Usually refers to or is related to the Wabash River in the Midwestern United States. Wabash may also refer to:
- Battle of the Wabash (disambiguation), several battles
- "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" by Paul Dresser
- USS Wabash, multiple ships
- Wabash and Erie Canal
- "Wabash Cannonball", a song about a train operated by the railroad
- Wabash College, a college in Crawfordsville, Indiana, U.S.A.
- Wabash Combination Depot-Moravia, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Appanoose County, Iowa
- Wabash Confederacy, or Wabash Indians, a loose confederacy of 18th century Native Americans
- Wabash Railroad, a former Class 1 railroad that operated in the Midwestern United States
- Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway Company v. Illinois, an 1886 U.S. Supreme Court case
Other articles related to "wabash":
... He took leave from Wabash from 1958 to 1960 to help establish a research program in theoretical physics at the Bandung Institute of Technology in Indonesia ... He left Wabash in 1967 to become dean of Knox College He continued his international activities, working for the World Bank Survey team in Indonesia and consulting on ... Salter returned to Wabash College as its president in 1978 ...
... The Lincoln Monument of Wabash, Indiana or The Great Emancipator is a public sculpture by Charles Keck (September 9, 1875 – April 23, 1951), a ... The cast bronze sculpture was commissioned by Wabash-native Alexander New and donated to the city of Wabash, Indiana, in 1932 ... It has remained on view at the northeast corner of the Wabash County Courthouse lawn ever since ...
... Thurber was the 19th head football coach for the Wabash College Little Giants located in Crawfordsville, Indiana and he held that position for two seasons, from 1913 until 1914 ... His career coaching record at Wabash was 7 wins, 6 losses, and 1 ties ... This ranks him 15th at Wabash in total wins and 17th at Wabash in winning percentage (.536) ...
... Struggling financially, on August 26, 1879 the Wabash, St ... This lease worked out profitably for the Wabash, giving it a direct line from Detroit to its main line at Logansport, and they used the line as a key connecting link between St ... Problems occurred by 1890 with the lease agreement when the Wabash leased the 9.63-mile (15.50 km) Peru Detroit Railway running between Peru and Chili to ease movements with a connecting line from ...
Famous quotes containing the word wabash:
“Well, Mary, only six more days to go and your old Nathan will be out of the army. Havent decided what Ill do yet. Somehow I just cant picture myself back there on the banks of the Wabash rocking on a front porch. No, Ive been thinkin I, maybe Ill push on west, new settlements, California.”
—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)