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Located in southern Indiana’s scenic hills, Washington County was in the path of John Hunt Morgan’s Confederate Raiders during the Civil War. On July 10,1863, the Salem depot was burned, telegraph wires cut and merchants were ransomed in return for the sparing of their stores.
This piece is made up of 7 different-sized square and rectangular blocks, all with holes drilled into the surface. There is a reddish-purple square in the lower right corner. Each hole is illuminated by the glowing
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