(5 x 7 1/4 In) This is an original vintage The Vincennes Fortnightly Club booklet from 1970. "Tourist's Guide to Historic Vincennes" Indiana is 40-pages long and contains a sort of Self Guided tour of Vincennes. Topics Include:

The Old Post Trail

The Place of Vincennes in American History

George Rogers Clark Memorial: (Kentucky: Entering the Great Valley; Cahokia Peace or War with the Indians; The Wabash: Through Wilderness and Flood; Vincennes: The British Barrier to the West; Fort Sackville: Britain Yields Possession; Marietta: The Northwest a New Territory; St. Louis: The Way Opened to the Pacific.

The Lincoln Memorial Bridge

The Old French Cemetery

The Cathedral

The Old Cathedral Library

Chapel Used By Students of the College of Vincennes and St. Clare's Convent

Map of Vincennes

Where the Women of Vincennes Served Meals to the Soldiers of Col. Clark

Site of the Supposed Home of Alice of Old Vincennes

Early French Houses

Site of the Home of Madame Godare, the Betsy Ross of the Northwest Territory

Route of Clark's Advance on Vincennes

The Grave of Col. Francis Vigo

The Grave of General Washington Johnston

The Bonner-Allen Mansion

The Niblack Residence

Home of Vincennes Masonic Lodge No. 1

The Knox County Courthouse and Soldier's Monument

Sugar Loaf Mound

St. Rose Academy

Fort Knox

Replica of Elihu Stout's Printing Office

First Capitol of Indiana Territory 

The William Henry Harrison Mansion

Vincennes University

The Old Ellis Mansion

Site of the Home of Col. Francis Vigo

The Old State Bank

The Lincoln Monument

Francis Vigo

Father Gibault

William Henry Harrison 


The booklet is in VERY GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, a few small stains on cover, writing on some pages.

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