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Area Towns in White County
White County was formed in 1834 and was named for Isaac White who was killed at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. White was a Colonel in the Illinois militia who served as a Private in the Indiana militia in the march against Prophetstown. He served under Kentucky Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss. They both died at the Battle of Tippecanoe and were buried in a common grave at Battle Ground, Indiana. Battle Ground is just a short drive south of White County, where the actual 'battle ground' is open to visitors.
White County Indiana is home to Brookston, Buffalo, Burnettsville, Chalmers, Headlee, Idaville, Monon, Monticello, Norway, Reynolds and Wolcott. Monticello is the largest city in White County and is also the county seat. The townships include Big Creek, Monon, Cass, Honey Creek, Jackson, Liberty, Lincoln, Prairie, Princeton, Round Grove, Union and West Point.
Major highways that cross through White County are Interstate 65, US HWY 24, US HWY 231, US HWY 421, and Indiana State Road 16, 18, 39, 43, 119
There is over 508 square miles in White County and has a population of 24,600 people. Counties that surround White are Pulaski (north), Cass (east), Carroll (southeast), Tippecanoe (south), Benton (west) and Jasper (northwest).
Public Schools in White County are administered by Frontier School Corporation, North White School Corporation, Tri-County School Corporation and Twin Lakes School Corporation.