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Sassafras Tea Festival / Civil War Re-Enactment in Jennings County

When I read about the Sassafras Tea Festival and Civil War Living History in Jennings County on April 23-24, I had to research. I had never eaten or even seen the plant of sassafras and had no idea it was Read more >

Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival

  Fall is my favorite season, mainly because one of my favorite events of the year takes place Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival. This annual festival, held at Hier’s Park (547 S. Briant Street) in Huntington, began in Read more >

Public Enemy #1 Re-Locates to Crown Point

  Bet that headline grabbed your attention! I’ll explain. Back in 1933, John Dillinger roamed the nation, creating havoc as he robbed, killed and threatened the safety of American citizens. On July 22, 1933, Dillinger was gunned down by Federal Read more >

National Military History Center Displays Authentic Models

Being from a military family (Air Force) and having written a book called World War II Legacies: Stories of Northeast Indiana Veterans, I am interested, along with my husband, in learning about all matters military, especially World War II.   Read more >