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Glacial Geology of Wabash County, Indiana

Wayne, William J.; Thornbury, William D.
Fonte: Indiana Geological Survey Publicador: Indiana Geological Survey
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Indiana Geological Survey Bulletin 5; Most of the topographic features of Wabash County are of glacial origin or are glacial deposits eroded by postglacial streams. Shales, limestones, and dolomites, all Silurian, are exposed only along some of the deeper valleys. Four major rivers and six smaller streams in Wabash County flow in glacial sluiceways. Only the Eel and Wabash sluiceways carried large quantities of melt-water. The Eel River valley train occupies an interlobate position, and the Wabash Valley bears evidence of its roles as a sluiceway and as an outlet for glacial Lake Maumee in late Cary time. Three topographic areas comprise the upland part of Wabash County: the Tipton till plain, the Mississinewa terminal moraine, and the Packerton interlobate moraine. The buried bedrock surface of the county, as revealed by well records, suggests an old age topography which is correlated with the Lexington peneplain of Kentucky and southern Indiana. The preglacial and interglacial Teays River was the main stream across the county, and its associated "deep stage" was intrenched more than 300 feet below the upland. Where the "deep stage" is crossed by the Mississinewa moraine, the maximum thickness of drift is 410 feet. The present course of the Wabash River originated in late Tazewell time. Till of the Cary substage is heavier...

The Geology of Miami County, Indiana

Thornbury, William D.; Deane, Harold L.
Fonte: Indiana Geological Survey Publicador: Indiana Geological Survey
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Indiana Geological Survey Bulletin 8; Most of the geomorphic features of Miami County are of glacial origin or are glacial deposits that were modified by postglacial erosion. Three major and nine smaller valleys were sluiceways for glacial melt waters. The Wabash and Eel Valleys carried glacial outwash during both the Tazewell and Cary subages of the Wisconsin. As a result, thick and extensive valley trains were developed down these valleys. During part of the Cary subage the Wabash sluiceway was the outlet for Lake Maumee. Glacial deposits older than Wisconsin have not been recognized positively in Miami County. Wisconsin deposits consist of till, outwash, lake silts and clays, and undifferentiated sands of the Tazewell substage and outwash and wind-blown sands of the Cary substage. The upland area of the county has within it parts of three distinct units: parts of the Tipton till plain and the Packerton and Union City moraines. The till of the Packerton moraine is more sandy than that of the ground moraine of the Tipton till plain to the south and has associated with it extensive sand deposits of uncertain origin. Devonian limestones of Hamilton age and the Silurian Kokomo limestone, Liston Creek limestone, Mississinewa shale...

Environmental Geology of Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana - An Aid to Planning

Hartke, Edwin J.; Hill, John R.; Reshkin, Mark
Fonte: Indiana Geological Survey Publicador: Indiana Geological Survey
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Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 11; Indiana Geological Survey Environmental Study 8; Lake and Porter Counties are subdivided into three physiographically and geologically distinct regions: (1) the Calumet Lacustrine Plain, (2) the ValparaisoMorainal Area, and (3) the Kankakee Outwash and Lacustrine Plain. The surficial deposits of these regions, which range in thickness from 40 feet near the Kankakee River to more than 250 feet near Valparaiso, Ind,. Are the products, either directly or indirectly, of the Wisconsinan Age of glaciation. The Calumet lake plain is characterized by low-lying complexly intermixed clay, sand, and silt deposits, mostly of glacial Lake Chicago origin , The Valparaiso Moraine forms high ground in the two counties and is composed of clay-rich to fine sandy till. Sand and fine gravel deposits constitute the bulk of the Kankakee Outwash and Lacustrine Plain, this area being the low-lying outwash and flood plain for the glacially derived rivers as well as for the present Kankakee River. The two-county area has an abundance of geologic and geologically related resources; some of the most important are: (1) groundwater of the Kankakee Outwash and Lacustrine Plain and Valparaiso Morainal Area, (2) sand deposits of glacial Lake Chicago and of recent origin...

Effects of passive reclamation on water quality in the northeastern drainage of Augusta Lake, Pike County, Indiana

Comer, J. B.; Smith, R. T.; Ennis, M. V.; Branam, T. D.; Welp, L. R.; Simon, T. P.
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
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This presentation was given at the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) 2006 International Symposium, held in Indianapolis, Indiana, November 8-10, 2006.; Augusta Lake is a 33-acre man-made lake located on Mill Creek, a tributary of the Patoka River in the coal mining region of south-central Pike County, Indiana. The lake is strongly acidic (pH = 3.1-4.4) and mostly barren, receiving acidic inflows from a 1.5-square-mile drainage area, 60 percent of which consists of abandoned coal mines. The dominant source of acidity, sulfate, and metals is in the northeastern drainage area where acidic water seeps from mine spoil. An array of wetlands, anoxic limestone drains, and successive alkaline-producing systems (SAPS) was emplaced to treat this area. Beginning in 1997, water quality was monitored for 2 years at eight sites to evaluate the effectiveness of this passive reclamation strategy. The pH of water at all sites, other than the discharge from the SAPS and where surface water and SAPS outflow mix, remained acidic throughout the monitoring period. Acidity and pH varied seasonally at four sites, and pH was lowest and acidity highest during the months from late spring to early fall. Although Augusta Lake remained strongly acidic...

On the Peat Deposits of Northern Indiana

Taylor, Arthur E.
Fonte: Indianapolis, Indiana: Wm. B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding. Publicador: Indianapolis, Indiana: Wm. B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding.
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31st Annual Report of the Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources

Blatchley, W.S.; Taylor, Arthur E.; Shannon, Chas W.; Blatchley, Raymond S.; Kinney, Bryce A.; Epperson, James; Banks, Nathan; Williamson, E.B.
Fonte: Indianapolis, Indiana: Wm. B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding. Publicador: Indianapolis, Indiana: Wm. B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding.
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Field Notes: News from Traditional Arts Indiana

Traditional Arts Indiana
Fonte: Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University Publicador: Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University
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This issue of Field Notes focuses on three county fairs in Indiana, the Lake County Fair, the DuBois County Fair, and the Jackson County Fair. Also included was a report from the Indiana State Fair, where TAI Day featured mariachi and bluegrass performances, as well as an apprenticeship presentation and the State Fair Masters.; Indiana University Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana Arts Commission

January & February 2014 Release

Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah
Fonte: School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest Publicador: School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest
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The Northwest Indiana Coincident Index was developed by the School of Business and Economics at Indiana University Northwest. The monthly release provides a snapshot of the health of the economy for the region and a forecast for the next six months.; In February, the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index fell 0.5 points from 136.7 to 136.2. This decline follows a 0.6 point decrease in January. The two month fall in the index is primarily due to the unusually severe weather conditions during these months. Despite these declines, the forecast for the index over the next six months remains somewhat optimistic with weak growth of about 1-2%.

March & April 2014 Release

Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah
Fonte: School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest Publicador: School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest
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The Northwest Indiana Coincident Index was developed by the School of Business and Economics at Indiana University Northwest. The monthly release provides a snapshot of the health of the economy for the region and a forecast for the next six months.; In April the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index rose 0.7 points from 136.8 to 137.5. This growth follows a similar 0.6 point increase during March. The improvement in the index over the last two months is primarily due to the regional economy recovering following the unusually severe weather conditions during January and February that slowed growth. The forecast for the index and the regional economy over the next six months remains optimistic with growth of about 1-2%.

Lake County Claim Docket Index, 1897-1905 CRA105 – Volume 27

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
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This volume serves as an index for claims submitted to Lake County, Indiana government for reimbursement to persons and/or businesses providing goods and/or services to the county. Of particular interest are soldier burials, coroner inquests, and scalp bounties (fox and wolf). The Lake County Commissioners would fully or partially reimburse, or deny claim requests, as seen in this index. Unfortunately, there are no other documents associated with this index. The volumes are organized by surname of the taxpayer.

Lake County Insolvent Tax Payers Index, 1897-1915 CRA105 – Volumes 673-674-675

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
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These three volumes serve as an index of insolvent tax payers in Lake County, Indiana. Unfortunately, there are no other documents associated with this index. The volumes are organized by surname of the taxpayer.

Lake County Surety Bond Records, 1844-1853 CRA105 – Volume 9

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
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This volume contains surety bonds (bonds to ensure Township Treasurers abided by the rules and regulations of the Lake County Auditor). Information in these records include: treasurer’s name; auditor’s name; township and range for which they were responsible; details of duties and responsibilities; and signatures and dates of signing.

Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, Indiana Harbor Plant, Employee Cards – Box 8 CRA51

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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These records comprise 0.50 linear feet (1 box) of workers employed at the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company plant, located in Indiana Harbor (East Chicago), Indiana. According to Phyllis Bate, author of The Development of the Iron and Steel Industry in the Chicago Area (Ph.D dissertation, University of Chicago, 1948), in 1929, there were 4,600 employees at this plant. Unfortunately, we have only 105 personnel cards in this collection, with surnames beginning with the letters E and H. Each card lists the following information: Last Name; First Name; Age; and Race

Partnerships A-G

Latko, Martha
Fonte: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives Publicador: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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This collection provides information on small business partnerships in Lake County, Indiana, from 1910 to 1968.; Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives

Partnerships H-O

Latko, Martha
Fonte: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives Publicador: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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This collection provides information on small business partnerships in Lake County, Indiana, from 1910 to 1968.; Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives

Partnerships P-Z

Latko, Martha
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This collection provides information on small business partnerships in Lake County, Indiana, from 1910 to 1968.; Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives

Lake County Physicians' Licenses and Certificates Collection

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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Medical specialties of these physicians included chiropractic, naturopathy, electrotherapeutics, osteopathy, optometry, dentistry, and general practice. The collection also contains some records of registered nurses and midwives. The records may include some, or all, of the following information: Name; Certificate number; Date certificate was issued by the Board of Medical Registration and Examination; Examination/Court Date: Clerk’s name; Physician’s birthplace and birth date; Medical college attended and degree date; Location; Application certificate; License; Power of Attorney; Affidavit; Letters; and Poll Tax cards.

Lake County Claim Docket Index, 1897-1905

Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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This volume serves as an index for claims submitted to Lake County, Indiana government for reimbursement to persons and/or businesses providing goods and/or services to the county. Of particular interest are soldier burials, coroner inquests, and scalp bounties (fox and wolf). The Lake County Commissioners would fully or partially reimburse, or deny claim requests, as seen in this index. Unfortunately, there are no other documents associated with this index. The volumes are organized by surname of the taxpayer.

Introduction: Lake County School Teachers and Other Miscellaneous Records, 1931-1937

McShane, Steve
Fonte: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives Publicador: Indiana University Northwest. Calumet Regional Archives
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These records contain information about select teachers in Lake County, Indiana during most of the 1930s. The collection is arranged alphabetically by teacher surname. Types of data include address (local and home), high school attended with graduation date, advanced training institutions attended and graduation dates, experience by county and/or state, grades taught, total years/months, Indiana license grade levels, issue dates, and expiration dates, high school subjects taught, monthly salary, number of pupils, and present school assignment.

Lake County School Teachers and Other Miscellaneous Records, 1931-1937

Latko, Martha
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These records contain information about select teachers in Lake County, Indiana during most of the 1930s. The collection is arranged alphabetically by teacher surname. Types of data include address (local and home), high school attended with graduation date, advanced training institutions attended and graduation dates, experience by county and/or state, grades taught, total years/months, Indiana license grade levels, issue dates, and expiration dates, high school subjects taught, monthly salary, number of pupils, and present school assignment. If you locate a record of interest and would like a copy, please contact the Calumet Regional Archives at Indiana University Northwest at 219-980-6628 or email archivist Stephen McShane at smcshane@iun.edu.