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Where today you see ball fields and green space, there was once a 254-acre military-industrial complex dedicated to advancing aviation. Some four dozen laboratories, hangars, shops, and offices were hurriedly built here in fall of 1917, the fi…
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Memorial to the Thirty-three soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in this cemetery Honoring Josephine C. Diefenbach state president 1935-1937 erected by The Ohio Society United States Daughters of 1812 on the anniversary of Perry's V…
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Side A: McCook Field Cradle of Aviation Innovation Interest in the new field of aeronautics grew dramatically when the United States entered the World War I in 1917. The army chose Dayton as the site for a research-and-development progra…
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William Morris House William Morris married his second wife, Patsy Hillian, on October 5, 1831. The couple had a son in 1835 when Morris was 74 years old. William Morris, a Revolutionary War veteran, came to Montgomery County in 1806, He …
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On July 30, 1816, the year before the establishment of Butler Township, a group of farmers of German background founded the Stillwater Church. The log structure with adjoining cemetery was located on three acres between Dog Leg Road and Frederick …
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Cpl. Tony Stein Memorial Bridge In honor of Cpl. Tony Stein, USMC Congessional Medal of Honor WW II Iwo Jima killed in action March, 1, 1945 presented by Kaiser Aluminum 1998
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2333_deeds-barn_Dayton-OH.html
On this site, 319 Central Avenue, Charles F. Kettering invented the electric ignition and the self-starter which revolutionized the automobile industry and in 1909 led to the founding of the Dayton Engineering Laboratories Company (Delco). Ke…
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Being too busy to change the phonograph record, the men working in this building listened to the song, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie" over and over through the night. This is a replica of the carriage barn that stood behind the …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM22WT_viet-nam-veterans-memorial-a-war-memorial_Dayton-OH.html
The land for this memorial was donated by the City of Dayton and its people in respect and tribute to the Viet Nam Veteran. "This is a living memorial...today is a celebration of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. No statues of…
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The 98th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry was encamped near this point on the old Patterson farm and mustered into the service of the United States August 20th 1862 with 968 men. Left for the front August 23rd 1862. Mustered out at Nashvil…
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