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Jackson County, Indiana

The Jackson County Courthouse is located at 220 East Walnut Street, Brownstown, IN 47220; phone: (812) 522-9677.


Formed in 1816 and spread across 513 miles, the county was named for General Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States.

T. Harlan and Helen Montgomery House

Photo: T. Harlan and Helen Montgomery House, circa 1922-1929, located at 628 N. Poplar Street, Seymour, Indiana. Listed on the Natonal Register of Historic Places in 2001. Photographed by wikipedia username:Nyttend, 2011, own work, [cc-1.0, public domain, accessed Septemner, 2021.


Jackson County is nestled is the beautiful, rolling hills or south-central Indiana. As a crossroads of Interstate 65 and US Hwy 50, Jackson County has become a growing industrial base for southern Indiana. Centrally located between Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, big-city living is merely an hourŐs drive away. In contast to thriving, growing industry, Jackson County offers serenity of rural living amoung its many small towns, family-owned farms, charming local fesitvities, rich historical sites and adundant public recreational areas. [www.jacksoncounty.in.gov]


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