 2012 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
- City of Fort Wayne web site www.cityoffortwayne.org has a Fort Wayne History page and City TV Features go back to 2012.
- City Utilities Facilities describes how river water is filtered by the City of Fort Wayne
- Downtown 360° Virtual Tour an immersive 360° Virtual Tour of Downtown Fort Wayne by Fort Wayne's Downtown Improvement District
- Fort Wayne Flag at 100 by Michael Rice published May 23, 2016 on History Center Notes & Queries blog and Yes, Fort Wayne has a flag! by Carmen Doyle published May 7, 2014 in History Center Notes & Queries blog.
- Fort Wayne Facts on City of Fort Wayne.
- Fort Wayne, 2nd largest city in Indiana, 70th largest city in the United States, see statistics at City-data.com.
- Fort Wayne located within 500 miles of half the U.S. population. See distances to other major cities on Accessibility by Visit Fort Wayne.
- Fort Wayne City Parks and Boulevard System are now on the National Historic Registeras of January 7, 2011
- City to Preserve Some Historic Brick Streets published February 10, 2011 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
- THE HISTORY OF FORT WAYNE TOLD THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHS review by The Waynedale News Staff published April 23, 2008.
- Fort Wayne History from City of Fort Wayne at fwcommunitydevelopment.org.
- History of Fort Wayne - "I Remember Fort Wayne" links to dozens of articles in the News-Sentinel newspaper
- History of Sports in Fort Wayneat Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Fort Wayne Indiana - Room For Dreams
- Fort Wayne Parks Department
- Fort Wayne Police Department
- Friends of the Parks
- Historic Fort Wayne and Historic Old Fort information at City of Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation
- Historic Baker Street Station
- History of City of Fort Wayne at City of Fort Wayne
- Fort Wayne History Center
- Fort Wayne Journal Gazette newspaper
- Fort Wayne News Sentinel newspaper
- Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society
- I remember Fort Wayne your online tour of Summit City History has links to various articles from The News-Sentinel newspaper such as City was home for many inventions by Michael Hawfield from the archives of The News-Sentinel newspaper.
- Images of America Fort Wayne, Indiana by Ralph Violette
- Fort Wayne Local Historic Districts - ARCH ( Architecture and Community Heritage)
- Photo of medals posted November 15, 2017, 18 photos over the years posted and discussed March 26, 2017 historic postcards posted September 13, 2017 and October 7, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
- The Library of Congress has over 600 results in Fort Wayne, Indiana search
- Love Fort Wayne YouTube videos by local celebreties or website love, fort wayne.
- Scottish Cultural Society of Fort Wayne
- Southeast from Lincoln Tower – 1966 by Randy Harter published August 18, 2018 in Fort Wayne Reader and discussed August 19, 2018 in You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
- Through Indiana by Stagecoach and Canal Boat: The 1843 Travel Journal of Charles H. Titus by George P. Clark, 1989, in Indiana Magazine of History, Volume 85, Issue 3, pp 193-235.
- USS Fort Wayne was commissioned in 1918 and decommissioned a year later before being sold to a commercial firm, her contribution to national defense seems to have been almost non-existent. Copied from KEVIN LEININGER: Ever hear of the USS Fort Wayne? Neither has anybody else, and maybe we should try to change that by Kevin Leininger published July 3, 2018 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
USS Fort Wayne (ID 3786) was a freighter acquired by the U.S. Navy during the last year of World War I. She was assigned to carry cargo to Europe, after which she was decommissioned and sold by the U.S. Shipping Board. She then became the SS Fort Wayne, and was scrapped in Japan in 1934.Copied from USS Fort Wayne (ID-3786) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Whistler and the Last Two American Forts at the Three Rivers by Tom Castaldi, local historian,published June 26, 2014 on History Center Notes & Queries blog.
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