A report on Kokomo, Indiana

Photograph of the Elliott House in the Old Silk Stocking Historic District
David Foster, Founder of Kokomo
Natural gas miners and their drill, near Kokomo, Indiana during the Indiana Gas Boom, c. 1885
Elwood Haynes driving in his first automobile, the 1894 Pioneer, photo taken c. 1910
1904 newspaper advertisement for Haynes-Apperson
Ryan White in 1989 at a fundraising event in Indianapolis
Location of the Kokomo-Peru CSA and its components:
Downtown Kokomo in 2008
City Hall and Police Department building.
Seiberling Mansion
Old Ben – Born in 1902 and acclaimed as "The largest steer in the world"
The Vermont Covered Bridge – Another attraction to be found in Highland Park
US 31 in Kokomo in 2005, now designated State Road 931.
Weather of Kokomo during December 2016
Weather of Kokomo during December 2016
U.S. 31 during winters near Kokomo

City in Indiana and the county seat of Howard County, Indiana, United States.

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An Indiana Klan gathering in Muncie, Indiana in 1922

Indiana Klan

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Branch of the Ku Klux Klan, a secret society in the United States that organized in 1915 to promote ideas of racial superiority and affect public affairs on issues of Prohibition, education, political corruption, and morality.

Branch of the Ku Klux Klan, a secret society in the United States that organized in 1915 to promote ideas of racial superiority and affect public affairs on issues of Prohibition, education, political corruption, and morality.

An Indiana Klan gathering in Muncie, Indiana in 1922
Population of white male residents of each Indiana county who belonged to the Klan during the 1920s
D.C. Stephenson, Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana and other northern states during the height of Klan power in the 1920s
Edward L. Jackson, the 32nd Governor of Indiana, who had the strong support of the Indiana Klan in the 1920s

As a reward and in recognition of Stephenson's recruiting success, Evans appointed Stephenson as Grand Dragon of the Indiana Klan and head of recruiting for seven states north of Mississippi during a 1923 Fourth of July gathering of the Klan in Kokomo, Indiana, with more than 100,000 members and their families attending.

Jean Baptiste Richardville

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Jean Baptiste de Richardville (c.

Jean Baptiste de Richardville (c.

Richardville's grave at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Fort Wayne
Richardville House in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Chief Richardville house, ca. 2008, at Huntington, Indiana

Richardville and the other Miami leaders also negotiated with federal government officials to exempt from the land cessions an area known as the Miami National Reserve, a tract of land encompassing 875000 acre, approximately 37 mi2, in central Indiana, east of present-day Kokomo and 30 mi northeast of Indianapolis.

Northwestern High School (Indiana)

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Northwestern High School is a public high school located approximately 4.5 miles northwest of the city limits of Kokomo, Indiana, United States.

Kokomo Municipal Airport

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Kokomo Municipal Airport is five miles northeast of Kokomo, in Howard County, Indiana.

WIOU (AM)

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WIOU (1350 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Kokomo, Indiana.

Nickel Plate Trail

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Rail trail that encompasses 44 mi of abandoned railroad corridor in north central Indiana.

Rail trail that encompasses 44 mi of abandoned railroad corridor in north central Indiana.

The trail runs from Rochester to Kokomo.

Kokomo Transmission

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Kokomo Transmission is a Chrysler automobile factory in Kokomo, Indiana.

Kokomo Municipal Stadium

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Kokomo Municipal Stadium is a baseball stadium in Kokomo, Indiana, United States.

Kokomo City-Line Trolley

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Kokomo City-Line Trolley, also simply known as "The trolley", is a free fixed transportation route serving the city of Kokomo, Indiana, in Howard County.

Winamac Southern cabooses in Lincoln, Indiana.

Winamac Southern Railway

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Short-line railroad in northern Indiana, United States, operated under lease by the Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway.

Short-line railroad in northern Indiana, United States, operated under lease by the Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway.

Winamac Southern cabooses in Lincoln, Indiana.

It owns two lines radiating from Logansport to Kokomo and Bringhurst, and formerly a third to Winamac, all former Pennsylvania Railroad lines acquired from Conrail in 1993.