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Cambridge City: the crossroads of canal era Indiana

8/27/2014

The legacy of early transportation routes is wonderful early architecture and a charming small town

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Evansville eyesore becomes artist's inspiration

8/15/2014

Local artist rescues dilapidated 1905 home

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Boone County Courthouse anchors proposed National Register district

8/14/2014

Listing will spur investment in downtown Lebanon

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Landmark Look spotlights LaPorte's Scott-Rumely House

8/14/2014

New program offers chance to see sites not normally open to the public

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Hit the road in support of preservation

8/14/2014

Motorcycle tour explores Indiana Historic Pathways

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Studebaker across the decades

8/22/2014

Indiana's longest-lived automaker

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An exclusive glimpse of Daviess County dream house

8/15/2014

Landmark Look spotlights extraordinary Washington home

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Huddleston Farmhouse event features harvest feast and local art

8/14/2014

Wine Down on the Farm

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Northern Indiana projects win preservation kudos

8/14/2014

Indiana Landmarks presents annual awards

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Bilby Tower becomes monument to innovation

7/15/2014

Osgood erects last known survey tower named for native son

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