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This pavement is a replica of the original test strip placed in 1891 by George W. Bartholomew
Historically a political center and site of several intertribal councils, Wapatomica is considered the most significant site of Shawnee history in Ohio. As such, the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma donated the funds for this monument.
During the Revolution the Wyandot Village here became a British War base called Wapatomica. Invasions against Bryant Station, Ky. and Fort Henry (Wheeling, W. Va.) were planned and started from here.
Fort erected 1782, was destroyed 1786 by Col. …
in honor of All Veterans
(logo seal- Department of Defense)
of Jefferson Township
This town was established
after the destruction of
the Mackachack towns in
Dunmore's War in 1774. It
was named for a wild pigeon roost near by. Col.
Logan's army destroyed it
Shawnee Village Site
The Shawnee Indians…
Quaker Meeting Place
This cemetery marks the
location of a Quaker Meet
ing house built before 1820.
Wm. Reames, a Revolutionary
soldier, and Thomas Stanfield
were promoters and mem
bers of the society.
Site of First
Clarence L. Knowlton and Vertura Mae Knowlton
came to Bellefontaine in 1917 when Clarence L. Knowlton had contracted to build the first phase of the Mary Rutan Hospital. During this time Clarence and
Vertura Knowlton liked the people of Bellefon…
The Harley Long Building
This building is named in honor of
a faithful and trusted employee of
the Park Department for twenty- nine
March 1, 1982
Bellefontaine, Ohio was home of
the 664th Aircraft Control and
Warning Squadron of
the United States Air Force.
Young men from all over America
served here as part of
our nation's Air Defense Forces.
To honor those …
Ohio Hi Point Career Center
Developing our most
valuable resource- people-
through quality career
technical & academic education.
superintendent- Kimberly Wilson
treasurer- Eric Adelsberger
Project Facilitator- Robert Walker…