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Tippecanoe County Historical Association and Historical Sites

The Association operates several historical sites in the county. The Tippecanoe County Historical Museum is housed in the Gothic Revival home built by Moses Fowler in 1851–1852; Fort Ouiatenon recreates an early French trading post blockhouse (1717–1791); and the Tippecanoe Battlefield memorializes the 1812 battle between Indiana Territories and Shawnee forces.

The society offers research library access, occasional living history events, and educational and recreational programs; the museums offers exhibits; the fort offers occasional living history events, exhibits, and tours; the battlefield offers exhibits and tours.

 
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