Southern Indiana Living

SEP-OCT 2018

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"We focus on regional food — very healthy," she said. "My vision is what I eat at home — low nitrates, fresh organic greens" Linda Williams, Owner of Cafe 157 Sept/Oct 2018 • 33 tists, banks, churches, an industrial park housing Jasper Engines, a modern jail and courthouse, three thriving rock quar- ries, restaurants and retail stores. And the county is home to the unique subter- ranean Marengo Warehouse and Distribu- tion Center. There have been a lot of changes in those 200 years, Toby said. "We now have several state highways and an interstate running through our county. That is quite different from the dirt roads and paths settlers had to travel 200 years ago when they were striving to establish a nearby county seat." • Local history and genealogical information is available at the Crawford County Historical and Genealogical Society Building on 310 Oak Hill Circle in English. Hours are Tuesday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., www.cchgs.org. CCHGS meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. New members are welcome. Tourism informa- tion is available at the Crawford County Tour- ism and Welcome Center, 6225 E. Industrial Lane, S.R. 66, in Leavenworth. phone toll free 888-755-2282. Pictured: (this page, top) Main Street S. R. 37 in English in the 1930s.; (bottom) e Print Shop in English in the early 1930s was owned by Arthur Flanigan great grandfather of Southern Indiana Living Magazine Publisher Karen Hanger // Photos submitted by Jon Combs Indiana had become the 19th state two years earlier. It was 1818. And on Jan. 29 of that year, Indiana Gov. Jonathan Jennings signed the order that created Crawford County.

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