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Map of Fountain County, Indiana

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462 p. : ill., maps (some col.), ports. ; 45 cm.Formed out of land from Montgomery and Wabash Counties in 1825, Fountain County was named for Major James Fountain, a Kentuckian killed at the Battle of Maumee in 1790. The Wabash River forms the county's northern and western boundaries

Topics: Fountain County (Ind.); Maps; Indiana--Maps, Destination Indiana Fountain County Journey
Publisher: Chicago : Baskin, Forster & Co.
Year: 1870
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:dc035/98
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