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La Porte, Indiana
General, History, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
We have thousands of items on permanent display. We are now able to have more programs that involve the community. We try to have a current display that changes every few months.

The majority of the downstairs level of the museum is given over to the W. A Jones Collection of Ancient Weapons. William A. Jones owned an iron foundry in Chicago, traveling around the world in search of items for his collection.
LaPorte, Indiana
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library, Military, Natural History
We are housed in a spacious, Colonial-style building with ample parking and lawns for outside events. Listed by the American Automobile Association as a 'GEM Site,' we offer interesting, educational displays 5 days a week, along with special events such as our annual Civil War Weekend in June, and Old Car Show in July. Special theme displays, guest speakers, and more are routinely scheduled.
La Grange, Indiana
Crown Point, Indiana
History
Crown Point, Indiana
Historical Society
Cedar Lake, Indiana
History, Historic House
Lake Station, Indiana
Historical Society
Bedford, Indiana
History
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Madison, Indiana
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
This Greek Revival home is considered to be the "Crown Jewel" of Madison's National Historic Landmark District. Completed in 1844, the house was designed by noted architect Francis Costigan. James F.D. Lanier is one of the most important citizens in the history of Indiana. He helped save the Indiana's finances several times, most notably lending the state over 1 million dollars during the Civil War.
Tunnelton, Indiana
Bedford, Indiana
Historical Society, Library
The Lawrence County Museum is housed in the 100-year-old Hamer-Smith building at 929 15th Street in Bedford, Indiana. The museum is home to many interesting artifacts that showcase the history and heritage of Lawrence County. Most of these are housed in the 2400 square foot gallery. There is an extensive collection of research materials in the Edward L. Hutton Genealogical Research Library on the second floor.
Mentone, Indiana
History, Specialized
Fountain City, Indiana
Historic House
Muncie, Indiana
Science
Ligonier, Indiana
Historic House, Specialized
Rensselaer, Indiana
Art
Geneva, Indiana
Historic House
Lincoln City, Indiana
History
Rockport, Indiana
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Park
The Lincoln Pioneer Village was constructed during the period from 1935 to 1937 with government funds by the Works Projects Administration. This memorial to Abraham Lincoln’s 14 formative years (1816-1830) spent in Spencer County consists primarily of structures and other artifacts which represent the life and times of Lincoln, his pioneer neighbors and friends.
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