ⓘ Waveland, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Waveland, Indiana

Waveland was platted by John Milligan in 1835. The settlement began as a resting place at a good spring between Terre Haute and Lafayette, Indiana. After a trading post and post office were established, Milligan developed the surrounding property. By 1850, the town had three general stores, three churches, two inns, two wagon shops and a blacksmith. Waveland was the boyhood home of American Impressionist T. C. Steele. His parents, Samuel and Harriett, moved to the thriving settlement when Steele was five years old, around 1852. Steeles father rented a saddle shop from John Milligan. Young Steele was enrolled in the outstanding Waveland Academy. The Presbyterian Church had recognized the need for higher learning in this community and provided a new brick building for the education of children. Steele family records show that, until 1870, they owned the cottage at 110 Cross Street in Waveland, built on one of Milligans lots.

In Seybold home of George and T. C. Steele Boyhood home is listed on the National register of historic places.

                                     
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  • heading north toward Waveland passing through an intersection with U.S. Route 36 and a concurrency with State Road 236. In Waveland SR 59 enters from the
  • The New Waveland Cafe and New Waveland Clinic together formed a disaster response center consisting of a combination cafe, soup kitchen, medical clinic
  • college football, basketball, and baseball coach. Born and raised in Waveland Indiana Spruhan spent over fifty years of his life involved in Virginia sports
  • football coach in 1954 at Waveland High School Waveland Indiana and then moved on to Covington High School, Covington, Indiana leading the Trojans for
  • Maple Ridge, Old Hickory, Old Union and Wasson. Indiana State Road 47 Shades State Park Airport Lake Waveland Park Shades State Park southeast three - quarters
  • the Fred W. Kelley House, is a historic home located at Waveland Montgomery County, Indiana It was built in 1886 and is a three - story, Stick style frame
  • Milligan, also called South Waveland is an unincorporated community in Greene Township, Parke County, in the U.S. state of Indiana A post office was established