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Often called the literary center of Indiana, Montgomery County was home to many authors such as Civil War General Lew Wallace, who wrote the famous novel Ben Hur. The Community of New Richmond was the filming site for views of the rural community in the Academy Award-nominated film “Hoosiers.”
This interesting combination depicts bronze leaves growing out of a limestone basketball, creating the impression of an ancient Roman helmet. The crest of the Roman helmet is formed by the rim and
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