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Indiana Courthouses - Southeast Edition - Indiana Court House Series #1

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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The county form of government dates back to England. The colonists brought the local government organization with them when they began settling in North America. Indiana has ninety-two counties and each has its own county seat and courthouse. The Guide to Indiana County Seats and Courthouses Series tells the story of Indiana’s counties. This edition covers the southeastern part of the state and includes: 
Clark 
Dearborn 
Decatur 
Franklin 
Jefferson 
Jennings 
Ohio 
Ripley 
Scott 
Switzerland 
The included auto tour takes travelers through the pretty Indiana countryside to all four county court houses.

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