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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WE_county-of-wood_Bowling-Green-OH.html
Born 1788 New York City. Killed in combat September 1814. West Point Graduate 1806. As Military Engineer Helped build Castle Williams, N.Y. and Ft. Norfolk Va. Honored by naming of Fort Wood in New York Harbor and monument at West Point. He plann…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29W3_salem_Salem-OH.html
Founded 1806. Site of Ohio's first Women's Rights Convention April 19-20, 1850.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UY_the-little-miami-railroad_Loveland-OH.html
The Little Miami Railroad was chartered on March 11, 1836, to build a track from Cincinnati to Xenia. In 1844, its rails were laid through the Butterworth farm. The Little Miami was leased and named the Pennsylvania Railroad Co, in 1869. From …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UW_25th-anniversary_Loveland-OH.html
25th Anniversary Lower Little Miami Scenic River designated into the National Wide and Scenic River System January 1980 to protect and enhance the river's free-flowing character, water quality, & outstanding remarkable values (crane logo) …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29TA_clermont-county-bicentennial-marker_Loveland-OH.html
Designed by Cincinnati Music Hall architect, Henry C. Hubbell. Water service was confined to Loveland, but also supplied the large railroad tanks on the B&O and Pennsylvania Railways. Very important in the days of steam locomotives. It was …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29SR_jeremiah-morrows-barn_Maineville-OH.html
Side A In 1795, at the age of 23, Jeremiah Morrow came to the Northwest Territory from Pennsylvania. He purchased land along the Little Miami River in Deerfield Township and in 1799 married Mary Parkhill of Pennsylvania. Around 1800 he built this …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29S3_general-charles-clark_Lebanon-OH.html
(side 1) Charles Clark was born in 1811 in Lebanon, Ohio. He graduated from law school in Kentucky and was given a river trip to New Orleans in 1831. When Clark stopped in Natchez, Mississippi, he was attracted to the old city. He set up a law pr…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29RH_interurban-railway-and-terminal-company-rapid-railway_Mason-OH.html
Side A The Rapid Railway began operation in 1903 and was the Interurban Railway and Terminal Company's (IR&T) northernmost traction line. The IR&T began near Pleasant Ridge and Kennedy Heights in Cincinnati and connected to a street car line t…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29QY_butterworth-station-butterworth-family-contributions_Maineville-OH.html
Side A Butterworth Station (seen across the field) was the southernmost station on the Underground Railroad in Warren County. Built in 1820, it was the home of Benjamin and Rachael Moorman Butterworth. As Quakers and abolitionists who opposed s…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29KR_st-denis-parish-st-valbert-cemetery_Versailles-OH.html
On this site in 1839, on 1 ½ aces, kindly donated by Nickolas Marchal, a log church 32 ft. x 40 ft. x 18 ft. high was built by he and his sons. It was to be called St. Valbert Parish. It was the first Catholic Church in this area and di…
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