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Gibson County, Patient Account Ledger of Dr. George C. Kendle, September 1881-January 1890
Miami County, Unclaimed Letters at the Peru Post Office, 1841-1842
Morgan County, Newspaper Offers a Retrospective Look at the Year 1881
LaGrange County, Account Book from Mongo, 1839
Pike County, Account Book of Robert Logan, Highbanks, 1850
Vigo County, List of Names in J. B. Jenckes's Justice of the Peace Ledger, 1832-1843
Noble County, Index for General Store Ledger from Bond County, Illinois, 1888, Found in Kendallville, Indiana
Lawrence County, Index to Account Book of Hade Bridewell, Blacksmith, Perry Township, 1873-1878
Jasper County, Voters Listed in Poll Book for Fourth Precinct, Rensselaer, 1932 Primary
Decatur County, "Men in Decatur County Who Are Past 70 Years of Age," Greensburg Daily News, July 1937
Whitley County, Early History in More Family Papers
Jackson County, Names Extracted from "A History of the Colored People of Jackson County Indiana" (1956)
Warren County, Accounts of Patients in Rainsville, Indiana, in Physician Account Book of Theophilus Stembel, July 19, 1842, through December 1, 1842
Harrison County, Names Derived from Poll Book, New Salisbury, Indiana, November 8, 1864
Wabash County, List of "Old Settlers" in the Wabash Plain Dealer, August 24, 1888
Hancock County, Account Books of Dr. James Madison Ely, 1851-1866
La Porte County, Account Book of Alfred F. Earl Livery Stable, April and May 1897
Switzerland County, Pioneer Association Minutes and Records, 1868-1903
Allen County, Catalog and Register of Fort Wayne Female College, 1851-1852
Bartholomew County, Name Index to the Account Book of David McClure Branham's General Store, 1893-1897
Randolph County, News Items from the Winchester Journal, 1918
Franklin and Union Counties, Indiana, and Butler County, Ohio, Records from the Pioneer and Harvest Home Association, 1883-1885
La Porte County, New Durham Township, Justice of the Peace Record Book Records, 1879-1906
Warrick County, Letters Left at Post Offices as listed in the Warrick Democrat, 1850-1860
Starke County, Names of Members of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Daughters of Rebekah Extracted from the North Judson News, 1897–1902
Owen County, Bethany Presbyterian Church Records, 1820–1834
Washington County, Names in the 1915 Educational Report