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FROM 1800 TO 1900

..OR...

A VIEW OF OUR REGION THROUGH THE

NINETEENTH CENTURY

BY

T. H. BALL,

ACTIVE MEMBER OF INDIANA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE; CORRESPONDING MEMBER
OF WISCONSIN STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY; HOHORARY MEMBER OF
TRINITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF TEXAS; AUTHOR OF LAKE
COUNTY, 1872; LAKE OF THE RED CEDARS; POEMS
AND HYMNS; ANNIE B.; NOTES ON LUKE'S

GOSPEL; HOME OF THE

REDEEMED, ETC.

CROWN POINT, VALPARAISO, LA PORTE, KNOX, WINAMAC,

MONTICELLO, RENSSELAER, KENTLAND.

1900

By T. H. BALL.

526
B18

"It is well for every form of organized society, from the family to
the nation, to pause occasionally and devote itself to a review of the
past, recalling whatever of persons and events may be worthy of
recollection, and placing on permanent record so much of the gathered
results as ought to be preserved."

DR. BARON STOW.

DONOHUE & HENNEBERRY,
PRINTERS AND BINDERS,

CHICAGO.

DEDICATION.

To the memory of my FATHER and my Mother, who were true PIONEERS in Lake County, and from whom my earliest and best impulses in the line of literature were received; and to the memory of OTHER PIONEERS, good and true men and women, hundreds of whom made homes in this Northwestern Indiana in the early pioneer days; as a memorial their privations, their energy, their success; this volume is affectionately dedicated.

T. H. BALL.

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