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Two Lick Farm (Ross House)
John Ross, a carpenter from eastern Pennsylvania who worked on Indiana's first courthouse and jail (demolished), purchased the 270-acre farm in 1811. The family lived in a log house on the property until they finished the substantial springhouse, which stands east of the main house. They occupied the main house in 1820. Originally two rooms over two
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