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Excerpt from A Lecture Delivered Before the Indiana Historical Society, on the Early History of Indianapolis and Central Indiana: At the Hall of the House of Representatives, on Monday Evening, the 31st of January, 1853
The first delegate from the Indiana territory was Benjamin Parke; the second, Jesse B. Thomas, before alluded to, who is still living; and after the separation from Illinois, from 1810 to 1816 the Hon. Jonathan Jennings.
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