(left)Got to begin watching the roads, especially at night... They'd do more damage to you than you it.
(right)Howard Johnson's used to occupy this spot along U.S. 40 east of town.
Regional Hospital, South 7th Street
Another GREAT place to eat - Kleptz's Restaurant located in Seelyville
Round Barn on Oregon Church Road
Octagon House on State Road 42; built around 1870
“Lost Creek AME Church 1840; African Methodist Episcopal Church Historic Site; The Underground Railroad; Lost Creek, Indiana, prior to the Civil War was a junction of an important line of the Underground Railroad. Slaves feeing from North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, came to Vigo County, Indiana, where Quakers, Indians and Freed Negroes live in Lost Creek Township. The slaves fleeing and being pursued by slave holders were given shelter and guided to Cass County, Michigan, where they found shelter in Vandalia, Michigan, and were guided to Canada. Slaves hunted by Kentuckians in 1847 led to legal action and increased North and South tensions. Sponsored by the late Professor Morton Lewis and Rev. Harvey E. Walden, Sr. The Fourth Episcopal District of the A.M.E. Church, Rt. Rev. H. Thomas Primm, Presiding Bishop.”
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