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Phil Anderson, one time resident of Columbus and graduate from CHS in 1959 has put together a great website regarding the history of the JM&I railroad. This website also offers railroad history of the Columbus Indiana area.

Pioneer Railroad of the Northwest






Rhonda Bolner's website covering the history of the Orinoco Furniture Factory and Lincoln Chair.







Want to know what's happening in Columbus today? Check out this site








Columbus Indiana: Different By Design This website is a timeline of architectural history in Columbus Indiana, beginning with 1942 and running through 1971. It does require a "Flash Plug-In," which you (most likely) already have installed on your computer.


Have you visited the Atterbury/Bakalar Air Museum? A great site, providing lots of information on Columbus, Indiana soldiers who fought in WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.



The County History Preservation Society was developed by Ronald Branson. The site "represents the efforts of one individual with the purpose of providing a wide range of access to documents that are no longer available to the general public." The site includes almost 34,000 entries, and is highly recommended!



Marilyn Brackney's A Kid's Columbus website is a true joy and a wonderful learning experience! Be sure to check it out!

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