A Road, A Well and a Train

A Road, A Well and a Train

A History of Batesville, Indiana Nestled at the northern tip of Ripley County, Indiana, Batesville’s origins begin with the construction of the Napoleon/Brookville Road, Teunis Amack’s Well and the need for a railroad connecting Indianapolis Indiana and Cincinnati, Ohio. A Road, a Well and a Train is the history of the birth, growth and institutions of Batesville, Indiana.

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Table of Contents

A Road, a Well, and a Train – Page 1
Indiana Fauna – Page 13
Indiana Flora – Page 14
Indiana Forests – Page 18
Indiana Geology – Page 19
Shawnees in Indiana – Page 22
Pioneer Lifestyle – Page 24
Historical Background – Page 33
Colonial American Time Line – A Brief History – Page 33
March to Statehood – Indiana Time Line – Page 83
Batesville Information – Page 113
Ripley County – Page 115
Laughery Township – Page 122
Franklin County – 124
Ray Township – Page 128
Ripley County Time Line – Page 130
Batesville Historical Time Line – Page 145
1820 – 1859 – Page 145
1859 – 1870 – Page 158
1870 – 1879 – Page 159
1890 – 1899 – Page 160
1900 – 1909 – Page 164
1910 – 1919 – Page 174
1920 – 1929 – Page 183
1930 – 1939 – Page 192
1940 – 1949 – Page 197
1950 – 1959 – Page 199
1960 – 1969 – Page 203
1970 – 1979 – Page 204
1980 – 1989 – Page 208
1990 – 1999 – Page 212
2000 – 2010 – Page 212
2010 – 2020 – Page 214
2020 – 2029 – Page 215
Batesville City Government – Page 217
Huntersville – Page 222
Batesville Schools History – Page 228
Batesville Media – Page 238
Waterways and Lakes – Page 241
Highways and Transportation – Page 249
Historic Bridges – Page 261
Batesville Cemeteries – Page 263
Batesville Post Office – Page 265
Margaret Mary Health – Page 268
Batesville Waterworks – Page 270
Batesville Parks – Page 273
Batesville Telephone – Page 278
Batesville’s Electric Utility and Street Lamps – Page 283
Batesville Original Churches – Page 287
Batesville Community Organizations – Page 310
Historic Community Organizations – Page 350
Entertainment and Culture – Page 360
Historic Bands – Page 363
Historic Industries – Page 365
Current Industries – Page 378
Batesville Retail Businesses – Historic – Page 390
Current Retail – Located in the Historic Downtown – Page 395
Historic Marker – Stagecoach Inn – Page 417
Central Batesville Historic District – Page 418
Acknowledgements – Page 438
About the Author – Page 463
Mossy Feet Books Catalogue – Page 464
Sample Chapter – Page 465
Historic Travel Guide to Ripley County
Underground Railroad Driving Trails

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