Books & Booklets
By Daniel McDonald. A 292 page reproduction of the history of Marshall County from 1836-1880, along with the 1908 and 1922 atlases, now with added index. Windmill Publications, Inc. 2001.
A 120 page booklet published by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. 1990.
By Amy Lant Wenger. Soft bound. 2010.
A walking tour guide, this 32 page booklet includes various photos and history of Plymouth’s residential North & South Michigan Street and downtown commercial district.
A reproduction of Vol. IV, No. 3 Headlight. This reproduction issue (ca 1898) focuses on the men, women and organizations of Plymouth, Indiana at the turn of the century. It includes photographs and biographies.
By David E. Longest. A 128 page pictorial history of trains, depots and other related structures. Soft bound.
The Plymouth High School Class of 1961 designed this notebook with 100 replicated postcards from the Tom Scheetz collection. The Plymouth sites are enlarged to fit one postcard per page for better viewing. Printed on high quality archival paper and displayed in sheet protectors.
A 180 page publication with history of Plymouth Public Schools including graduate rosters of Washington, Lincoln and Plymouth High Schools.
Notebook with 60 pictures of Tyner people and structures including the school, churches, and the old I.O.O.F. Lodge. One picture per page, printed on high quality archival paper and inserted in sheet protectors.
By A. DeKay (Adelbert Knott). This 64 page reprinted book of the Life and Confessions of the Queen recounts her life including her years in Polk Township. This is a must-have book for anyone interested in the history and people of Polk Township.
A 112 page 100th Alumni Celebration pictorial review of most of the graduating classes.
Sesquicentennial Celebration of 2003 includes history of the town, businesses and people.
An updated history of Bourbon published for the United States Bicentennial-1976. A 60 page written history including black and white photos and sponsor advertisements.
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By Lloyd Anderson, a lifelong West Township resident.
A 124 page collection of images of the Bremen area, families, businesses and churches by Tammy (Kuhn) Venable.
Created for the Yellow River Festival, this 12 page cookbook features recipes centered on 19th century living.
This 96 page reproduction contains a collection of promotional hype by towns on the trail as well as ads for products and services available.
By Alice & John Ridge. A 92 page publication of photos, maps and history.
By Harold A. Meeks. A 194 page soft bound book with text and black and white photos. 2000.
This brochure reproduction includes 31 pages of road condition maps as well as touring information.
By Russell S. Rein and Jan Shupert-Arick. Includes 126 pages of photos and images. 2011.
By Jan Shupert-Arick. Includes 15 vintage photographs exploring the Lincoln Highway's past in Indiana.
By Jan Shupert-Arick for the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association. 2009. 126 pages.
By Brian Butko. This soft bound book includes 187 pages with colorful photographs of sites found along America’s first coast to coast road. 2009.
By Brian Butko. This hard bound book includes 278 pages of text and colorful photographs of the history of America’s first coast to coast road. 2005.
The Lincoln Highway was the first coast to coast highway in the United States. This DVD tells the history of how this famous highway originated through film clips, historic photographs and narration.
By Karl A. Keiper. A soft bound 123 page historical story written about Native Americans living in Indiana from 1600 to 1850.
By Betty Wenino. A Spiral bound book of photos and the history of the lake.
Compiled by Lynn E. Garn, Ronnie E. Hawkins Sr. and G. Christian Larsen. 2005. Hard-cover. 700 pages.
By Larita Killian. The life story of Anna Rouch MacKenzie, the daughter of an orphan train girl, based on letters home to Della and Ray Fribley. 164 pages.