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Anderson Township is one of ten townships in Warrick County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 1,274 and it contained 500 housing units.
Anderson Township, Warrick County, Indiana Wikipedia
Southern Anderson Township is the location of the Yankeetown Site, an important archaeological site from the Woodland and Mississippian periods.
Anderson Township was established in 1813. The township was named for Bailey Anderson, a pioneer settler.
According to the 2010 census, the township has a total area of 22.13 square miles (57.3 km2), of which 20.72 square miles (53.7 km2) (or 93.63%) is land and 1.41 square miles (3.7 km2) (or 6.37%) is water.Newburgh (east edge)
Dayville at 37.954212°N 87.322228°W / 37.954212; -87.322228
Red Bush at 37.938379°N 87.271948°W / 37.938379; -87.271948
Vanada at 37.932267°N 87.364451°W / 37.932267; -87.364451
Yankeetown at 37.917546°N 87.297782°W / 37.917546; -87.297782
(This list is based on USGS data and may include former settlements.)Boon Township (north)
Luce Township, Spencer County (east)
Ohio Township (northwest)
The township contains Bates Hill Cemetery.Ohio River
Warrick County School Corporation
Indiana's 8th congressional district
State House District 74
State House District 78
State Senate District 47
State Senate District 50