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Employment History

President

Clarksville Historical Society


Vice President

Clarksville Historical Society


Vice President

Historical Society


President

Hood and Historical Society


Affiliations

Historical Society

Member


Historical Society

Representative


Web References(56 Total References)


genevents.genwebsite.org

Jane Sarles, president of the Clarksville Historical Society, will present "The History of Clarksville, Indiana" at the August 4 meeting of the Southern Indiana Genealogical Society.
Ms. Sarles is the author of "Clarksville: An Images of America Book.


www.washtimesherald.com

"We are definitely excited about that," said Jane Sarles, president of the Clarksville Historical Society.


www.courier-journal.com [cached]

"We want people to remember that they have a very historic spot," said Jane Sarles, vice president of the Clarksville Historical Society, one of the event organizers. Weavers, spinners, broom makers, a wagon drawn by four oxen, cannons and more were brought in "just to try to show people what life was like in the time of Lewis and Clark and George Rogers Clark," Sarles said.


www.news-tribune.net

Jane Sarles, vice president of Clarksville's Historical Society, said she is very aware of the legend surrounding Silver Creek but hasn't heard of anyone who's actually found anything of value.According to Sarles, the creek was named in the late 1700's before the town Silver Creek was even born."So the legend itself would be old," Sarles said.Old legends that survive can have some value or truth to themselves."Early geologists discovered Copperas on the banks, it could have been mistaken for gold or silver," she said.


www.news-tribune.net [cached]

There is not a monument in the state that doesn't have maintenance rules, said Jane Sarles, a Historical Society member.


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