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Author of History of the Lake & Calumet Region of Indiana, Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter & Laporte. History of the Lake & Calumet Region of Indiana, Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter & Laporte.
William F. Howat; A Standard History of Lake County, Indiana. Chicago, Lewis, 1915, Thomas H. Cannon and others; History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana, Indianapolis, Historians' Assn. National Register of Historic Places in Indiana. Contributing property.
Indianapolis: Historians Association, 1927). Canon, Brian Q. "Immigrants in American Agriculture," Agricultural History 65 (1991), 17-35.
The following county histories are located in the microfilms area on the second floor of the library. F-2446 (vol. 1) F-2447 (vol. 2) Title: History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana embracing the counties of Lake, Porter, and La Porte. Please ask a librarian at the microforms desk or the reference desk if you need assistance with these materials. F-2445 Title: Lake County, Indiana, index of names of persons and of firms. Published: Indianapolis : .
Source: Cannon, Thomas . H. Loring, and Charles J. Robb. History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter and Laporte. Volume II. Indianapolis, Indiana: Historians' Association. 827 p. Page(s) in Source: 205-206. More Genealogy Tools.
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Lake Michigan Lake level Calumet beach Calumet phase Algonquin phase. Chrzastowski MJ, Thompson TA (1994) Late Wisconsinan and Holocene geologic history of the Illinois-Indiana coast of Lake Michigan. J Great Lakes Res 20(1):9–26CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lake Michigan Lake level Calumet beach Calumet phase Algonquin phase. J Great Lakes Res 20(1):9–26CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Clark JA, Pranger II HS, Walsh JK, Primus JA (1990) A numerical model of glacial isostasy in the Lake Michigan basin. In: Scheider AF, Fraser GS (eds) Late quaternary history of the Lake Michigan Basin, vol 251. Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, USA, Spec Paper, pp 111–123Google Scholar.
This region embraces the northern halves of the Indiana counties of Lake, Porter, and LaPorte. Shifting Sands" is composed of 16 chapters broken into two parts. Part one covers the use of land and natural resources along the Lake Michigan shoreline, while part two details the various restoration organizations and activities that have taken place to restore those natural resources. Each chapter is well illustrated and includes endnotes.
The Lake County area was now made a part of Porter County, a new political division cut out of the old LaPorte County. This status remained only until February, 1837, when Lake County was formed from Porter. Elections were held, and a justice of the peace chosen for each township.