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Lagro Roller Mills

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Lagro was settled around 1829 on the Wabash River and was a main town along the Wabash and Erie Canal. Once a French and Indian trading post, it was named for Le Gros, a Miami chief. Originally part of Grant County, it joined Wabash County in 1838.Message on postcard reads: Well Kidd I got here at 2 pm but can not see the man untill 7:30 this eve Mr Reynolds does not know anything new but he wants to talk with me so will stay and probily go to Andrews tomorrow with love [Alf???] Postcard addressed to: Mrs. Agnes Hare, 311 South Columbia St., Warsaw, Ind

Topics: Wabash County (ind.); Mills; Winter
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1910
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:P0391/983
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