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LaPorte County, Indiana
Laporte County Indiana courthouse 2.jpg
LaPorte County courthouse
Map of Indiana highlighting LaPorte County
Location in the state of Indiana
Map of the U.S. highlighting Indiana
Indiana's location in the U.S.
Founded January 1, 1832
Named for French for "The Door"
Seat La Porte
Largest city Michigan City
Area
 - Total
 - Land
 - Water

613.04 sq mi (1,588 km²)
598.24 sq mi (1,549 km²)
14.80 sq mi (38 km²), 2.4%
Population
 - (2020)
 - Density

112,417
186/sq mi (72/km²)
Congressional district 2nd
Time zone Central: UTC-6/-5
Website www.LaPorteCounty.org
Footnotes:  
  • Indiana county number 46
  • Third largest county in Indiana by area

LaPorte County[1] is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of 2020, the population was 112,417. The county seat is the city of La Porte,[2] and the largest city is Michigan City. This county is part of the Northwest Indiana and Michiana regions of the Chicago metropolitan area. The LaPorte County Courthouse is located in the county seat of La Porte and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

History[]

LaPorte County was formed in 1832. La porte means "the door" or "the port" in French.[3] French travelers or explorers so named the area after discovering a natural opening in the dense forests that used to exist in this region, providing a gateway to lands further west.[4][5]

From 1832 to 1835 LaPorte County had its boundaries and jurisdiction of the land west of it going all the way to the east border of Chicago in Cook County, IL (land which is now Porter and Lake Counties).

Before European-American settlement, all of the land that forms modern-day LaPorte County, and adjacent Starke County to the south belonged to the Potawatomi Indian nation. These Indians were forcibly removed to Kansas by the United States government in 1838, and many died on what survivors called the Trail of Death.[6][7]

LaPorte County's initial European-American settlers were Yankee migrants, that is to say they were from New England or were from upstate New York and had parents who were from New England, and were descended from the English Puritans who settled New England in the colonial era. They were part of a wave of New England settlers moving west into what was then the Northwest Territory after the completion of the Erie Canal through the Mohawk Valley of New York State.

These first settlers in LaPorte County specifically hailed from the Massachusetts towns of Granville, Boston, Bridgewater, West Bridgewater, Andover, Nantucket Island, and Hampshire County; the Connecticut towns of Colchester, Wethersfield, Granby, and New Haven; the New Hampshire towns of Bradford, Amherst and Goffstown; the Vermont villages of Dorset, Albany and Fairfax; many also came from Orange County, Vermont, Caledonia County, Vermont and Penobscot County, Maine. They were mainly members of the Congregational Church. As result of the Second Great Awakening, many became Baptists and many also converted to Pentecostalism and Methodism. When they arrived in what is now LaPorte County, there was nothing but virgin forest and prairie. The New England settlers cleared roads and brush, developed farms, constructed churches, erected government buildings, and established post routes. As a result of this migration, La Porte County was partially culturally continuous with early New England culture for many years.[8]

But by 1850, the three Eastern states that had contributed the most residents to LaPorte County were New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia, surpassing those migrants from New England. LaPorte County had the largest number of Southerners north of the Wabash Valley.[9]

During the Civil War, the Louisville Journal noted that the 29th Indiana Regiment (mustered out of LaPorte) "may almost be regarded as a Kentucky regiment for a large majority of its members are either natives or descendants of native Kentuckians".[10] Three Union Camps reigned in LaPorte County helping the Union to Civil War victory.

When the county was initially proposed and organized, its boundaries did not extend as far south or east as they do today. A section of land north of the Kankakee River originally belonged to Starke County. However, residents living in that area had difficulty crossing the river in order to reach the rest of the county. It was necessary to travel some distance east to Lemon's bridge, before making the journey south. Effectively isolated from the rest of Starke County, these residents asked that their land be annexed to LaPorte County, which was completed on January 28, 1842. Thereafter, the Kankakee River formed the southern boundary of the county. Finally, on January 10, 1850, some twenty sections of land were annexed from St. Joseph County to the east, giving LaPorte County the boundaries that essentially exist to this day.[6]

Whether the correct spelling of the city and county is "La Porte" or "LaPorte" is disputed,[11] although state law refers to "LaPorte County."[12][13]

LaPorte County is noted for being the place of the Belle Gunness serial murders. Gunness lived on a farm on the outskirts of the county.

Geography[]

According to the 2010 census, the county has a total area of 613.26 square miles (1,588.3 km2), of which 598.30 square miles (1,549.6 km2) (or 97.56%) is land and 14.96 square miles (38.7 km2) (or 2.44%) is water.[14] The highest point, at 957 feet (292 m),[15] is in southwestern Galena Township near County Roads East 600 North and North 150 East. The lowest point, at 581 feet (177 m),[16] is along the Lake Michigan shoreline.

Adjacent counties[]


National protected area[]

  • Indiana Dunes National Parkalso in Lake and Porter counties

Major highways[]

  • Template:Jct/3
  • I-94
  • US 6.svg U.S. Route 6
  • US 12.svg U.S. Route 12
  • US 20.svg U.S. Route 20
  • US 30.svg U.S. Route 30
  • US 35.svg U.S. Route 35
  • US 421.svg U.S. Route 421
  • Indiana 2.svg State Road 2
  • Indiana 4.svg State Road 4
  • Indiana 8.svg State Road 8
  • Indiana 39.svg State Road 39
  • Indiana 104.svg State Road 104
  • Indiana 212.svg State Road 212

Railroads[]

  • Amtrak Wolverine (inter-city passenger rail)
  • Canadian National Railway
  • Chesapeake and Indiana Railroad
  • Chicago, Fort Wayne and Eastern Railroad
  • Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad
  • CSX Transportation
  • Norfolk Southern Railway
  • South Shore Line (commuter rail)

Municipalities[]

The municipalities in LaPorte County and their populations as of the 2010 Census:

Cities[]

Towns[]

  • Kingsbury – 242
  • Kingsford Heights – 1,435
  • LaCrosse – 551
  • Long Beach – 1,179
  • Michiana Shores – 313
  • Pottawattamie Park – 235
  • Trail Creek – 2,052
  • Wanatah – 1,048
  • Westville – 5,853

Census-designated places[]

  • Fish Lake – 1,016
  • Hanna – 463
  • Hudson Lake – 1,297
  • Rolling Prairie – 582

Unincorporated communities[]

  • Alida
  • Birchim
  • Byron
  • Door Village
  • Duneland Beach
  • Hesston
  • Holmesville
  • Lake Park
  • Mill Creek
  • Otis
  • Pinhook
  • Pinola
  • Plainfield
  • Riverside
  • Salem Heights
  • Smith
  • South Center
  • South Wanatah
  • Springfield
  • Springville
  • Stillwell
  • Thomaston
  • Tracy
  • Union Mills
  • Waterford
  • Wellsboro
  • Wilders

Townships[]

LaPorte County contains 21 townships, more than any other county in the state.[17] The townships, with their populations as of the 2010 Census, are:

  • Cass – 1,833
  • Center – 25,075
  • Clinton – 1,507
  • Coolspring – 14,718
  • Dewey – 935
  • Galena – 1,899
  • Hanna – 965
  • Hudson – 1,883
  • Johnson – 198
  • Kankakee – 4,830
  • Lincoln – 1,794
  • Michigan – 27,522
  • New Durham – 8,664
  • Noble – 1,625
  • Pleasant – 3,380
  • Prairie – 209
  • Scipio – 4,570
  • Springfield – 4,045
  • Union – 2,348
  • Washington – 1,357
  • Wills – 2,110

Public libraries[]

The county is served by five different public library systems:

  • LaCrosse Public Library[18]
  • LaPorte County Public Library has its main location in La Porte as well as the Coolspring, Fish Lake, Hanna, Kingsford Heights, Rolling Prairie and Union Mills branches.[19]
  • Michigan City Public Library[20]
  • Wanatah Public Library[21]
  • Westville-New Durham Township Public Library has its main location in Westville.[22]

Hospitals[]

  • La Porte Hospital, La Porte – 227 beds
  • Franciscan Health Michigan City, Michigan City – 310 beds[23]

Climate and weather[]

Climate chart for La Porte, Indiana
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4.11
 
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4.79
 
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2.98
 
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3.57
 
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2.71
 
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temperatures in °Cprecipitation totals in mm
source: The Weather Channel[24]

In recent years, average temperatures in La Porte have ranged from a low of 12 °F (−11 °C) in January to a high of 84 °F (29 °C) in July, although a record low of −28 °F (−33.3 °C) was recorded in January 1977 and a record high of 104 °F (40 °C) was recorded in June 1988. Average monthly precipitation ranged from 1.68 inches (43 mm) in February to 4.79 inches (122 mm) in June.[24]

Education[]

Public schools in LaPorte County are administered by seven different districts:

  • John Glenn School Corporation[25]
  • LaPorte Community School Corporation[26]
  • Metropolitan School District of New Durham Township[27]
  • Michigan City Area Schools[28]
  • New Prairie United School Corporation[29]
  • South Central Community School Corporation[30]
  • Tri-Township Consolidated School Corporation[31]

Colleges and Universities

  • Ivy Tech Community College
  • Purdue University Northwest[32]

Government[]

The county government is a constitutional body and is granted specific powers by the Constitution of Indiana, and by the Indiana Code.

County Council: The county council is the legislative branch of the county government and controls all the spending and revenue collection in the county. Representatives are elected from county districts. The council members serve four-year terms. They are responsible for setting salaries, the annual budget, and special spending. The council also has limited authority to impose local taxes, in the form of an income and property tax that is subject to state level approval, excise taxes, and service taxes.[33][34]

Board of Commissioners: The executive body of the county is made of a board of commissioners. The commissioners are elected county-wide, in staggered terms, and each serves a four-year term. One of the commissioners, typically the most senior, serves as president. The commissioners are charged with executing the acts legislated by the council, collecting revenue, and managing the day-to-day functions of the county government.[33][34]

Court: The county has five elected trial court judges. They include the LaPorte Circuit Court and Superior Courts one through four. The judges are elected to six-year terms on partisan ballots. Superior Courts three and four maintain small claims dockets. Decisions from any trial court may be appealed to the Indiana Court of Appeals.[34] The Circuit Court and Superior court three are located in the city of La Porte; Superior courts one, two and four are located in Michigan City.

County Officials: The county has several other elected offices, including sheriff, coroner, auditor, treasurer, recorder, surveyor, and circuit court clerk. Each of these elected officers serves a term of four years and oversees a different part of county government. Members elected to county government positions are required to declare party affiliations and to be residents of the county.[34]

LaPorte County is part of Indiana's 2nd congressional district and is represented by Jackie Walorski in the United States Congress. It is also part of Indiana Senate districts 5 and 8[35] and Indiana House of Representatives districts 9, 17 and 20.[36]

County elected officials:

Board of Commissioners:[37]

  • Richard Mrozinski (R, 1st)
  • Sheila Brillson Matias (D, 2nd)
  • Joe Haney (R, 3rd)

County Council:[38]

  • Connie Gramarossa (R)
  • Terry L. Garner (R)
  • Michael Rosenbaum (R)
  • Randall Novak (D)
  • Earl Cunningham (R)
  • Mike Mollenhauer (D)
  • Mark Yagelski (D)

Elected Officials:

  • Assessor: Michael R. Schultz (D)
  • Auditor: Tim Stabosz (R)
  • Clerk: Heather Stevens (R)
  • Coroner: Lynn Swanson (R)
  • Prosecutor: John Lake (D)[39]
  • Recorder: Elzbieta Bilderback (R)
  • Sheriff: John T. Boyd (R)
  • Surveyor: Anthony C. Hendricks (D)
  • Treasurer: Joie Winski (D)

United States presidential election results for LaPorte County, Indiana[40]
Year Republican Democratic Third party
No.  % No.  % No.  %
2020 25,997 52.54% 22,427 45.32% 1,059 2.14%
2016 22,687 49.74% 19,798 43.41% 3,124 6.85%
2012 18,615 42.62% 24,107 55.19% 959 2.20%
2008 17,918 38.11% 28,258 60.10% 842 1.79%
2004 20,916 49.09% 21,114 49.56% 576 1.35%
2000 18,994 47.79% 19,736 49.65% 1,017 2.56%
1996 14,106 35.82% 19,879 50.48% 5,392 13.69%
1992 14,962 35.24% 17,717 41.72% 9,784 23.04%
1988 20,537 53.64% 17,585 45.93% 163 0.43%
1984 23,346 59.00% 15,904 40.20% 317 0.80%
1980 22,424 55.32% 15,387 37.96% 2,727 6.73%
1976 21,989 54.09% 18,217 44.81% 449 1.10%
1972 26,243 65.98% 13,222 33.24% 311 0.78%
1968 20,295 49.76% 15,780 38.69% 4,708 11.54%
1964 16,270 42.16% 22,220 57.57% 104 0.27%
1960 22,738 52.71% 20,317 47.10% 85 0.20%
1956 24,622 62.90% 14,417 36.83% 103 0.26%
1952 22,576 59.83% 15,011 39.78% 146 0.39%
1948 15,661 52.45% 13,923 46.63% 275 0.92%
1944 16,543 54.12% 13,896 45.46% 129 0.42%
1940 15,771 53.29% 13,732 46.40% 90 0.30%
1936 11,722 42.79% 15,359 56.07% 311 1.14%
1932 10,739 41.31% 14,890 57.28% 366 1.41%
1928 14,763 61.32% 9,254 38.44% 58 0.24%
1924 11,597 61.22% 5,214 27.52% 2,132 11.25%
1920 11,204 65.00% 5,459 31.67% 575 3.34%
1916 5,726 50.29% 5,276 46.33% 385 3.38%
1912 2,701 24.87% 4,847 44.62% 3,314 30.51%
1908 5,824 49.52% 5,680 48.30% 256 2.18%
1904 5,952 55.68% 4,472 41.84% 265 2.48%
1900 4,809 49.52% 4,783 49.25% 119 1.23%
1896 4,691 50.28% 4,511 48.35% 127 1.36%
1892 3,548 41.95% 4,703 55.61% 206 2.44%
1888 3,722 44.11% 4,607 54.60% 109 1.29%



Demographics[]

Demographics (2010)[41]
White Black Asian
84.1% 10.8% 0.5%
Islander Native Other Hispanic
(any race)
0.0% 0.3% 4.3% 5.5%
Historical populations
Census Pop.
1840 8,184
1850 12,145 48.4%
1860 22,919 88.7%
1870 27,062 18.1%
1880 30,985 14.5%
1890 34,445 11.2%
1900 38,386 11.4%
1910 45,797 19.3%
1920 50,443 10.1%
1930 60,490 19.9%
1940 63,660 5.2%
1950 76,808 20.7%
1960 95,111 23.8%
1970 105,342 10.8%
1980 108,632 3.1%
1990 107,066 −1.4%
2000 110,106 2.8%
2010 111,467 1.2%
U.S. Decennial Census[42]
1790-1960[43] 1900-1990[44]
1990-2000[45] 2010-2019[46]

As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 111,467 people, 42,331 households, and 28,228 families residing in the county.[47] The population density was 186.3 inhabitants per square mile (71.9 /km2). There were 48,448 housing units at an average density of 81.0 per square mile (31.3 /km2).[14] The racial makeup of the county was 84.1% white, 10.8% black or African American, 0.5% Asian, 0.3% American Indian, 2.0% from other races, and 2.3% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 5.5% of the population.[47] In terms of ancestry, 30.7% were German, 15.3% were Irish, 11.5% were Polish, 8.3% were English, and 5.9% were American.[48]

Of the 42,331 households, 31.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.3% were married couples living together, 12.8% had a female householder with no husband present, 33.3% were non-families, and 27.3% of all households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.48 and the average family size was 3.00. The median age was 39.6 years.[47]

The median income for a household in the county was $47,697 and the median income for a family was $56,679. Males had a median income of $45,537 versus $30,774 for females. The per capita income for the county was $22,599. About 9.9% of families and 13.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 22.7% of those under age 18 and 7.1% of those age 65 or over.[49]

See also[]

  • National Register of Historic Places listings in LaPorte County, Indiana

Notes[]

  1. ^ Other = Combined percentages for American Indian or Alaska Native; Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; other races; and two or more races

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