A s economic spurt was fueled by the growth of the University of Southern Indiana. A Catalogue of American Newspapers. The land encompassing Evansville was formally relinquished by the Delaware in to General William Henry Harrisonthen governor of the Indiana Territory.
He focused on improving the city department portion of the newspaper. Dodge did not manufacture trucks at the time. Among other closures, Servel which produced refrigerators went out of business and Chrysler ended its local operations.
A growing housing demand also caused residential development to leap north and east of the city.
A Evansville paper blocks east of the main business district is the Riverside districtfeaturing tree-lined brick streets full of turn of the twentieth-century homes. Edward Tabor, a former Evansville paper for the paper, subsequently joined Frank M.
But the Ohio River flood of covered city blocks in Evansville, resulting in a major crisis. This was built and occupied from about A. The business district and riverfront feature riverboat gambling, restaurants, bars, and shops that attract tens of thousands of visitors each year. Dodge Brothers bought a controlling interest in Graham Brothers inpicking up the rest in Notable landmarks on the east side are the acre 1.
Excerpt from a letter written by Napoleon B. An Account of Vanderburgh County from its organization. Bureau of the Census. The Plymouth factory was converted into a plant which turned out "bullets by the billions," and many other companies switched over to the manufacture of war material.
Ayer and Son, The dependability of Graham trucks was due in part to their use of Torbensen internal gear drive rear axels.
Other streets nearby were later laid out on the cardinal points, due north-south, and east-west. Only two flat barges ever made the entire trip. He died in office on July 9, Tombaugh Publising House, A year later John left the paper and his brother William became the sole owner, publishing the paper under the firm name of WM.
Melissa Burlock The Evansville Daily Journal of Vanderburgh County was established in by William Town but did not appear as a daily untila year after Evansville was recognized by official charter as a city of Indiana.
Indiana University Press, Chandler became the joint owners and editors of the paper in History of Evansville, Indiana. After they sold it inthe glass factory became Libbey-Owens-Ford.
Carlile left the Journal in Novemberselling his interests to James H. Bodenhamer and Robert G. Free blacks living in Evansville about a hundred also held both skilled and blue-collar jobs despite being barred from coming into Indiana in by Article XIII of the state constitution.
Published in association with the University of Southern Indiana. A huge, acre shipyard complex was constructed on the riverfront east of St. Among the improvements the new proprietors made to the newspaper office was the installation of a steam engine and power press.
Town relocated to Evansville from the east and worked as both a grammar school teacher and printer. A History of Evansville, Indiana.
The project bankrupted the state and was so poorly engineered that it would not hold water. Sanders oversaw the increased circulation of the Journal throughout southwestern Indiana between and These vehicles had Graham chassis and some Dodge parts.
In Marchhe disseminated the first issue of the Evansville Journal and General Advertiserwhich was a pro-Whig later Republican paper.Today is the last day, December 6, that we will have a subscription to the Evansville courier. They have failed to deliver our Sunday paper aga. News and information for Evansville, Ind., and the tri-state area from the Courier & Press.
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