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2 edition of history of Indianola found in the catalog.

history of Indianola

Lelia Seelingson

history of Indianola

by Lelia Seelingson

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Published by Cuero Record in Cuero, Tex .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled and written by Lelia Seelingson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 89/02685 (F)
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1819729M
LC Control Number89827882

Indianola, Oklahoma- The Historic Onion Capital of the World. 1, likes 8 talking about this 14 were here. A resource for the community of Indianola.5/5(7). Book Your Retreat. Why Indianola? Since Camp Indianola has been a sanctuary for individuals and groups to spend time away from the routines and responsibilities of daily life. It is a place of perspective and vision provided by the sweeping view of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.

History in a Watersoaked Pecan Shell Started in as Indian Point, the town almost immediately entered into a rivalry with Port had taken the role of leading port south of Galveston after Linnville was burned by Comanches in Indianola is Texas' Queen of ghost Thurber (west of Ft. Worth) was nearly as colorful, Thurber's history had to do with labor relations. The Library offers public computers, story times, book clubs, eBooks, audiobooks, and books, of course! Parks & Recreation. Indianola Parks and Recreation offers wholesome recreation opportunities for the enjoyment of all people. Police Department.

  Food, clothes, supplies, books, mail, newspapers, medicine, friends, relatives, guests, pets, everything came by boat" (Rose Marie Clung, in Indianola Breeze, November , quoted in in Indianola: A Community Memoir, 36, and in Langlie, "A Short History.") Passengers sometimes made community decisions aboard ship, and abundant local lore and.   Indianola is about the events as they occurred in chronological order. &#;&#; The chronological method enables the reader to become immersed in the evolving life of the port and see those events through the eyes of the residents there, who knew not what the outcome would be-- Author: Brownson Malsch.


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History of Indianola by Lelia Seelingson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book describes in detail anecdotes of small-town life along the Texas coast in the nineteenth century down to how Christmas was celebrated. A fascinating anecdote recalls the arrival at Indianola of camels for use in Texas/5(18).

This book is part of the collection entitled: Star of the Republic Museum Objects and was provided by Star of the Republic Museum to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.

It has been viewed times, with 8 in the last month. The name of the book, published inis "Indianola and Other Poems," and its yellowed pages, bound together by string, are as fragile to the touch as would be a human born the same year.

I will digress just long enough to tell you research gleaned that. Neglected, even overlooked, by historians in this century, Indianola must be restored to her rightful place in the annals of Texas.

The eyes of Texas must be refocused on the vastly important role she played in its development as Republic and State. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

She and fellow resident Jack Henry, 72, became the driving force behind a new book, "Indianola: A Community Memoir," recently published by the Indianola Beach Improvement Club. "When my dad, Dean, went to Dorothy saying we should record the history and stories of the people in this community before it was too late, he knew very well that she.

Indianola and Matagorda Island, A Local History and Visitor's Guide for a Lost Seaport and a Barrier Island on the Texas Gulf Coast. The first newspaper in Indianola was the Bulletin, founded in by John Henry Brown.

Other papers of the period were the Courier, the Times, and the Indianolan. The town was incorporated inthe year in which City Hospital began operation. In and two shiploads of camels were landed at Indianola.

The Indianola Immigrant Database is an effort to record Indianola immigration via family history, printed histories, and other sources that are often provided by descendents. The project began in as a project of the Victoria County Historical Commission.

The designation of the town name- Indianola is not well documented but oral history shares the story that the name Indianola was to be found on a stove in the general store. And likely the name Indianola was chosen to honor the area of Mississippi- “IndianBayou”, later Indianola, Mississippi, where many local Choctaws were relocated from to Oklahoma.

A History of Indianola Page: 4 of 9 [14] p. ; 22 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Star of the Republic Museum Objects and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the Star of the Republic Museum.

All Smithsonian museums and Smithsonian Libraries locations continue to be closed to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID We are not announcing a re-opening date at this time and will provide updates on a regular and as-needed basis.

Incorporated as a town inIndianola's roots were first set at Indian Point, three miles to the north of Powderhorn Bayou. At Indian Point, an American settlement had sprung up in a year after Texas had become a state. INDIANOLA Indianola Railroad Company was chartered on Januto build from the port of Indianola at Powderhorn Bayou on Matagorda Bay fifteen miles to a connection with the San Antonio and Mexican Gulf Railroad at Clark Station in Calhoun County.

The SA&MG had begun construction at Port Lavaca inits avowed destination being Victoria and San Antonio. Fascinating history of early settlers to a Texas seaport later abandoned, primarily because of repeated destruction by hurricanes and other problems.

Fred Arto's (Johnny's uncle) relatives came from here. The book showed the impact of nature, interesting competition between cities, and the courage and vision of the early settlers of that region/5. Known as the " Republican River Flood," it will long be remembered by people up and down the river.

Indianola didn't lose anyone in the flood, but it was lucky. In Indianola's bank reopened and things started looking up for the town again. Induring the war, Indianola was chosen for the site of a prisoner of war camp. The complete History of Warren County, Iowa published by the Union Historical Company This detailed ( pages in all) history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Warren County, Iowa from its earliest settlement up to In the Indianola Press served as the community's newspaper, followed in by the Indianola Enterprise.

Economic events propelled Indianola into decline, beginning with the collapse of the cotton market in and the Wall Street crash increating the Great Depression.

This book focuses on the history of ballooning in Indianola, which hosted the U.S. National Hot Air Balloon Championships from toand the National Balloon Classic from to the present.

This is the story of how Indianola became the ballooning capital of : USS Indianola, an ironclad river gunboat propelled by both side wheels and screw propellers, was built in Cincinnati, Ohio by Joseph Brown.

She had 3 inch iron armor plate over 3 feet thick wooden hull. [1] The danger that Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith, whose troops had reached Covington, Kentucky, just across the Ohio River, would capture Cincinnati, prompted Major General Lew.

Linda Wolff goes into great detail in bringing the rich history of Indianola and Matagorda Island to life in this book. Designated a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in In addition to the history also provides a guide to the wildflowers, the birds, the wildlife and brings the reader to current time and the Matagorda Island State : Wild Horse Media Group LLC.Indianola is the site of the National Balloon Classic, held annually in late July or early August, and is home of the National Balloon Museum, which has exhibits on the history of ballooning.

The Des Moines Metro Opera, headquartered in Indianola, performs three grand operas there every summer.The Indianola Beach Improvement Club's history committee is out to correct that problem.

By this summer, says committee chairman Jack Henry, they hope to have enough information rounded up to enable them to publish a history book about the little hamlet in North Kitsap. Some of the oral history about the village is murky, indeed.