About Vincennes, IN From the Web…
“In 1800, the Indiana Territory was formed and Vincennes, nestled along the Wabash River, became its capitol. William Henry Harrison became its first governor and then went on to become the United States ninth president. Grouseland, the home he built and the first brick home in the territory, still stands today and is open for tours daily.”
“Vincennes is a city in and the county seat of Knox County, Indiana, United States. It is located on the Wabash River in the southwestern part of the state. Founded in 1732, Vincennes is the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Indiana and one of the oldest settlements west of the Appalachians.”
We serve the following cities:
Vincennes, Washington, Jasper, Evansville, Terre Haute, Bedford, Bloomington, Greencastle, and Martinsville, and Mount Vernon, Effingham, Harrisburg, Charleston, and Mattoon in Illinois, and Henderson and Owensboro in Kentucky.
We serve the following counties:
Knox, Sullivan, Greene, Daviess, Pike, and Gibson, and Jefferson, Effingham, Saline, and Coles in Illinois, and Henderson and Daviess in Kentucky.