National Register District
In 1988, five Pendleton women founded an organization known as Historic Fall Creek, Pendleton Settlement. Concerned Pendleton could lose its fragile and unique historic significance, the women worked to place the Town of Pendleton on the National Register of Historic Places.
On June 27, 1991, the Town of Pendleton became the second community in the State of Indiana to have the entirety of its early boundaries entered onto the National Register of Historic Places. The district is an approximation of the 1900 Pendleton town limits, which contains some of the best representations of early 19th century architecture in Madison County.
Click here to see Pendleton's National Register of Historic Places Registration form.