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Hancock County (Indiana)
Images of America Series
by Joseph L. Skvarenina
Copyright 1998, Arcadia Publishing
128 pages, Softcover, 9.25"x6.5"
From the back cover:
Over the past one hundred years, Hancock County, Indiana has experienced
much growth and change. This extensive photographic essay compiled by Joseph
L. Skvarenina chronicles the years from 1880 to the present, providing the
reader with a visual viewpoint of local heritage, culture, and institutions.
Using over two hundred photographs from both private and public archives,
Hancock County, Indiana offers the reader an opportunity to journey down the
dusty roads of the past, revisiting the rich traditions of the community
that have made it unique in the annals of Indiana history. Many of these
images, which have never been published before, illustrate significant
moments from Hancock County's history, including scenes of schools,
churches, natural and man-made disasters, small towns, and armed conflict.
Enhanced by informative text, the images included in this hook truly capture
the spirit of the people of Hancock County.
Author Joseph L.
Skvarenina is a resident of Greenfield and serves as president of the
Hancock County Historical Society. This book allows longtime residents,
newcomers, and interested observers alike to meet and remember Hancock
County with pride. Teaching us about the past and inspiring stories of days
gone by, this book will undoubtedly become a treasured addition to the
personal libraries of residents and visitors for years to came.
This is a new "remainder" book. A remainder is a book that may
have been unsold by the publisher, or it may have been an "unsold" return
from a bookstore. It may have minor shelf wear on the cover, or other mild
imperfection. We do not ship books with major damage. No remainder mark.