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A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg Indiana - Indiana County Travel and History Series #1 - cover

A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg Indiana - Indiana County Travel and History Series #1

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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Southeastern Indiana is a place of quiet beauty and charm. Its roads and highways wend their way through scenic hills and peaceful farms.  The book, A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg, Indiana, includes the history and travel destinations of Dearborn County, in Southeastern Indiana. The book introduces first time visitors to not only the biggest towns of Aurora and Lawrenceburg, but the smaller villages of Dover, Guillford and Dillsboro as well. Longtime residents may find spots they did not know about or learn new historical tidbits of information about their hometowns. Readers will find a little of something for everyone in A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

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