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Pendleton Historical Museum

Winter Speaker Series: The Restoration of Parker Hill and the Families Who Called it Home

Discover more about the many families who have called the Parker Hill home, its restoration, and its long history.

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Winter Speaker Series: The Restoration of Parker Hill and the Families Who Called it Home
Winter Speaker Series: The Restoration of Parker Hill and the Families Who Called it Home

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Apr 14, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Pendleton Historical Museum, Falls Park Dr, Pendleton, IN 46064, USA

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The Parker, Kinnard, and Butler families have all lived in the 1870 residence atop Parker Hill. Colonel George W. Parker, the former Marion County Sheriff who built the home, is credited with giving the hill and home their names. The Parker House was purchased by Sandi Butler in 1987 with assistance from Doug Owens, and restoration work was soon underway.

Discover more about the Parker House's lengthy history, the restoration, and the families who called it home.

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