ⓘ Wanatah, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Wanatah, Indiana

The first settlements were made at Wanatah in the 1850s when the railroad was extended to that point. Wanatah was platted in 1865. It was named for Wanata, a Native American leader.

                                     
  • South Wanatah is an unincorporated community in Cass Township, LaPorte County, Indiana South Wanatah was once called Roselle. Roselle was platted in
  • station broadcasting a Christian contemporary music format. Licensed to Wanatah Indiana United States, the station is currently owned by Olivet Nazarene University
  • in the United States: WHZN in New Whiteland, Indiana WONU in Kankakee, Illinois WTMK in Wanatah Indiana WUON in Morris, Illinois W237BY in Mason, Michigan
  • Heights LaCrosse Long Beach Michiana Shores Pottawattamie Park Trail Creek Wanatah Westville Fish Lake Hanna 463 Hudson Lake Rolling Prairie Alida Birchim
  • Branciforte 2012, p. 17. Phayre 1921, p. 69. Drexel 1920, p. 25. Wanatah Mirror 1919, p. 7. The Indiana Gazette 1926, p. 16. New York Tribune 1920, p. 10. Oakland
  • an intersection at US 421 northeast of Wanatah and an at - grade railroad crossing with the Chesapeake and Indiana Railroad. East of the railroad tracks
  • north. US 421 heads north towards Michigan City, passing through Monon, Wanatah and Westville. US 421 has intersections with State Road 16 SR 16 State
  • The 1934 35 Indiana Hoosiers men s basketball team represented Indiana University. Their head coach was Everett Dean, who was in his 11th year. The team
  • 2018. Manaea was raised in Wanatah Indiana He attended South Central Junior - Senior High School in Union Mills, Indiana for his first three years of
  • still maintained in LaCrosse. In 1955, the Sentinel was merged with the Wanatah Mirror and the name of the newspaper was changed to The Regional News.
  • Illinois WSLT in Statesboro, Georgia WSSU in Superior, Wisconsin WTMK in Wanatah Indiana WTTU in Cookeville, Tennessee WUSM - FM in Hattiesburg, Mississippi WVBL
  • I - 80 I - 90 have been removed. Michigan City Otis Westville Alida Haskell Wanatah South Wanatah La Crosse Wilders San Pierre Medaryville. North of Medaryville the