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Johnson County (Ind.) -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bartholomew Applegate account books

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: V002
Scope and Contents This collection contains two account books. The first two are for the Pleasant Run Farm in Johnson County, Indiana, which was run by Bartholomew Applegate. Both books are listed chronologically and list his expenses and purchases.
Dates: 1827-1852

Franklin Public Library collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2251
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of several histories related to Johnson County, Indiana, including "A History of Franklin, Indiana: Especially Jefferson Street" by Dr. Barnett Wallace (1923); "A History of the Johnson County Bar: State of Indiana" by Henry C. Barnett (1926); "One Hundred Years of Religious Development in the Hurrican Community, 1837-1937" by Nelson D. Jones; "A Historical Study of Lost Villages and Ghost Towns in Johnson County, Indiana" by William A. Bridges (1953); and...
Dates: 1827-1962, undated

Johnson County, Indiana dog tax receipt book

 Collection — Folder S3029
Identifier: S3029
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a small booklet of tax forms from the Nineveh Township assessor for Johnson County, Indiana, ranging from March 4, 1954, to May 13, 1954, regarding the taxes required to purchase and own a new dog for different households in Nineveh Township. The forms concern 26 different dogs bought in Nineveh Township: three beagles, four cocker spaniels, one Springer spaniel, one "spitz", one spaniel and spitz mix, one bulldog, three collies, three rat terriers, one fox terrier,...
Dates: 1954/03/04-1954/05/13

Ruth Trout Hougham historical sketch

 Collection — Folder S2171
Identifier: S2171
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of Ruth Trout Hougham's historical sketch, "Franklin and Its Founder - George King," a four-page typewritten essay prepared for a talk Mrs. Hougham gave to a meeting of the Business and Professional Women in 1965. The sketch begins by describing the qualities and virtues of the early pioneers of Franklin and Johnson County, Indiana and then presents the biography of George King, the founder and "First Proprietor" of Franklin.
Dates: 1965