ORANGE COUNTY, INDIANA
ORANGE County, Paoli, Indiana Disability Attorneys
Orange County was formed in 1816 from parts of Knox County, Gibson County and Washington County. The county seat, Paoli, is named after Pasquale Paoli Ash, the 12 year old son of the (at that time) Governor of North Carolina. The courthouse was a log structure that was built for $25 in 1819 with a more permanent stone structure completed in 1850. This building is the second oldest Courthouse in the state that has been continuously used since its construction. Like the oldest courthouse in Ohio County, it is a Greek Revival building with two stories and a Doric portico supported by fluted columns; it has ornamental iron stairs and a clock tower. In 1970, the clock tower was damaged by fire.
In the early 19th century, the Quakers came from North Carolina to escape slavery and brought with them many of the freed slaves. These free men were deeded 200 acres of land in the heart of a dense forest in Orange County. Word of mouth soon spread the news, and this land became part of the “underground railroad” for runaway slaves. For many years, the freed slaves in this area farmed, traded, and sold their labor to others while living in this settlement. There was a church and cemetery built for their families.
All that remains today is the cemetery. Some of the headstones were broken or vandalized over the years. Several years ago, a Boy Scout Troop restored the cemetery, replacing the lost or broken stones with wooden crosses designating a grave. This area was nicknamed “Little Africa” due to the black settlement and later “Paddy’s Garden”.
Long Term Disability
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