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Francesville

December 9, 2014

Population: 808 The town of Francesville was platted in 1853 by James Brooks of New Albany, then president of the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, shortly after the…

Medaryville

December 9, 2014

Population: 573 Medaryville was laid out in 1852, just ahead of the construction of the New Albany and Salem Railroad, later called the Monon Railroad. The town was…

Monterey

December 9, 2014

Population: 204 Originally known as the ‘DeMoss Settlement’, after one of the area’s first settlers, Monterey was officially platted as ‘Buena Vista’ in 1849. This name remained…

Winamac

December 9, 2014

Population: 2,332 Pulaski County was formally organized 6 May 1839, when a group of men met at a log cabin and designated “Winnemack”, on the bank of the…

Pulaski County, an Indiana legacy

December 9, 2014

The land that now forms Pulaski County was ceded by the Potawatomi Indians to the United States on 26 October 1832, in a treaty signed in Rochester…

Pulaski, a man with a history

December 9, 2014

Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski, for whom our county was named (Click here to see how we pronounce it, and why.), was born in the province of Podolia, Poland,…