The main fork of the Whitewater River has its origin in the rugged hills near Laurel, Indiana. This swirling, torrid, foam-flecked stream comes pouring down out of these hills into the lowlands which form its broad basin near Metamora. When it leaves this peaceful Hoosier hamlet the stream threads its way through a series of graceful spirals until it reaches the historic little city of Brookville where it is joined by its little sister, the east fork. The path of the river, from Brookville to the spot where it empties into the Miami River near Miamitown, Ohio, leads it through some of the most beautiful scenery to be found in Indiana today; but seen through the eyes of the early pioneers, it produced a panoramic scene of even greater splendor.
"The Whitewater Valley,"
Manuscripts: Vol. 15
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