Pulaski County

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Pulaski County is named for Casimir Pulaski, who was a Revolutionary War soldier killed at the Battle of Savannah, and who lived from 1746 to 1779.


Created:  February 7, 1835

County Seat: 

Winamac  1839 – present


County Courthouse – Winamac  


Location:  112 East Main Street / North Market Street

Built:  1894 – 1895

Style:  Richardsonian Romanesque

Architect:  A William Rush & Edwin A Rush of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Contractor:  Jordan E Gibson of Lockport


Description:  The building faces north and is a two story buff colored brick and stone structure. The north front is recessed with an arch at the entrance and three arched windows on the second story with a peak above. On the east and west are square brick towers with an arch on the first story and three high narrow vertical windows on the second story and above are peaked roofs. In the building center rises a large square brick tower with narrow vertical windows and with clocks and parapets at the roof line with a steep roof at the top.



N – Starke County,

E – Fulton County

S – Cass County and White County 

W – Jasper County








Photos taken 2006