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West Baden First Baptist Church
African American Landmarks, News

Congregants and community members gathered in August to celebrate completion of a multi-year effort to save West Baden Springs’ historic First Baptist (Colored) Church.

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Crawfordsville’s Lew Wallace Study and Terre Haute’s Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College build appreciation for local heritage.

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Indiana Landmarks and Fountain County Landmarks partner on plans to make sure Cottrell Village remains a community treasure.

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African American Landmarks, News

As director of Indiana Landmarks’ new Black Heritage Preservation Program, Eunice Trotter will lead our work to bring attention to places associated with the state’s Black history.

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Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse
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Vanderburgh County officials and the Old Courthouse Foundation are leading a $300,000 campaign to repair the 1890 Old Vanderbugh County Courthouse’s aging clock tower.

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Geter Means House cleanup crew
African American Landmarks, News

As part of Juneteeth celebrations this summer, staff from Indiana Landmarks joined with neighborhood residents to tackle a property that in recent years has become an eyesore.

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Elkhart lawyer and longtime preservation advocate Tim Shelly wins Indiana Landmarks’ 2022 Williamson Prize.

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For its transformation of Wabash’s Eagles Theatre, the Honeywell Foundation wins the 2022 Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration.

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In Fort Wayne, North Salem, and Indianapolis, popular restaurants serve up tasty experiences in small but memorable settings.

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