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Some 200 years ago, when the Potawatomi Indians were still among the region's primary inhabitants, there was a winding river that was christened "Coeur de Cerf"-the heart of a stag. Legend has it that the earliest settlers were captivated by a small island that resembled an elk's heart. By 1832, Havilah Beardsley began to lay the foundation for what would soon be known as the village of Elkhart. The little island which inspired the Elkhart name would later be called "Island Park." There were only a few dozen lots in that ...

Elkhart 2002, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

ISBN-13: 9781531613419

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Elkhart 2002, Arcadia Publishing (SC)

ISBN-13: 9780738519791

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