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The Village of Trask

Location: 1.4 miles east of I-69, exit 55 at SR 26 & S. Wheeling Pike, Trask. (Grant County, Indiana)

Erected 1995 Indiana Historical Bureau, Matthews Lions Club, Matthews Order of Eastern Star, Descendents of Trask and Issac G. Carter

ID# : 27.1995.2


Trask, like other pioneer villages, served an important commercial, social, and educational role for early settlers. The post office (1846-1901) marked the start and end of Trask's official existence. As travel improved, such villages disappeared or remained as residential communities like Trask


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