Dearborn County Papers
Manuscripts & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Barbara Hilderbrand, March 2007
Dearborn County was founded in 1803 and named for General Henry Dearborn, who served in the Revolutionary War and Was Secretary of War, 1801-1809.
Baker, Ronald L. and Marvin Carmony. Indiana Place Names. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1975.
This collection contains information about the history of Dearborn County. It also contains information about some of the county’s prominent citizen’s including, Isaac Dunn and John Ewbank. Also, included are histories of the towns of Lawrenceburg and Aurora.
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1 Folder. Papers, 1812-1948
1812 Roll of Captain James McGuire’s Company of Volunteers
1839 Aug. Dearborn County general election results
1877 July 27 Pardon and release of Nelson F. Hood
1878 Jan. 31 Remittance of fine to Smith Fowler
1884 Aug. 21 Citizens Law and Order League of Aurora, Indiana, list of subscribers and constitution
1899 Oct. 13 Notes from meetings at the Methodist Church
1921 May 5 Membership application to Indiana Historical Society
1934 Dec. 31 Ewbank, James H. to Gene Lawrence about the history of Lawrenceburg
1948 Mar. 21 Cook, Floyd C. to Caroline Dawn about minutes of Methodist Conferences in Indiana
Undated History of John Ewbank coming to Dearborn County
Undated History of Aurora, Indiana
Size of Collection: 1 folder (11 items)
Collection Dates: 1812-1948
Provenance: Herbert Heller, Undated
Access : The collection is open for research use
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.
Language: Materials are entirely in English
Alternate Formats: None