|Years:||1819 1820 1821 – 1822 – 1823 1824 1825|
Significant events from 1822.
- State Seminary (later Indiana University) trustees contract for the building of two seminary houses, one to be used as a dwelling for a teacher and the other for the State Seminary. William Snodgrass was to furnish shingles at the cost of $4 per thousand; John Robinson to deliver brick at $4.75 per thousand; John Wright, father of Gov. Joseph A. Wright, to do the stone work and lay brick in good mortar, made of well sifted dirt and plenty of good lime at $4.25 per thousand. John and Edward Botland (sic), Samuel Hardesty and David Kello (sic) were engaged to do the carpenter work.