Pulaski County is rich with history and lore. From the pronunciation of ‘Pulaski’ to our homegrown celebrities, locals have plenty of great stories to share.
Pulaski, a man with a history
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,…Read more
Pulaski County, an Indiana legacy
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…Read more
What’s in a name — or how you say it?
The truth is that we’re not 100-percent positive as to why we pronounce the name of our home ‘pə-las-sky’, when the Americanized Polish name is pronounced ‘pə-las-kee’….Read more
A number of notable people have come from, or been closely associated with, Pulaski County. Charles A. Arens, an early aviation enthusiast, constructed a biplane in 1915 and flew…Read more
Local journalist Karen Clem Fritz’s Pulaski County contribution to the Images of America series is an invaluable, accessible source for more of the history of our fair community;…Read more