Lost Indianapolis, Indiana (Images of America)
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Lost Indianapolis, Indiana (Images of America)

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by John F. McDonald, J. McDonald
     
 

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In 1816, the U.S. Congress decided to give the newly formed State of Indiana four square miles of land to lay out a capital city. Just where the capital city would be platted, however, was unknown. Four years later, the spot was finally chosen near where Fall Creek meets the White River. From that moment forward, despite a few bumps along the way, Indianapolis

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In 1816, the U.S. Congress decided to give the newly formed State of Indiana four square miles of land to lay out a capital city. Just where the capital city would be platted, however, was unknown. Four years later, the spot was finally chosen near where Fall Creek meets the White River. From that moment forward, despite a few bumps along the way, Indianapolis began its development into one of the nation's great cities. Over the course of that development, many buildings, companies, legends, and people have come and gone. While they are now only shadows of the past, they help to form the history and heart of Indianapolis.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738520087
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
09/15/2002
Series:
Images of America Series
Edition description:
Reprinted
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,077,332
Product dimensions:
6.24(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.38(d)

Meet the Author


In Lost Indianapolis, author John P. McDonald weaves together the incredible stories of such diverse lost Indianapolis landmarks as Union Station, Burger Chef, Riverside Park, and the Central Canal. The result is a stirring history of the city, told through the stories of the icons of the past.Mr. McDonald is a writer and local historian. He is the producer of the website "Lost Indiana," which seeks to capture the markers of Indiana's history before they are forever lost.

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Lost Indianapolis, Indiana (Images of America) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Many of these type of books are all about the pictures, but the stories in each chapter are the best!