The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Jasper (Indiana)
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JASPER, Ind., town, county-seat of Dubois County, on the Patoka River, and on a branch of the Louisville, Evansville and Saint Louis Railroad, about 47 miles northeast of Evansville. Jasper is situated in an agricultural region. The chief manufacturing establishments are saw-mills, lumbering and planing-mills, flour-mills, a furniture factory and a brickyard. Pop. 2,196.