The buildings that surround the Courthouse are a wonderful blend of architectural types. One was particularly interesting as it appears to be build out of stone. That would have been a costly structure. But if you look for damage to the exterior, you may find where the stone has been worn away revealing a 3-6 inch coating to look like stone over brick. It's a wonderful place to wander around looking at the buildings and visiting the stores.
Every town that sent troops to the Civil War (and that has to be everyone that existed at the time) has a memorial of some type. The one in Delphi is a traditional style. Tall, with statues of men in heroic stances. There are many varieties, including the unique tower in Indianapolis in the Circle and the Memorial Opera House in Valparaiso.
In 1838, the Potawatomi Indians were removed from Indiana by the State Militia. Their route took them through Carroll County along the Wabash River.
Battleground and West Lafayette