Hidden History of Wabash County, Indiana

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Take the road less traveled through Wabash County's forgotten stories and overlooked characters. Bob Printy may have run off to join the circus, but Jocko the monkey decided to make Wabash his home after he escaped a traveling carnival. Discover the story of Chief LeGros and learn what life was like in nineteenth-century Wabash County. Spend some time with Tommy R. Miller, who sacrificed his life caring for fellow servicemen in Vietnam. Author Ron Woodward shares the compelling, little-known history of this Indiana county.
ISBN: 9781467118057
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Indiana
Series: Hidden History
Images: 47
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Ron Woodward graduated from Indiana University while serving in the United States Navy and received his master's degree from Ball State University. He has taught in the Greater Clark County school system, Muncie School system and Wabash City Schools. Ron has served as president of the Wabash County Historical Society and the Wabash County Genealogical Society, which he helped to form. Among other awards, Ron was named 2000 Hoosier Historian by the Indiana Historical Society.
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