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Packerton, Kosciusko County
Page, Steuben County
Palestine, Franklin County
Palestine, Kosciusko County
Palmer, Lake County
Palmyra, Harrison County
Palmyra, Wayne County
   Later called Dalton.
Palmyra Township, Harrison County
Panama, Steuben County
Paoli, Orange County
Paoli Township, Orange County
Paradise, Warrick County
Paragon, Morgan County
Paris, Jennings County
Paris Crossing, Jennings County
Parish Grove Township, Benton County
Park, Greene County, Richland Township
Park Side, Bartholomew County
Park View Heights, Miami County
Parke County
   County seat is Rockville, created 9 Jan 1821, effective 2 Apr 1821, 
   named for Judge Benjamin Parke, attorney general for the Indiana Territory.
Parker City, Randolph County
Parkers Settlement, Posey County
Parkers Station, Jefferson County
Parkersburg, Montgomery County
Parkeville, Parke County
Parkview, Vigo County
Parkway Hills, Allen County
Parr, Jasper County
Patoka, Gibson County, White River Township, 47666
   It was platted 13 Oct 1813 by Lewis J. Smith, once known as Smithland and 
   Columbia, named after an early settler, John Smith.  Named after an Indian name and means 
   log on the bottom, referring to the many logs on the bottom of the Patoka River.
Patoka Township, Crawford County
Patoka Township, Dubois County
Patoka Township, Gibson County
   It was originally formed 10 May 1813.
Patoka Township, Pike County
Patricksburg, Owen County
Patriot, Switzerland County
Patronville, Spencer County
Patton, Carroll County
Patton Hill, Lawrence County
Paw Paw Township, Wabash County
Paxton, Sullivan County
Paynesville, Jefferson County
Peabody, Whitley County
Pecksburg, Hendricks County
Pearsontown, Orange County
Peerless, Lawrence County
Pekin, Washington County
Pelzer, Warrick County
Pembroke, Newton County
Pence, Warren County
Pendleton, Madison County
Penn Park, Steuben County
Penn Township, Jay County
Penn Township, Parke County
Penn Township, St. Joseph County
Penntown, Ripley County
Pennville, Jay County
Pennville, Wayne County
Pennyville, Daviess County
Peoga, Monroe County
Peoria, Franklin County
Peoria, Miami County
Peppertown, Franklin County
Percy Junction, Newton County
Perkins, Newton County
Perkinsville, Madison County
Perry County
   County seat is Tell City, created 7 Sep 1814, made effective 1 Nov 1814, 
   named for Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, who defeated the British Fleet on 
   Lake Erie 10 Sep 1813.
Perry Crossing, Clark County
Perry Manor, Marion County
Perry Township, Allen County
Perry Township, Boone County
Perry Township, Clay County
Perry Township, Clinton County
Perry Township, Delaware County
Perry Township, Lawrence County
Perry Township, Marion County
Perry Township, Martin County
Perry Township, Miami County
Perry Township, Monroe County
Perry Township, Noble County
Perry Township, Tippecanoe County
Perry Township, Vanderburgh County
Perry Township, Wayne County
Perrysburg, Miami County
Perryville, Adams County
Pershing, Fulton County
Pershing, Wayne County
   It was called East Germantown.
Pershing Township, Jackson County
Perth, Clay County
Peru, Miami County
Peru Township, Miami County
Peters Switch, Jackson County
Petersburg, Jackson County
Petersburg, Pike County
Peterson, Adams County
Petersville, Bartholomew County
Petroleum, Wells County
Pettit, Tippecanoe County
Pettysville, Miami County
Phenix, Wells County
Philidelphia, Hancock County
Philip Station, Posey County
Philomath, Union County
Phlox, Howard County
Phoebe Fort's Corner, Hancock County
   It was called Walpole, later called Fortville.
Piattsville, Parke County
Pickard, Clinton County
Pickwick Park, Kosciusko County
Pierce Township, Washington County
Pierceton, Kosciusko County
Pierceville, Ripley County
Pierson Station, Henry County
Pierson Township, Vigo County
Pigeon, Spencer County
Pigeon Roost Station, Scott County
Pigeon Township, Vanderburgh County
Pigeon Township, Warrick County
Pike, Boone County
Pike County
   County seat is Petersburg, created 21 Dec 1816, made effective 1 Feb 1817, 
   named for General Zebulon Montgomery Pike, who fell at the capture of York, 
   27 Apr, 1813.
Pike Township, Jay County
Pike Township, Marion County
Pike Township, Ohio County
Pike Township, Warren County
Pikes Peak, Brown County
Pikeville, Pike County
Pilot Knob, Crawford County
Pimento, Vigo County
Pin Hook, Parke County
Pinch, Randolph County
Pine, Lake County
Pine Ridge, Vigo County
Pine Station, St. Joseph County
Pine Township, Benton County
Pine Township, Porter County
Pine Township, Warren County
Pine Valley, Orange County
Pine Village, Warren County
Pinhook, Decatur County
Pinhook, Franklin County
Pinhook, La Porte County
Pinhook, Lawrence County
Pinhook, Wayne County
Pinola, La Porte County
Pioneer, Wabash County
Pipe Creek Township, Madison County
Pipe Creek Township, Miami County
Pittsboro, Hendricks County
Pittsburg, Carroll County
Plain Township, Kosciusko County
Plainfield, Hendricks County
Plainfield, La Porte County
Plainville, Daviess County
Plank, Carroll County
   It was called U Know, latter called Bringhurst.
Plano, Morgan County
Plato, Lagrange County
Plattsburg, Washington County
Pleasant, Switzerland County
Pleasant Acres, Hancock County
Pleasant Acres, Marion County
Pleasant Gardens, Putnam County
Pleasant Hill, Hancock County
Pleasant Lake, Steuben County
Pleasant Mills, Adams County
Pleasant Plain, Huntington County
Pleasant Ridge, Jasper County
Pleasant Ridge, Jay County
Pleasant Run Township, Lawrence County
Pleasant Township, Allen County
Pleasant Township, Grant County
Pleasant Township, Johnson County
Pleasant Township, La Porte County
Pleasant Township, Porter County
Pleasant Township, Steuben County
Pleasant Township, Switzerland County
Pleasant Township, Wabash County
Pleasant Valley, Martin County
Pleasant Valley, Owen County
   Later called Adel.
Pleasant Valley, St. Joseph County
Pleasant View, Shelby County
Pleasant View Village, Bartholomew County
Pleasantville, Jackson County
Pleasantville, Sullivan County
Pleasure Valley, Shelby County
Plevna, Howard County
Plum Tree, Huntington County
Plummer, Greene County
Plymouth, Marshall County
Poe, Allen County
Point Commerce, Greene County, Jefferson Township
Point Idalawn, Brown County
Point Isabel, Grant County
Point Township, Posey County
Poland, Clay County
Poling, Jay County
Polk Township, Huntington County
Polk Township, Marshall County
Polk Township, Monroe County
Polk Township, Washington County
Pond Creek Mills, Knox County
Poneto, Wells County
Pontiac, Clay County
Pony, Jay County
Popcorn, Lawrence County
Poplar Grove, Howard County
Poplar Grove, Marion County
Port Fulton, Clark County
Port Gibson, Gibson County, Patoka Township
   It was platted 26 May 1852 by E. Embree and Samuel Shannon, 
   It was a port on the Wabash and Erie Canal.
Port Mahon, Huntington County
   Later called Mahon.
Port Mitchell, Noble County
Portage, Porter County
Portage Township, Porter County
Portage Township, St. Joseph County
Porter, Porter County
Porter County
   County seat is Valparaiso, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective 1 Feb 1836, 
   named for Commodore David Porter, Naval Commander in the War of 1812.
Porter Crossroads, Porter County
Porter Township, Porter County
Portersville, Dubois County
Portland, Hancock County
   Later called Cleveland.
Portland, Jay County, Wayne Township
Portland Mills, Putnam County
Posey County
   County seat is Mount Vernon, created 7 Sep 1814, made effective 1 Nov 1814, 
   named for Brigadier General Thomas Posey, the second and last Governor of 
   the Indiana Territory.
Posey Township, Clay County
Posey Township, Fayette County
Posey Township, Franklin County
Posey Township, Harrison County
Posey Township, Rush County
Posey Township, Switzerland County
Posey Township, Washington County
Poseyville, Posey County
Poston, Ripley County
   Later called Dabney.
Potato Mound, Morgan County
Potawatomi Inn, Steuben County
Potawatomi Park, Kosciusko County
Potawatomi Point, Cass County
Pottawattomie Park, La Porte County
Pottersville, Owen County
Pottertown, Parke County
Poundstone Corner, Cass County
Powers, Jay County
Powley Corners, Warren County
Prairie, Posey County
Prairie City, Clay County
Prairie Creek, Vigo County
Prairie Creek Township, Vigo County
Prairie Township, Henry County
Prairie Township, Kosciusko County
Prairie Township, La Porte County
Prairie Township, Tipton County
Prairie Township, Warren County
Prairie Township, White County
Prairieton, Vigo County
Prairieton Township,  Vigo County
Prather, Clark County
Prather, Morgan County
Prattsburg, Ripley County
Preble, Adams County
Preble Township, Adams County
Prescott, Shelby County
Preston, Vigo County
Priceville, Huntington County
   Later called Banquo.
Prince William, Carroll County
Princes Lakes, Johnson County
Princeton, Gibson County, Patoka Township, 47670
   It was platted 28 Mar 1814 by County Agent Robert M. Evans.  The name for 
   the seat of justice having been hit upon by drawing of lots among the 
   County Commissioners, Captain William Prince wining the lottery.
Progress, Delaware County
Prospect, Orange County
Prosperity, Madison County
Providence, Johnson County
Prowsville, Washington County
Puckett, Grant County
Pueblo, Spencer County
Pulaski, Pulaski County
Pulaski County
   County seat is Winamac, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective 6 May 1839, 
   named for the Polish Soldier Casimir Pulaski, who died at Savannah, 
   in the Revolutionary War.
Pumpkin Center, Orange County
Pumpkin Center, Washington County
Purcell, Knox County
Purdy Hill, Clay County
Putnam County
   County seat is Greencastle, created 31 Dec 1821, made effective 1 Apr 1822, 
   named for General Israel Putnam of the Continental Army.
Putnamville, Putnam County
Pyeattville, Spencer County
Pyrmont, Carroll County