A Stone's Pace
History Collection • 8m 52s
Indiana Limestone can be found all over the country. It is known for its uniqueness and beauty and has been turned into some of the most stunning works of architectural mastery. But, many people really know what goes on in those big mills found in the Stone Belt.
A Stone's Pace takes a look beyond the buildings and dives into the personal stories of the men who work the stone.
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