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November 11, 2013


How Hobart Really Got Its Name

The name of the northern Indiana city of Hobart is attached, via local legend, to a traveler and his horse.

January 11, 2010


The Amish of Shipshewana

Attracted by the promise of inexpensive land, Amish settlers settled in the St. Joseph River Valley, only a few miles south of where the Potawatomi had been.

April 9, 2007


Trail of Death

Many are acquainted with the Trail of Tears, the forced migration of 15,000 Cherokees from the Smoky Mountains to Oklahoma in 1838. But another deadly exodus of Native Americans began in Indiana that same year. Part of the Algonquian group of Indians, Potawatomi people were living in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana at the start of the nineteenth century.

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