Merom Livery Stable
Merom, IN 47861
Waapaahsiki Siipiiwi Mound Historical Park
9098 W. County Road 825 N.
Fairbanks, IN 47849
The Miami Indians of Indiana call the Wabash River ‘Waapaahsiki Siipiiwi’. According to historical records and archaeological research, this cultural Mound site in Sullivan County appears to date back to the Late Woodland Era, A.D. 500-1650, pre-European contact. The Mound builders along the river in times past used sacred sites like WSMHP for burial and ceremonial purposes prior to colonization. In late 1700, records show the presence of Miami, Wea, Piankashaw, Kickapoo, Delaware and Shawnee tribes along the river hunting and trading in what is now the Wabash Valley, within half a mile is the river’s edge called ‘The Narrows’, a historically documented crossing during the War of 1812 encounters. All a part of history, this Mound site is preserved from the erosion of time and protected for the future. The park is open dawn to dusk.
Sullivan County Public Library
Sullivan, IN 47882
Built in 1904, “Architecture”
To find the additional County Library branches, please click on the link below.
The Sullivan County Public Library provides services for all residents and visitors of Sullivan County. All libraries within the system include public computers, free WiFi, reference services, as well as scanning and faxing capabilities. County residents are eligible for a library card, which they can use to checkout books, periodicals, movies, as well as access certain online databases and resources. Non-resident and reciprocal borrowing cards are also available. The main library is home to a genealogy and local history department. For more information and to utilize the library’s online resources (such as an events calendar and online catalog), please visit the website.
Union Christian College
Sullivan County Poor Home
Sullivan, IN 47882
It is now privately owned by an individual. The building has been remodeled inside for apartments.
Sullivan County Poor Home, National Register of Historic Places, “Architecture”, Privately owned – currently an apartment building