Warrick County, Indiana
Welcome to the Warrick County American Local History Network page. As you can see we
are just getting started here. We are Gilbert and Christopher Schmitt, the page hosts. Genealogy is about a lot
more than gathering names of relatives and ancestors. Those who miss or ignore the historical aspects of their
lines are missing the full story of their family history. This will be a gathering place for historical information
on Warrick County with original content and links to other pages of Warrick County interest. If you have a home
page or know of one related to Warrick County history contact us and we will check it to place in this page.
About Warrick County
Warrick County was named for Captain Jacob Warrick wha was fatally wounded at the
battle of Tippecanoe. Before dying of his wounds the Captain lived long enough to see victory at the battle. Warrick
county was named by William Henry Harrison in honor of his friend.
Anderson, Boon, Campbell, Greer, Hart
Lane, Ohio, Owen, Pigeon, Skelton
Towns Of Warrick County
46 listed as of 30 March 2002 with information on over half of them.
Revised 30 March 2002.
Researching Warrick County
USGenWeb Census Project
Warrick County Cemeteries
Warrick County Biographies: Stories of some of the
Society of Indiana Pioneers:
Warrick County Libraries
Warrick USGenWeb Project
Marsha's Warrick Page
Warrick County Indiana Local History,
Places of interest in Warrick County
Thresherman Park Where the past lives on. Show dates included.
Scales Lake Park Presented to Warrick by Indiana.
Lynnville Park From abandoned mine to beautiful park.
Angel Mounds State Historic Site.
Camping is available at both Scales and Lynnville. Cabins and shelter houses are also available at Scales.
State and Territory Page
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