Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Hoosier Dusty Files - February 7, 1835 - Indiana General Assembly Passes Act Creating Fourteen Counties

A Year of Indiana History - 2016
A Year of Indiana History - 2016

February 7, 1835 - Indiana General Assembly Passes Act Creating Fourteen Counties
The Indiana General Assembly created fourteen counties by statute on February 7, 1835. These counties took varying times to organize. Pulaski County was the last, organizing on May 6, 1839.
Adams County
DeKalb County
Fulton County
Jasper County
Jay County
Kosciusko County
Marshall County
Noble County
Porter County
Pulaski County
Starke County
Steuben County
Wells County
Whitley County

Indiana possesses a rich history that is fun to read and learn. This Hoosier Dusty Files is in an easy to read “this day in history format” and includes articles from the author's A Year in Indiana History series. Visitors may read the articles as they appear or purchase the book:
A Year of Indiana History - 2016
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