Battle of Old Towne

On August 7, 1791, on orders from Washington D.C. to scatter the native Miami tribes, General John Wilkinson led 525 Kentucky troops against the village of Old Towne. The site of Old Towne is just northeast of Adamsboro on the Eel River.

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Cass County Arts Alliance

400 E Melbourne Ave
Logansport, IN
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The Cass County Arts Alliance encompasses the Performing Arts Council, Logansport Art Assoc. and Logansport Civic Players. The CCAA is host for the 2 Rivers Music Festival and Art on the Avenue.

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574-735-ARTS

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Cass County Historical Society Museum

1004 East Market Street
Logansport, IN
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The Jerolaman-Long home was built for Dr. Jerolaman in 1853 by George Bevan. There is so much to see from the moment you set foot in the door. The parlor welcomes you in Victorian decor splendor. The museum houses thousands of artifacts of by-gone days.

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574-753-3866

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Cole Clothing Museum

900 E Broadway
Logansport, IN
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Magnificent Queen Ann Victorian home, vintage clothes, pre-1900s through 1970s, tea and style shows by appointment.

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574-753-4058


Lanedale Pottery

4786 W County Road 900 N
Royal Center, IN
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Showcasing works by husband and wife team Billy Cooper and Li Cooper, Lanedale Pottery has biannual open house events and provides pieces to craft shows across the Mid West. They specialize in functional handmade stoneware and porcelain pottery.

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574-643-9390


Logansport Art Association

424 Front Street
Logansport, IN
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The Logansport Art Association sponsors events designed to bring the community and arts closer together, such as classes, the Spring and Fall Art Walk and The Garden Tour. Visit the Gallery to indulge in a variety of artistic offerings.

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574-735-2915

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Longcliff Museum

1098 S State Road 25
Logansport, IN
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The museum's displays include artifacts from 1888 that are original to the hospital. Current exhibits include patient artwork, historical pictures, medical instruments, farming equipment, and recreational equipment. The museum is open by request.

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574-737-3712 or 574-737-3802


McHale Performing Arts Center

1 Berry Lane
Logansport, IN
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This top-notch facility has 819 seats with 8 handicapped and companion seating at street level. Sennheiser infrared hearing assistance system is available. This facility has seen performances by The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Ray Charles and many more.

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574-753-4116

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Mercedes Brugh GLASS

1315 E Market St
Logansport, IN
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Lovers of fine American Craft will be delighted to discover that Logansport has a Niche Award finalist, a 

 

glass artist who sells in forty fine craft galleries across the United States.   Mercedes Brugh GLASS 

 

welcomes visitors by appointment.  Shop for limited-edition etched glass bowls for tabletop or wall, 

 

priced up to $940.00, or jewelry and wine stoppers as low as $39.95.  Call 812.272.7417 for 

 

appointment.  More at her website, MercedesBrughGLASS.com.

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812-272-7417

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Pear Tree Gallery

331 East Market Street
Logansport, IN
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The Pear Tree Gallery is located in downtown Logansport, Indiana. They provide original art, prints, professional custom framing and art classes utilizing their 30 years of experience in the art and design field.

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574-737-8374

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The Depot (Iron Horse Museum)

400 E Melbourne Ave
Logansport, IN
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The Depot building is home to the Iron Horse Museum, which displays very unique train memorabilia donated by local railroaders.  Open by appointment.

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574-722-9345


Wabash Erie Canal Historical Marker

High St and Fifth Street
Logansport, IN
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Trade and emigration route from Lake Erie to Evansville. Completed through Logansport 1840. Followed Erie Avenue and 5th Street crossing Eel River by wooden aqueduct. Abandoned about 1876.

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