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Who Owns the Riverfront?
Who Owns the Riverfront?

r whom the State of Indiana holds the river in trust. But what they were…

White River History: General History
White River History: General History

Central Indiana lies within the Wabash River Drainage Basin, with both Hamilton and Marion counties…

White River History: Strawtown
White River History: Strawtown

Strawtown Koteewi Park, the North Reach’s anchor, is the largest park in Hamilton County, with…

White River History: Noblesville
White River History: Noblesville

Noblesville follows a similar trajectory to that of its northern neighbor, Strawtown, in that the…

White River History: Conner Prairie
White River History: Conner Prairie

While Conner Prairie was on unincorporated territory, Conner did much business in the nearby towns…

White River History: Broad Ripple
White River History: Broad Ripple

Also in 1822, John Calip and Jesse McKay purchased 147 acres of land along White…

White River History: Southwestway Park
White River History: Southwestway Park

The park area, then known as Mann Hill, was of interest to the city’s parks…

White River History: Riverside/Emrichsville
White River History: Riverside/Emrichsville

The largest feature of the Protected Reach is Riverside Park. The area surrounding Riverside Park…

White River’s Problems……Needs OUR Solutions!
White River’s Problems……Needs OUR Solutions!

We are extremely happy and encouraged to see all of the support, ideas, suggestions and…

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