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  • Saltire Games (1,285)
    Saltire Games is your buy here, play here store. We have all your favorite new and used board games, CCGs, CMGs, RPG's, minis, and war games. We carry FAMILY and YOUNG CHILDREN'S GAMES. If we don't have it, we will order it for you, and call you when it comes in. We also have plenty of FREE space for you to play your favorite games. We have food close by that you may bring in, and we have cold drinks and candy.
  • The Big Four Railroad In Indiana (1,035)
    The Big Four Railroad In Indiana - By Ared Maurice Murphy
    The railroad was the making of Fortville, in Hancock county, and in later years McCordsville, another thriving town in the same county, and built along the line.

    One town, however, on the railroad remains a "town of dreams unrealized." This is Oaklandon, 14 miles northeast of Indianapolis, named in memory of the great forest oaks which were felled there to make way for the railroad. With the advent of the road, the place having already been on the Pendleton pike, John Emery in 1849

    laid out streets and cross streets for a pretentious town that would accommodate hundreds of homes, stores, churches, schools, factories, mills, and even exporters and importers.

    However, it became a prosperous country town and no more; and today it is a pleasant, fairly active village of about three hundred and fifty.*

    *Indianapolis News, Feb. 10, 1923.
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    HIís mission is to ignite interest, create conversation and and spark action about and in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (526)
    The Oaklandon Historic District is located in the northeast corner of awrence Township in northeastern Marion County, and encompasses a ortion of the mid-19th century settlement known as Oaklandon. Located pproximately 14 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis, the aklandon area is currently a part of the city of Lawrence, which annexed t along with other unincorporated parts of the township in 1976.
    When Oaklandon was established in 1849 along the route of the Indianapolis and Bellefontaine Railroad, it was surrounded by farms and vacant land; now it is enveloped by the urban sprawl of Indianapolis and Lawrence. Late-20th century housing developments, ...
  • Lawrence Township, Marion County, Indiana (413)
    The Oaklandon Historic District is located in the northeast corner of Lawrence Township in northeastern Marion County, and encompasses a portion of the mid-19th century settlement known as Oaklandon. ...
  • Who was Amy Beverland? A history lesson about the school (410)
    INDIANAPOLIS -- With recent pushes to rename Amy Beverland Elementary after principal Susan Jordan, questions have come up over the history of the school -- specifically "Who was Amy Beverland?"
  • Dog Walker Bill (320)
    Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Services in
    Carmel, Fishers, Geist, Lawrence, McCordsville, Oaklandon, & Northeast Indianapolis
  • Lawrence Township - Marion County, INGenWeb (263)
    This township is situated in the extreme northeastern portion of the county, and is seven miles square, containing
    forty-nine square miles, or thirty thousand eight hundred and nineteen acres of land. It is bounded on the north by
    Hamilton County, on the east by Hancock County, on the south by Warren township, and on the west by Washington
    township. The surface of the country is generally level, except along the streams, where it is somewhat broken, and in
    some localities hilly.
  • Mi Tenampa Mexican Restaurant (251)
    We opened Mi Tenampa at the very beginning of 2012. Chef Agustin Sanches wanted to bring his love of creative cooking to his longtime hometown Indianapolis, and he certainly brought it in a big way! In creating Mi Tenampa Agustin and his family wish to share a little taste home with you and yours! 2004 Iron Chef Winner Chef Agustin has spent 20 years honing his art, learning to cook many kinds of cuisine. Come experience what the Mi Tenampa has to offer. We guarantee youíll love it! Mi Tenampa takes Taditional Mexican Cuisine and gives it a twist (also a pinch, a shake, and bakes it at 450 degrees). Be a little adventurous and try something new or stick with some of your tried and true favorites, we are confident you will be satisfied!

    You will LOVE our Restaurant! We have created a tasteful and comfortable taste of Southern Mexico right here in Central Indiana, complete with gorgeous tiles, colonnades, and a fountain! While some mexican restaurants are always cutting corners, here at Mi Tenampa Mexican Restaurant we are constantly perfecting our dishes and adding new and exciting dishes to our menu without cutting corners. We are convinced that we are your best choice when it comes to authentic mexican cuisine but donít take our word for it, come and experience it for yourself. Call ahead for your next dinner party, or just come by on date night. Weíll be here waiting for you! Thank you

    - Chef Agustin Sanchez
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    Oaklandon Unitarian Universalist Church