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Bark Cabin Home of Coohcooche &Captive Spencer 1792Indian Grand Council 1793Birthplace of IndianChief Scout - Capt.Anthony Shane and ofChief Occonoxee 1757Whose son and son'sWife died here
French IndianApple TreeLargest on Record9 Ft. Diameter60 Ft. Spread 45 HighBore 200 Bu. 18721670 - 1887
Johnny AppleseedChapmanBenefactor1774 - 1845First Nursery1811 - 1828
Shawnee Glen1792HomeofJohnny Appleseed1828MorningsidePark
CoohcoocheMineral Spring 1790Birthplace of OttawaChief Shabonee 1775andLodge of Shawnee ChiefBlue Jacket 1792Winchester Camp No 11812[Second Marker]
Here, in 1712, was born the Great Indian chief who in-Cited Pontiac's Conspiracy.He federated the tribes andWith the aid of the Frenchthreatened British supreme-acy. Killed in Illinois in 1769.
[Front Side of Marker]: "Spemica Lawba-Johnny Logan"
In September 1786, Captain Benjamin Logan of Kentucky captured a young Indian boy during a raid across the Ohio River on the Machachac tribe towns of the Shawnee nation. Upon returning to Ken…
On this site, the Miami and Erie Canal, that came north from Cincinnati and the Ohio River, intersected with the Wabash and Erie Canal that came from Fort Wayne and Evansville, Indiana. From this point, which became the town of Junction, the canal…
BirthplaceandParkof ChiefPontiac1712 —- 1769
This marker is on the trunk line of both the Miami & Erie Canal and the Wabash & Erie Canal. The Miami & Erie Canal, built by Ohio, was begun on July 21, 1825 and completed in 1845. It connected the Ohio River at Cincinnati with Lake Erie at Toled…