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Cuppy house still stands in South Whitley

The Cuppy house is a true historical landmark in South Whitley. It was built by Abraham Cuppy, who was once a state senator, in 1837. Hardwood floors and beams made of bark-stripped whole tree trunks and a unique staircase with … Continue reading

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Old poultry building near South Whitley

Clearly, the rural landscape has changed in recent years. Depending on the location, not only is there less farmland as subdivisions have been built more often, but the older agriculture related buildings are not as evident as they once were. … Continue reading

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Remnant of a road in South Whitley

While visiting family in South Whitley, I often take walks in the town. I’ve noticed what could have been a remnant of a road just off Calhoun Street and north of the railroad tracks. I became curious, as I often … Continue reading

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Hitching post on State Street in South Whitley

I have family living in South Whitley in Whitley County. When I visit them, I like to take walks around town. One day while taking a walk I noticed this old hitching post in front of a house along State … Continue reading

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Trail follows old railroad line in South Whitley

The Butler Branch, better known as the Eel River Railroad, connected Logansport and Butler in the state of Indiana. It roughly followed the route of the Eel River between the two towns. In 1901, the mighty Pennsylvania Railroad acquired the … Continue reading

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