Indiana's Historic Pathways

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  • A Sidelong Glance at the Second Street Baptist Church

    New Albany’s Second Baptist Church stands, exampling Greek Revival-style building with red brick and a white steeple with a large clock.

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  • Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site

    The pale peach-colored, three-story French, Second-Empire mansion is seen through the trees from across the street.

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  • Scenic Countryside along Indiana's Historic Pathways

    Horses graze in a green pasture before a leafy woods.

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  • Inside the Freeman Field Museum

    Black and white photos adorn the walls while a mannequin in authentic World War II stands next to a glass display case as part of an exhibit in the Freeman Field Museum.

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  • Hillforest Victorian Mansion

    Graceful double porches and a rounded belvedere at Hillforest reflects a steamboat-influenced design while autumn leaves create a colorful layer on the front lawn.

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  • Busching Covered Bridge in Early Autumn

    A hint of yellow creeps into leaves behind the historic red covered bridge, built over Laughery Creek within the wooded hills of Versailles State Park.

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  • Lewis and Clark Sculpture at Falls of the Ohio State Park

    A metal sculpture of Lewis and Clark stands in the left foreground of the Falls of the Ohio State Park’s Interpretive Center.

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  • Autumn on New Albany's Mansion Row

    Lined with trees displaying fall colors and beautiful historic homes, the brick sidewalks of New Albany’s Mansion Row Historic District provide a lovely setting for a stroll in any season.

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  • West Baden Springs Hotel and Gardens

    The large, pale yellow hotel with the massive domed roof and towers is nestled among a wooded setting flanked by gardens.

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  • Historic Home Veraestau

    Sitting on a bluff overlooking the Ohio River, the Historic Home Veraestau is a large white house with screened-in porches on the front and is surrounded by skeletal, leafless trees.

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  • Looking at the George Rogers Clark Memorial

    People admire the impressive columns and circular stonework of the George Rogers Clark Memorial, which sits on the banks of the Wabash River.

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  • Sunlight Through Pioneer Mother's Forest

    The towering, ancient trees in the Pioneer Mothers Forest have a heavy green canopy of leaves between which sunlight filters through.

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  • Vincennes' Old State Bank

    Posing a stone facade, four massive columns, and brick sides, the Greek Revival-style Old State Bank is visible from the Indiana's Historic Pathways byway.

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  • An Angled Shot of Grouseland

    Tree branches frame Graceland, a majestic two-story brick home built in the style of a Virginia Tidewater Plantation.

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  • Greenhill Cemetery Memorial

    A large memorial limestone memorial topped with a figure of a man with his tools stands in the Greenhill Cemetery along the Indiana's Historic Pathways. The bottom inscription reads, “Bedford Stonecutters Association.” It stands as an example of the artistry found in the cemetery’s limestone markers, as well as a memorial to living and deceased craftsmen in the industry.

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  • The Sidewalk Leading to the Orange County Courthouse

    Standing impressively in the Paoli town square, the County Courthouse features Greek Revival architecture and large columns in the front.

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  • The View From George Rogers Clark Cabin Homesite

    The waters of the Ohio River run blue, as seen from the vine-covered porch of the Clark replica cabin; in the distance the Louisville/New Albany bridge spans the river.

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