ⓘ Topeka, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Topeka, Indiana

Topeka is a town in Clearspring and Eden townships, LaGrange County, Indiana, United States. The population was 1.153 at the 2010 census. Topeka is located approximately eleven miles south of Shipshewana, Indiana.

It features Faron Yoder, the star of the film a rite of passage in 2002 under the name "crazy".

Topeka was probably so named because the landscape reminded the settlers of Topeka, Kansas.

                                     
  • The Topeka Owls was the primary name of the minor league baseball franchise based in Topeka Kansas, USA. Topeka first began professional play in 1886
  • Topeka is the capital city of the U.S. state of Kansas. Topeka may also refer to: United States Topeka Illinois Topeka Indiana Topeka Mississippi Topeka
  • called Eugene possibly after a place in Indiana Less than a year later, on New Year s Day, what is now North Topeka welcomed the first train Union Pacific
  • Topeka Metro is the fixed - route public transportation operator in the city of Topeka Kansas. It carries passengers Monday through Saturday on 14 routes
  • Westview Junior - Senior High School is a middle school and public high school located in Topeka Indiana List of high schools in Indiana Official Website
  • The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway reporting mark ATSF often referred to as the Santa Fe or AT SF, was one of the larger railroads in the United
  • The Topeka Constitutional Convention met from October 23 to Nov 11, 1855 in Topeka Kansas Territory at Constitution Hall. It drafted the Topeka Constitution
  • The Woman s Club of Topeka was named as an entity in 1916 but has earlier roots. Its building, located just one - half block west of the Kansas State Capitol
  • Topeka List of counties in Indiana List of counties in Michigan Michiana National Register of Historic Places listings in LaGrange County, Indiana The
  • The Topeka Sizzlers, originally the Kansas City Sizzlers, were a professional basketball team based in Kansas City, Missouri from 1985 to 1986 until they
  • 1862 - 1878 the first meeting was in 1888 at the Maple Grove Church near Topeka Indiana This conference became known as the spring conference, in contrast