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About Yorktown,IN During the Woodland period Native Americans built an earthen enclosure just to the east of Yorktown, still visible on Google Earth at 40°10′50″N 85°28′10″W / 40.1805°N 85.4694°W / 40.1805; -85.4694 . Yorktown lies at the junction of the White River and Buck Creek. According to local legend, the Miami Indians believed that the peculiar configuration of the junction made Yorktown immune from tornadoes. Yorktown was platted in 1837 by Oliver H. Smith, who represented Indiana in the U.S.
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