Gene Stratton-Porter’s Limberlost Swamp, Home and Life, index of pages
Updated March 27, 2009 URL is www.tentativetimes.net/porter/info.html
Our Gene Stratton-Porter Pages, In 3 Tables Gene Stratton-Porter’s Limberlost Home Introduction to Gene Stratton-Porter and her Cabin Limberlost Photos
Several self-guided tours and Teays River geology
Much Ado About Mrs. Porter’s Many Books Friends of the Limberlost Newsletter not quite finished yet
More About the Friends of the Limberlost with a fine
you can print out.
Randy Lehman is our Curator/Site Manager. NEW WETLANDS MAPS!
Buy Books and More! The Limberlost Gift Shop Novels. Nature Books . Biographies, Children’s Books,
Poems and an Essay
Booklets, Related Books, Tapes, Videos, Map David MacLean’s Collector Books
Tour the Swamp and Geneva Map of this area Self-guided Skyline Tour Lots to read here:
Teays River geology Wetlands dedication at
The Indiana State Historic Site
for the Limberlost Cabin and Swamp of
Gene Stratton-Porter in Geneva, Indiana
200 East South Street
We can’t thank Helen Myers enough for all she does for us…. Her quilt for 2004 was a 32 1/2″ X 41 1/2″ wall hanging of deer in the moonlight, called Night Watch. Raffle tickets are on sale each year through December 10 for the annual prizes. The winning tickets will be drawn at the Christmas Tea. You do not have to be present to win. Proceeds go toward the restoration of the music room ceiling and will also fund projects at Wabash River Rainbow Bend Park near Helen’s childhood home.
Purchase tickets from the Limberlost cabin, $1.00 each or $5.00 for six tickets. Email, write or phone.
One beautiful raffle quilt, “Mallards In The Marsh” by Helen Myers was won by Jim Timmons, President of the Geneva Town Board at the dedication of the Wabash River Rainbow Bend Park.
http://www.freeyellow.com/members6/larrygard/page28.html is an excerpt from a new play from Larry Gard featuring Gene Stratton-Porter!
There is a new website address for ————- who was kind to lend us the use of some of his nature photography for this site. The new address is ———————- (lost my notes)
Author Norma Lu Meehan autographed her book, “Heroine of the Limberlost, a Paper Doll Biography of Gene Stratton-Porter” at the Limberlost State Historic Site. Although she is not a relative of Jeannette Meehan, Gene’s daughter, she cares enough to produce a second book about Gene Stratton-Porter, set in the Hollywood years. Check with the giftshop, www.tentativetimes.net/porter/giftshop.html
Official State Historic (Web)Site
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This site is made by Sandra Weinhardt, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email the Limberlost itself at email@example.com
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