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(front) Powhatan Beaty Born in Richmond, Virginia. Powhatan Beaty moved to Cincinnati in 1849, where he spent the majority of his life. Beaty enlisted as a private in the Union Army in June 1863, and two days later was promoted to first sergea…
Built by Jediah Hill 1850 Major Reconstructions 1956 & 1981 Listed in National Historic Register 1973
Property for Mt. Airy Forest was first acquired in 1911. Its listing by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior, shows the period of significance as 1911-1959 and notes the following: * One of the nation's first city reforestation…
Approximately at this point two Ohio military trails branched. Reading Road fol- lows the marches of Bowman, Clark, Harmar, Harrison, Clay and Shelby.1779- 1812. Central Parkway follows the route of St. Clair and Wayne, 1791- 1793 C- 6…
1917 - World War Honor Roll - 1918 And when the storm of war was gone, enjoyed the peace your valor won.
Let Us Hold in Honored Memory Those Who Served Their Country in the Great War * 1917 - 1918 *
In memory of the service of Battery F, 136th Field Artillery, A.E.F. Erected by the mothers.
In memory of the citizens of Hamilton County who gave their lives in the country's service. 1917 - 1918. These cherry trees were planted by the Garden Club of Cincinnati. 1920
May 6, 1874-July 9, 1921. President, Cincinnati Rotary Club 1914-1915. Commanding Officer, 147th Infantry Regiment Ohio National Guard, World War I. First National Commander, American Legion 1920.
In the year 1792, Henry Tucker started clearing land and erecting a Station House on the old Indian Trace in what is now the village of Woodlawn. He had purchased the land from John Cleves Symmes for two dollars per acre. Fear of Indian Attack dro…
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