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Eagle Creek Township, Lake County
Eagle Point, Kosciusko County
Eagle Township, Boone County
Eagle Village, Boone County
Eagletown, Hamilton County
Eaglewood Estates, Boone County
Eames, Warrick County
Earl Park, Benton County 
Earle, Vanderburgh County
Early Station, Vermillion County
East Brightwood, Marion County
East Chicago, Lake County
East Columbus, Bartholomew County
East Enterprise, Switzerland County
   It was called Clapboard Corner, it was called Allensville.
East Gary, Lake County
East Germantown, Wayne County
   It was called Pershing.
East Glenn, Vigo County, Lost Creek Township, 47803
   It was Glenn Post Office.
East Haven, Wayne County
East Lake Estates, Elkhart County
East Liberty, Allen County
East Lynn, Greene County, Stockton Township
East Monticello, White County
East Mount Carmel, Gibson County, White River Township, 47665
   It was platted by W. D. Daniels and Emily D. Pickerell 27 Jun 1897, 
   east side of Mount Carmel, Illinois Post office name changed to Fetters, for William Fetters 
   a merchant there, because there was a Carmel already in Indiana.
East Oolitic, Lawrence County
   It was called Spien Kopj.
East Park, Clinton County
East Shelburn, Crawford County
East Union, Tipton County
Eastern Heights, Madison County
Eastern Heights, Monroe County
Eastgate, Hancock County
Eastland Gardens, Allen County
Eastpoint Terminal, Steuben County
Eastwitch, Tippecanoe County
Easytown, Vermillion County
Eaton, Delaware County
Eby, Warrick County
Echo Crest, Hamilton County
Eck, Marion County
   Later called Augusta.
Eckerty, Crawford County
Economy, Gibson County
   It was platted by Isaac Casselberry 15 Oct 1838, now defunct.
Economy, Wayne County
Eddy, Lagrange County
Eden, Hancock County
   It was called Lewisburg.
Eden Mills, Lagrange County
   Later called Emma.
Eden Township, LaGrange County
Edgerton, Allen County
Edgewater, Porter County
Edgewood, Marion County
Edgewood Lake, Putnam County
Edgewood Village, Madison County
Edinburgh, Johnson County
Edna Mills, Clinton County
Edwardsport, Knox County
Edwardsville, Floyd County
Eel River, Clay County
Eel River Township, Allen County
Eel River Township, Hendricks County
Effner, Newton County
Egans Point, Noble County
Ege, Noble County
Egg Harbor, Gibson County, Montgomery Township
Egg Harbor, Washington County
   It was called Greensburg, later called Canton.
Egypt, Jasper County
Ehrmandale, Vigo County
   It was called Elsie.
Ekin, Tipton County
El Dorado, Johnson County
Elberfeld, Warrick County
Elevatis, Parke County
   It was called Bloomfield, later called Bloomingdale.
Elizabeth, Harrison County
Elizabeth, Spencer County
   Later called Dale.
Elizabethtown, Bartholomew County
Elizabethtown, Wayne County
   Later called Hagerstown
Elizaville, Boone County
Elk, Morgan County
Elkhart, Elkhart County
Elkhart County
   County seat is Goshen, created 29 Jan 1830, made effective 
   1 Apr 1830, named for the Elkhart Indians.
Elkhart Township, Elkhart County
Elkhart Township, Noble County
Elkinsville, Brown County
Ellettsville, Monroe County
Elliott, Vanderburgh County
Ellis, Clinton County
Ellis, Greene County, Stockton Township
Ellis, Steuben County
Ellison, Allen County
Elliston, Greene County, Fairplay Township
Ellisville, Allen County
Ellsworth, Dubois County
Elm Tree Crossroads, Adams County
Elma, Grant County
Elmay, Grant County
Elmdale, Montgomery County
   It was called Boston Store.
Elmhurst, Madison County
Elmira, Lagrange County
Elmore Township, Daviess County
Elmwood, Boone County
Elnora, Daviess County
Elon, Orange County
Elrod, Ripley County
Elsie, Vigo County
   Later called Ehrmandale.
Elston, Tippecanoe County
Elwood, Madison County
   It was called Quincy, it was called Duck Creek.
Elwren, Monroe County
Eminence, Morgan County
Emison, Knox County
Emma, Lagrange County
   It was called Eden Mills.
Emporia, Madison County
Enchanted Hills, Kosciusko County
Englewood, Lawrence County
English, Crawford County
English Lake, Starke County
Ennes, Gibson County, Washington Township, 47640
   It was called Ennes after William Ennes, a blacksmith.  
   A schoolteacher gave it its present name.
Enochsburg, Franklin County
Enos, Newton County
Enos Corner, Pike County
Enterprise, Spencer County
Epsom, Daviess County
Epworth Forest, Kosciusko County
Erie, Lawrence County
Erie, Miami County
Erie Township, Miami County
Erskine Station, Vanderburgh County
Ervin Township, Howard County
Erwin, Posey County
Ethel, Orange County
Etna, Whitley County
   It was called Hecla.
Etna Green, Kosciusko County
   It was called Camp Creek.
Etna Township, Kosciusko County
Etna Troy Township, Whitley County
Eugene, Vermillion County
Eugene Township, Vermillion County
Eureka, Lawrence County
Eureka, Spencer County
   It was called French Island City.
Evans Landing, Harrison County
Evanston, Spencer County
Evansville, Vanderburgh County
Everroad Park, Bartholomew County
Everton, Fayette County
   It was called Lawstown, it was called Lawsburg, and it was called West Union.
Ewing, Jackson County
Ewingtown, Decatur County
Exchange, Morgan County
Extension Heights, Madison County