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Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana

The Foundation saves and restores historic places. It defends Indiana's architectural heritage and promotes preservation through education, advice, advocacy, heritage tours, and events at its historic sites. It owns and operates several historic sites, including the 1841 Huddleston Farmhouse, the 1865 Morris-Butler House, the 1810 estate Veraestau, and the turn-of-the-century hotels at French Lick and West Baden Springs.

The foundation offers lectures, educational resources, educational and recreational programs, and tours; its sites offer exhibits, tours, and other educational and recreational programs and are also listed individually in the National Education Clearinghouse's database of historic sites.

 
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