He's legend now, but the man was as odd as his myth. Long-haired, barefoot and nature-loving, John Chapman traveled the Midwest in the early 1800s planting trees and creating orchards for future settlers.
So four miles north of Lafayette we have an entire state park dedicated to the memory of Prophetstown, with no decent way to tell what Prophetstown was -- or what it meant to the history of this country and state. At least not with the same care taken to mark the Nov. 7, 1811, Battle of Tippecanoe's victors, with a beautiful county park, a towering monument to Gen. William Henry Harrison and a museum in Battle Ground. That, we'll be told this week, is about to change.
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