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Fort Wayne, Indiana - Wikipedia

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Fort Wayne is a city in the U.S. state of Indiana and the seat of Allen County. Located in ... Named in Wayne's honor, the European-American settlement developed at the confluence of the St. Jos...

Indiana Emigration and Immigration Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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Aug 30, 2016 ... The earliest European settlers in Indiana were Frenchmen, who came in the early 1700s to what are now Fort Wayne, Lafayette, and Vincennes. ... Bend attracted Polish and other eastern and southern European immigrants.

Indiana - Immigration to the United States

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Indeed, Indiana is politically, culturally, and linguistically the most “southern” midwestern state. In contrast, international ... European Immigrants. The first ... In Fort Wayne, skilled German workers were recruited for local industries. By the late ...

The History Museum » Early History of Indiana to 1779

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European Exploration & Recent Indian Tribes. Not long after .... The city of Fort Wayne is located there now. Within Ft. ... In 1732 a very large fort was constructed at a French village on the Wabash River in the southern part of Indiana. The fort ...

Licensed Taxidermists - IN.gov

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4316 Champlain Drive. Fort Wayne, IN 46806 .... Justin's Europeans. 6304 S. Kyana Road ...... B-N-B European Mounts & Taxidermy. 6733 N Dooley Road.

A City of Immigrants: a brief overview of immigrants in Fort Wayne ...

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Dec 19, 2011 ... While by no means a definite work on immigration in Fort Wayne IN, this .... can Americanize the man from southeastern and southern Europe, ...

History of Indiana - This is Indiana - Angelfire

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This is the Ohio River running along the southern border of Indiana. ... Fort Ouiatenon was the first fortified European settlement in what is now called Indiana. ..... In the Treaty of Fort Wayne, that was signed in 1809, a group of Indian tribes ...

Chicago, Ft. Wayne & Eastern Railroad - Genesee & Wyoming Inc.

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Chicago, Ft. Wayne & Eastern Railroad (CFE) ... Ill.); Norfolk Southern (Fort Wayne, Ind. and Lima, Ohio); South Chicago and Indiana Harbor Railway ( Chicago, ...

Here are the 13 Oldest Towns in Indiana… - Only In Your State

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Apr 15, 2016 ... Alabama · Alaska · Arizona · Arkansas · California – Northern · California – Southern · Colorado ... In 1697, an outpost dubbed Fort Miami was established by the ... Territories, and Fort Wayne was officially renamed and built in 1794. ... Clarksville is the oldest European/Amer...

Spiders of Indiana

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Native to Europe, it has become established in southeastern Canada and the ... Native to southern Europe, this spider has made its way into North America, ...