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Publisher Description

Named for Napoleon Bonaparte, the town of Napoleon was platted in 1820, the second town in Ripley County, Indiana. Early in its history, Napoleon was a center of transportation and an important hub in the Underground Railroad. Berry's Trace, the Michigan Road and the Brookville/Napoleon Road connected the village to distant towns in Indiana as well as with the new state capitol in Indianapolis.

Other Books in the:

Ripley County History Series

Historic Travel Guide to Ripley County

A History of Indiana Libraries - Ripley County Edition

A History of Napoleon, Indiana

Indiana Fire Departments - Ripley County Edition

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2019
December 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
297
Pages
PUBLISHER
Mossy Feet Books
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
515.4
KB

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