Charlestown, Indiana
Charlestown is a city in Clark County, Indiana, United States. The population was 7,585 at the 2010 census.
Charlestown was established in 1808, named after one of its surveyors, Charles Briggs, u...
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Devil's Backbone (rock formation)
Devil's Backbone is a rock formation and peninsula formed by the flow of Fourteen Mile Creek into the Ohio River, and is currently situated in Charlestown State Park near Charlestown, Indiana and acro...
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Charlestown State Park
Charlestown State Park is an Indiana state park on 5,100 acres (20.64 km) in Clark County, Indiana, in the United States. The park is on the banks of the Ohio River, 1 mile (2 km) east of Ch...
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Rose Island (amusement park)
Rose Island was a popular amusement park near Charlestown, Indiana, situated on a peninsula (the "Devil's Backbone") created by Fourteen Mile Creek emptying into the Ohio River. It was a recreational...
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John Work House and Mill Site
John Work House and Mill Site is a Registered Historic Place just outside Charlestown, Indiana, owned by the Lincoln Heritage Council, (BSA), as part of the Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation. For a centu...
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Thomas Downs House
The Thomas Downs House is located just east of Charlestown, Indiana's town square. It was built in 1809. It made the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.Thomas Downs was a politician from C...
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Indiana Army Ammunition Plant
The Indiana Army Ammunition Plant was an Army manufacturing plant built in 1941 between Charlestown and Jeffersonville, Indiana. It consisted of three areas within two separate but attached manufactu...
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Bottorff-McCulloch Farm
The Bottorff-McCulloch Farm is an historic farm on the National Register of Historic Places since 1995, and is located west of Charlestown, Indiana. It was put on the Register for its significance in...
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Springville, Clark County, Indiana
Springville was a small town that existed from 1798-1811 in Charlestown Township, Clark County, Indiana, United States. It was named for the springs in the area that provided a good fresh water supply...
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Tecumseh's War
Tecumseh's War or Tecumseh's Rebellion was a conflict in the Northwest Territory between the United States and an American Indian confederacy led by the Shawnee leader Tecumseh. Although the war is of...
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Jonathan Jennings
Jonathan Jennings (1784 – July 26, 1834) was the first governor of Indiana and a nine-term congressman from Indiana. Born in either Hunterdon County, New Jersey, or Rockbridge County, Virginia, h...
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Watson House (Charlestown, Indiana)
The Watson House is located just east of Charlestown, Indiana's town square. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally on the site was the James Bigger-built Green Tree Tavern (18...
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Benjamin Ferguson House
The Benjamin Ferguson House is located in the southwest of Charlestown, Indiana, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places (1983). It was built by Ferguson in 1816 and is an example o...
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Charlestown Senior High School
Charlestown High School is a public high school located in Charlestown, Indiana. The school serves students in grades 9 through 12 from Charlestown, Otisco and Marysville. The school's enrollment for ...
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Fourteen Mile Creek
Fourteen Mile Creek, shown as Fourteenmile Creek on federal maps, is a 22.7-mile-long (36.5 km) creek in Clark County, Indiana, close to Charlestown. It is so named because its mouth on the Ohio...
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Governor of Indiana
The Governor of Indiana is the chief executive of the state of Indiana. The governor is elected to a four-year term, and responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of the functions of many a...
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Indiana's 2nd Congressional district
Indiana's 2nd congressional district is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Indiana. Based in South Bend, the district is located in north-central Indiana and takes in the Indiana portion of...
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Indiana Territory's At-large congressional district
The Indiana Territory's At-large congressional district encompassed the entire area of the Indiana Territory. A delegate to the United States Congress was elected from this district. The territory was...
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Treaty of St. Mary's
The Treaty of St. Mary's (also known as the Treaty with the Miami, 1818) was signed on October 6, 1818, at Saint Mary's, Ohio, between representatives of the United States and the Miami tribe and othe...
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Indiana in the War of 1812
During the War of 1812, Indiana Territory was home to several conflicts between the United States territorial government and partisan Native American forces backed by the British in Canada. The Battle...
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History of slavery in Indiana
Slavery in Indiana occurred between the time of French rule during late seventeenth century and 1826, with a few traces of slavery afterward. When the United States first forcibly removed the Native A...
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