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Early Parke County communities centered on mills established along Sugar Creek, Big Raccoon Creek and their branches. Montezuma was already a Wabash River port when the Wabash and Erie Canal arrived in 1848. Today there are more than 32 covered bridges in the county, which are celebrated each fall at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival.
This piece depicts a cluster of three-dimensional, pentagonal roofed structures of various sizes protruding from a backdrop of lines indicating rushing
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