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Indiana Historical Bureau

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Second Principal Meridian

Location: "1.6 miles west of junction of SR 110 and SR 17 on north side of Marshall County Line Road/Fulton CR 1200 W/Pulaski CR 800 N/ and Starke CR 900 S. Marker is missing 5/22/07." (Marshall County, Indiana)

Erected by Indiana Sesquicentennial Commission 1966

ID# : 50.1966.1


This marker is on the corner of Starke, Marshall, Pulaski and Fulton counties and on the Second Principal Meridian. This Meridian is the line from which all east-west land descriptions and measurements are made. [state map]


Early Settlement and Exploration