"Remember the days of old,
consider the years of many generations;
thy father and he will shew thee; thy elders and
they will tell thee."
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A few pictures of Civil War soldiers from various
towns was found among
my great-great-grandfather Hayward's photos.
This one is of Allan White
from Transitville, now known as the town of Buck Creek,
Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
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Tippecanoe County Resources
State Is Born
a poem written by Lieutenant
William Beeker Billings in
the 1930's of his ancestors'
experiences when immigrating
to Indiana in 1819 to make
it their new home.
These families were Beeker,
Billings and Carr and they
settled in the Pretty
Prairie area, northeast of
County Mailing List
Other Links to
Lafayette and Tippecanoe County
Park The park is home to several
packs of gray wolves, plus foxes and
bison It is incorporated under
the North American Wildlife Park
Foundation, Inc. which is located in
the small town of Battle Ground,
A few months ago I read a very nice article
about Lafayette in the Smithsonian
Ain't God Good To
Indiana? by William Herschell
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