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Westfield Blooms visually signifies and portrays the City of Westfield, IN’s past, present and future. Westfield was founded on May 6,1834 by three Quakers: Asa Bales, Nathan Parker and Ambrose Osborne. They laid out the original plat containing 48 lots in the area that is now downtown. Founded on their values of education, simplicity, responsibility and equality for all people, this town was a positive force in the Underground Railroad, and the people of the town gave refuge to those seeking
Date created: 2011
101 South Union St., Westfield, IN, 46074
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