Union County

Written history tells us the area now known as Union County, Indiana, was settled in 1805, and later established as a separate county by the “union” of parts of surrounding Indiana counties in 1821. Gently rolling hills and fertile farmland initially drew settlers, to whom some current residents can trace their heritage. The original Union County seat was Brownsville, located on the banks of the Whitewater River. Later, the village of Liberty was determined to be the county seat due to its central location. Currently, the county has a population of a little more than 7,000 residents.

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Life on the Water

The second smallest county in the state and close to the Ohio river makes us the perfect place to live a quiet life.

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26 W. High Street
Liberty, IN 47353
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