Indiana Landmarks News

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African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes the outstanding restoration of Second Baptist Church, an Underground Railroad landmark.

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Reitz Home Museum
Events, News

Evansville’s lineup of Historic Preservation Month activities includes a talk by Indiana Landmarks’ president Marsh Davis exploring high profile preservation projects in Evansville and beyond.

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Porter County Museum
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The Porter County Museum uncovers fascinating hints of history as it rehabs two downtown buildings for expanded exhibit space.

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Cliff Thies at Veraestau
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Cliff Thies brings deep knowledge of area history to his role as the new tour and event assistant at Veraestau, our historic country estate in Aurora. 

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News

A team of developers plans to transform Fort Wayne’s abandoned GE complex into a vibrant urban hub with cool industrial vibes.

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Washington County Courthouse, Salem
News, Saved

Galvanized by the courthouse’s inclusion on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most list, Washington County officials have committed more than $1 million to repair and restore the spectacular Romanesque Revival landmark.

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Trinity Episcopal church and parish house, Connersville
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Indiana Landmarks will make repairs to the former Trinity Episcopal church and parish house in Connersville before selling the properties to a buyer with a plan for their reuse.

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News

Nestled in a wooded valley near Bloomfield, Old Clifty Church is one of the earliest surviving buildings in Green County and one of the state’s oldest log churches still in its original location.

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Wurtz House, Madison
Events, News

On May 19, our Landmark Look in southern Indiana features two small historic houses that pack a mighty architectural punch.

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