Monthly Archives: December 2017

Road has historical significance in Kosciusko County

I know, this is a photo of a freshly blacktopped rural road. But this particular road has some historical significance in Kosciusko County. More specifically, this is County Road 700 North east of Leesburg. Off in the distance to the … Continue reading

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Possible remnant of trail near North Webster

Remnants of Native American trails are very difficult, if not impossible, to find. Obviously the topography has changed much in close to 200 years. Fields have been plowed, housing developments built, cities and towns have grown, etc. I was with … Continue reading

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Former location of Chief Flat Belly

Our local history dates prior to the arrival of white settlers. We know Native Americans lived in the area. Several relics such as arrowheads and more have been found scattered throughout the area. We also know the Miami tribe lived … Continue reading

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Historic road north of Syracuse

One of the more interesting historical roads, at least for me, would be the old Goshen-Huntington State Road. It dates to the very early years of settlement in the area in the 1830s. As the name implies, it connected Huntington … Continue reading

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