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Exhibits & Collections

Maps and Plans

New Harmony Series VIII – Maps and Plans   New Harmony Series VIII – Maps and Plans is housed in the map case in the Branigin Archive.    Drawer 1 VIII.a  Maple Hill Cemetery maps VIII.b  Stewartsville Cemetery maps (photocopies) VIII.c  White County Bridge Blueprints VIII.d  White

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  New Harmony Series 15 Microfilm collection      Drawer 1 Newspapers  New Harmony Gazette 1825-1828 The Disseminator  1828-1841 Indiana Statesman 1842-1846 Western Atlas 1846-1847 New Harmony Advertiser  1858-1861 New Harmony Register 1867-1932 New Harmony Times   1892-1981 Posey County News * 1982-2005 *Continued in Drawer 2  NOTE: 

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New Harmony Series IV – Personal Papers   The first portion of the collection is made up of personal papers from various New Harmony residents.  The are arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the person to which they belong.  The remaining portion is divided into

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New Harmony’s Lincoln Connection

This month our nation celebrated the 200th birthday of Abraham Lincoln. This past week it was announced that Lincoln is rated as the finest of our forty-four commanders-in-chief. That comes as no surprise. Lincoln is a perennial favorite, looming large in the minds of Americans as Honest

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New Harmony Series VII – Accounts and Receipts   Folder 1          1810-1819                                                 25 April 1810               Mr. Rapp purchases items including 6 willow from Ann Hancock of Philadelphia.     Folder 2          1820-1829                                 18 Aug. 1822               Bill of lading for the Rebecca laying anchor

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New Harmony Series 14 – Newspapers   The morning chronicle.  London, England.  Jan.1-Dec.31, 1793.  50×32 cm. 1 v.   The new moral world: a London weekly publication developing the principles of the rational system of society conducted by Robert Owen and his disciples.  London, England  1834-1845.  Size

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