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Hoosier Dusty Files - January 31, 1871 - Land Purchased for US Quartermaster Depot - Jeffersonville

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 30, 1888 - Elkhart Carriage and Harness Manufacturing Company Organized

An Indiana History Story a Day - February

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 29, 1831 - Shelby County Seminary Organized

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 28, 1922 - The Historic Indiana Movie Theatre Opened - Terre Haute

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 27, 1937 - Ohio River Reached its Highest State at Jeffersonville

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 26, 1826 - "Boatload of Knowledge" Arrives in New Harmony

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 25, 1934 - John Dillinger Captured at Tucson, AZ, Extradited to Indiana

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 24, 1853 - First Passenger Train From Dayton via Union to Indianapolis

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 23, 1900 - Miriam Mason Swain Born

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 22, 1928 - Grand Beach Ski Club Holds First Ski Jump Meet

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 21, 1785 - Treaty of Fort McIntosh Signed

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 20, 1820 - Indiana Legislative Act Approved Establishing State Seminary (Indiana University)

Hoosier Dusty Files -0 January 19, 1846 - Peru and Indianapolis Railroad Incorporated

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 18, 1850 – Governor Signs Law for Constitutional Delegate Election

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 17, 1814 - Washington County Created

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 16, 1836 - Assembly Passed Mammoth Internal Improvement Act of 1836

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 15, 1794 - Indiana Governor Noah Noble Born

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 14, 1851 - First Train Arrived In Salem, Indiana

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 13, 1890 - Elmer Davis Born - Journalist, Radio Commentator

Hoosier Dusty Files -+ January 12, 1853 - Robert Underwood Johnson Born - Writer, Poet, Editor

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 11, 1805 - Congress Separates Michigan Territory from Indiana Territory

Hoosier Dusty Files - January 10, 1825 - Indiana General Assembly Holds First Session in Indianapolis