West Lebanon was laid out and platted in the fall of 1830 by Ebenezer Purviance, John G. Jemison and Andrew Fleming, and consisted of 64 lots. Originally named Lebanon, the name was changed to West Lebanon in 1869 when the town was incorporated, possibly in deference to the Boone County community of the same name which established its post office on December 15, 1832, just eleven days before their own. It had a population of 723 as of the 2010 census.
West Lebanon is located approximately 110 miles south of Chicago, 30 miles south of Lafayette (home to Purdue University), and 70 miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Route 63 runs past the west end of the town.
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