Eastside Indianapolis: A Brief History

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In its early days, Indianapolis was designed to be a city of only one square mile, but as settlers flocked to the Circle City, a steady beat of progress made its way across the Eastside. Through their dedication to maintaining the character of neighborhoods like Woodruff Place, Fountain Square and Irvington, Eastsiders have banded together time and again to preserve the memories of landmarks like the Rivoli Theatre and Al Green's. Julie Young, a lifelong resident of the Eastside, celebrates one of the most culturally diverse areas of Indianapolis as she illuminates the strength and determination that would make any resident proud to call the Eastside home.
ISBN: 9781596296831
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Indiana
Series: Brief History
Images: 73
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Julie Young is an award-winning author with several books to her credit, including A Brief History of Shelby County, Eastside Indianapolis and The CYO in Indianapolis & Central Indiana. She is a correspondent for a number of local, regional and national publications, including Michiana House & Home, Glo and the Indianapolis Star.
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