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  1. Digitization of Dorothy Ross’ family history collection chronicling the lives of the earliest, free African American settlers as well as the formation of one of the earliest settlements of free people of color in the state of Indiana will provide historical, cultural, and contextual insight as the city and state both prepare for their 200 ...

  2. Sep 18, 2016 · Dorothy Ross treasures these artifacts. ... that the rest of us can learn about the history and traditions of the Lost Creek settlement. ... it is Indiana's history," said Dee Reed, Ross's ...

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  4. Dorothy loved gardening, history, and her community. She devoted many years of active service at the Lost Creek Grove, Lost Creek Missionary Baptist Church and Stewart Lawn Cemetery. She was well known as a local historian with decades of research on the Lost Creek Settlement. She delighted in sharing genealogy and historic family memorabilia.

  5. Sep 11, 2019 · Dorothy loved gardening, history and her community. She devoted many years of active service at the Lost Creek Grove, Lost Creek Missionary Baptist Church and Stewart Lawn Cemetery. She was well known as a local historian with decades of research on the Lost Creek Settlement. She delighted in sharing genealogy and historic family memorabilia.

  6. Oct 24, 2017 · 94-year-old Dorothy Ross received the History Maker award on Sunday. The Vigo County Historical Society presented the award to Ross. Ross is currently an active historian with decades of research for the Lost Creek Settlement.

  7. The Lost Creek Settlement was an area of approximately 20 sq. miles, or 12,800 acres. It was located in the bordering areas of Lost Creek, Otter Creek, and Nevins Townships in Vigo County, Indiana. The ancestors of the pioneers who came to the Lost Creek Settlement, had been "Free" since the colonial period of America.

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