Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series

I have written the books in this series to provide prospective visitors to the Indiana State Parks with a complete visitors guide to the area and to present histories of the individual parks, their geology as well as their unique features. At present there are six books in the series which are published in order of the dates of when the parks were established. Continue reading Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series

Podcast – History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death

Greetings, today I will discuss my newest book release, Pokagon Indiana State Park. In this episode you will hear the History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death Continue reading Podcast – History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death

Podcast – The Indiana History Series

Listeners to this episode will learn a little bit about each of the books in the author’s Indiana History Series. The seven books in this series cover libraries, fire departments, railroads, roads and highways, parks, the Indiana Constitution, and Indiana counties. Two books on the near horizon include books on basketball and Indiana’s role in the Civil War. Continue reading Podcast – The Indiana History Series

Podcast – A Thumbnail History of Ohio County, Indiana

Ohio County had its beginnings with the formation of Dearborn County by Indiana Territorial Governor William Henry Harrison in 1803, thirteen years before Indiana became a state. The new county included territory now comprising Ripley, Franklin and Ohio Counties. Harrison made Lawrenceburg the county seat at that time. In 1811 Harrison separated Franklin County from Dearborn County. The Indiana General Assembly detached and created Ripley County in 1818. Continue reading Podcast – A Thumbnail History of Ohio County, Indiana