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Excerpt from History of Mitchell and Marion Township, Indiana
It should be remembered that at the be ginning of the last century there was not a single white inhabitant in what is now Law rence County, and for several years after, in that part of the county embracing what is now Marion Township and while this part of the county had always belong ed to, or at least claimed, so far as we have history to guide us, by various Indian tribes, the first settlers found but little ev idence of any of them having lived here. This part of the country it seems had been claimed by several tribes but permanently occupied by . The early settler found no remains of Indian villages, nor was any land cleared to indicate that the red man had ever lived here. Occasionally the re mains of a Wigwam was found and the abundance of Indian arrow-heads and In dian axes found would indicate, however, that roving bands of Indians had been here perhaps, during the hunting seasons. And while we have but little evidence from which to conclude that this community was ever permanently occupied by the red man.
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