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SHARING OUR STORIES 

Stories are important.  They connect us.  They teach us.  They inspire us.  Stories help us understand our place in the world.  They help us understand other people, cultures, places, and times.  Stories can clarify events and emotions.  Some stories may be cathartic for the teller, and enlightening for the reader.  Sharing stories can help ourselves and inform others.   

 

Click the links below to be connected with such stories.

In the future, we hope to add more buttons to this page, because everyone likes a good story and everyone has a story to tell.  If you have a story to share, please let us know by clicking here and sending us a message: 

Sharing Our Stories is made possible in part by a grant made in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Putnam County Blacksmiths

Shared by Lane Ralph

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Sawing Logs

Compiled by Malcolm Romine

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"My Boys"
 

Shared by Beverly

Wager

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Oh Mom! Memories of the Omar Man

Shared by Sandra Clodfelter Elliot.

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Dad and the USS Indianapolis

Shared by Jeffery McCall. 

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Banks of
Putnam County

Shared by Malcolm Romine

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Pingleton Family Sawmill

Shared by Malcolm Romine

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First Responders in Putnam County

Shared by John McPherson

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Papa and the Farmer:
an O'Hair Story

Shared by Sheila Kee.

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Grandma Annie Clodfelter's Busy Days

Shared by Malcolm Romine.

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Depression Days in
Putnam County

Shared by Malcolm Romine

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Charles H. Barnaby and his Lumber Mill

Shared by Malcolm Romine

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Memories of Pearl
O'Hair

Shared by Cathy (O’Hair) Clodfelter

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The Past Repeats
Itself

Shared by Susan Stewart.

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