Indiana Landmarks News

Location: Southern

Elizabeth Lea towboat, Dearborn County
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The Elizabeth Lea, a towboat constructed in 1939, earns National Register status on the merit of its engineering attributes and its contribution to maritime history.

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Branaman House, Brownstown
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One of Jackson County’s most notable historic homes is going on the auction block August 3, and preservation advocates fear the outcome.

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Generations of swimmers enjoy Madison’s Crystal Beach pool and bathhouse, a New Deal-era landmark soon to undergo renovation.

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Rehabs & Renovations

Historic location is a key ingredient for downtown business offering antiques, ice cream, and craft soda.

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Events, Rehabs & Renovations

Just in time for the city’s bicentennial, the Historic Downtown Aurora Tour on October 19 showcases landmarks in the Ohio River town.

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Clover Leaf Depot Veedersburg
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The 1903 Clover Leaf Depot is targeted for rehabilitation and on its way to becoming the town’s first landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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Leavitt House, Vernon
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Perched on an elevated lot overlooking the river, the c.1884 Leavitt house in Vernon offers potential as a stylish home in a community proud of its heritage.

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Newburgh Residential Grant Program
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A new rehabilitation grant program encourages property owners to invest in Newburgh’s residential historic districts.

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Roann Community Center
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Roann has made preservation a priority for decades. Recent designation as an Indiana Main Street community will help the town maintain its special appeal.

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