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Statue of Mary Dyer - Earlham College

This statue, located in front of the Stout Meetinghouse on the Earlham College campus in Richmond, Indiana, depicts Mary Dyer, an early Quaker who was punished by hanging in 1660 in Boston, Massachusetts for her belief in religious freedom.

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Fossiliferous limestone of the Ordovician Period in the Whitewater Gorge is 425 Million years old. It is one of only two places in the United States where this type of limestone is exposed to the surface.