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This is a reprint of a book first published by the Indiana Historical Society in 1919, written by the former Dubois County surveyor, George R. Wilson. The book features invaluable information on early Indiana paths and settlements, including historic trails such as the Buffalo Trace, the Yellow Banks Trace, the Red Banks Trail, and Whetzel’s Trace. Also featured are discoveries made by surveyors during their work, including the location of French Lick and West Baden Springs. An index of names of people as well as names of roads, traces, and surveys is included.
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George R. Wilson (1863-1941) served as the surveyor for Debois County, Indiana, before become that county's superintendent of schools in 1889. He was considered an authority on Indiana pioneer surveys.
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Book Description Indiana Historical Society Press, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011821NPE
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