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Kalorama Park, Kosciusko County
Kanata Manayunk, Kosciusko County
Kankakee, La Porte County
   Later called Byron.
Kankakee Township, Jasper County
Kankakee Township, La Porte County
Kansas, Bartholomew County
Kappa Corner, Howard County
Kasson, Vanderburgh County
Kecksville, Martin County
   Later called Burns City.
Keener Township, Jasper County
Keller, Vigo County
Kellerville, Dubois County
Kelso, Dearborn County
   It was called McKenzie Cross Roads, later called Dover.
Kelso Township, Dearborn County
Kempton, Tipton County
Kendallville, Noble County
Kennard, Henry County
Kennedy, Spencer County
Kenneth, Cass County
Kent, Jefferson County
Kent Township, Warren County
Kentland, Newton County
Kentwood, Clinton County
Kercheval, Spencer County
Kersey, Jasper County
Kewanna, Fulton County
Keyser Township, DeKalb County
Keystone, Wells County
Keystone Manor, Marion County
Keytsville, Putnam County
Kiley, Grant County
Kilmore, Clinton County
Kimmell, Noble County
Kinder, Hancock County
   It was called Reedville, it was called Finly, it was called Tailholt, later called Carrollton.
Kinder, Johnson County
Kingman, Fountain County
Kings, Gibson County, Patoka Township
   It was called King's, a stop on the railroad.  It was named for John King, an early settler.
King's Station, Gibson County, Patoka Township
   It was called King's, a stop on the railroad.  It was named for John King, an early settler.
Kings Store, Harrison County
Kingsbury, La Porte County
Kingsford Heights, La Porte County
Kingsland, Wells County
Kingston, Decatur County
Kinsey, Kosciusko County
Kirby, Monroe County
Kirkland Township, Adams County
Kirklin, Clinton County
Kirklin Township, Clinton County
Kirkpatrick, Montgomery County
Kirksville, Gibson County, Washington Township, 47649.
   It was platted 4 Jul 1856 by Davis and Price and Hussey and Mills.  
   Later called Wheeling.  Bovine Post Office located there.
Kirksville, Monroe County
Kirschs Corner, Dearborn County
Kitchel, Union County
Kitt, Jay County
Kitterman Corners, Perry County
Klaasville, Lake County
Klemmes Corner, Franklin County
    It was called Blue Creek.
Klondike, Tippecanoe County
Klondyke, Parke County
Klondyke, Vermillion County
Knarr Corner, Decatur County
Knight Ridge, Monroe County
Knight Township, Vanderburgh County
Knighthood Grove, Shelby County
Knighthood Village, Shelby County
Knightstown, Henry County
Knightsville, Clay County
Kniman, Jasper County
Knob Hill, Vanderburgh County
Knollton Heights, Marion County
Knotty Corner, Grant County
Knowles, Gibson County, Montgomery Township
Knox, Henry County
Knox, Starke County
Knox County
   County seat is Vincennes, created 20 Jun 1790, made effective 20 Jun 1790, 
   named for General Henry Knox of the American Revolutionary War.
Knox Township, Jay County
Kokomo, Howard County
Koleen, Greene County, Highland Township
Koontz Lake, Starke County
Kosciusko County
   County seat is Warsaw, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective 1 Jun 1836, 
   named after General Thaddeus Kosciusko, the Polish soldier and patriot, who served 
   with the American army in the American Revolution.
Kossuth, Washington County
Kouts, Porter County
Kramer, Warren County
Kratzville, Vanderburgh County
Kreitzburg, Lake County
Kriete Corner, Jackson County
Kurtz, Jackson County
Kyana, Dubois County
Kyle, Dearborn County