Crawfordsville, IN
Henry Smith Lane and Lew Wallace

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1. Henry Smith Lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2. LANE, Henry Smith - Biographical Information
3. Crawfordsville Indiana Historic Structures
4. The Political Graveyard: Montgomery County, Ind.
5. Lewis "Lew" Wallace (1827 - 1905) - Find A Grave Memorial

6. Henry Smith Lane (1811 - 1881) - Find A Grave Memorial
7. General Lew Wallace Study & Museum

(2007) Enlarge Henry S. Lane Home
Built in 1845, the Lane house includes five acres in the center of Crawfordsville. Henry S. Lane (Indiana initiate) served as governor of Indiana, state representative, US congressman, and senator. He also chaired the first Republican national convention in 1856. He died in 1881. The restored mansion has been open for tours since 1931.
Lane's brother-in-law was Lew Wallace

(2007) Enlarge Oak Hill Cemetery: Henry Smith Lane grave



(2007) Enlarge Oak Hill Cemetery: Lew Wallace grave

(Unk) Enlarge Entrance to Gen. Lew Wallace study and museum
(Unk) Lew Wallace study  

(Unk) David Wallace, governor of Indiana (1837-1840) and father of Gen. Lew Wallace

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