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Since 1824, Noblesville has served as the county seat for Hamilton County, Indiana. Located on the White River just north of Indianapolis, Noblesville grew from rural beginnings, changing as businesses and industry moved into the area, which was encouraged by the discovery of natural gas. This book documents the history, community life, and growth of Noblesville using stories and photographs collected from local residents, historians, church archives, the Hamilton County Historical Society, and the Hamilton East Public Library. These photographs bring the daily life of this Midwest community vividly into view.
ISBN: 9780738582733
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Indiana
Series: Images of America
Images: 219
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Nancy A. Massey and Carol Ann Schweikert have been researching the history of Noblesville for more than 15 years. Massey serves as the genealogist for Hamilton County and maintains the local history and genealogy collection in the Indiana Room at the Hamilton East Public Library. She works with newcomers, old-timers, and students to research the stories of their homes, families, and community. Schweikert is a historic preservation consultant who researches historic buildings in Noblesville and throughout Indiana. She works with owners, developers, local governments, and preservation organizations to discover the unique history of buildings and assist with their restoration and renovation.
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