When Home Place Was a Little Town by Stephen C. Brown
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This is a high quality casebound (hardback) book of 286 pages.
Stephen Brown, former Home Place resident and historian, compiles his memories of the people and stories from Historic Home Place. From first settlers to present day, including detailed accounts of those pioneers buried in the Pleasant Grove cemetery at Founders’ Square, this book tells the story of everyday life in the “town that never was”. Not a town, but definitely a community. Post-annexation and just in time for the Hamilton County Bicentennial, the author presents a comprehensive historical overview of Home Place, Indiana. Contains several vintage newspaper articles and pictures.