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A History of Pike County, Ind.

compiled by members of the Petersburg Womans Club
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript, 80 leaves, located at the Barrett Memorial Library, Petersburg, Indiana.

Contents: Petersburg / by Beulah Brazelton Gray -- Indiana / by Mrs. Louis George -- The Gay nineties / by Mrs. Louis George -- The Religious history of Pike County / by Mrs. Robert Steward -- The Underground railway / by Mrs. Karl Schafer -- Wabash-Erie Canal / by Mrs. L. E. Briscoe -- Indian history / by Mrs. Herbert Kixmiller -- Famous sons and daughters of Pike County / by Mrs. Eli Hendrix -- My early days of practice in Pike County / by Dr. Thompson R. Rice -- A History of early Pike County medicine / by Dr. J. T. Kime -- Pike County in Civil War days / by Mrs. Elma P. McKinney -- Modes of transportation in Indiana and Pike County / by Mrs. Lloyd Hawbaker -- The Pike County ancestors of John Foster Dulles / by Mrs. Arthur Miley.

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