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Indian Green This area of western Hancock County is a part of the Maumee River Watershed known as "Indian Green." Wyandot Indians chose this area for hunting and ceremonial grounds along the Blanchard River in the 1700s because it was next to the…
The great Karg gas well January 20 1886 This marker is erected in humble pride by the people of Findlay Ohio June 21 1937
Remember and honor the many sacrifices that have been made to defend the freedoms that form the foundations of our country. Veterans Service CommissionNorman WillierRoger NeffLarry KitchenRussell EssingerGeorge LehmanMarch 7, 2001
[West Side of Marker] : "Riverside Park"One of the earliest and largest amusement parks in Northwest Ohio dedicated in 1906 on site of old waterworks. Trains brought visitors from as far away as Cleveland. 1907: Dance Pavilion and 2,000 seat audit…
HereHull's ArmyCrossed the Blanchard RiverJune 1812On way to Detroit
The University of Findlaywas founded as Findlay Collegein 1882 by theChurches of God, General Conferenceand the City of FindlayOld Main opened on September 1, 1886,for the first classes. 125th AnniversaryThe University of Findlaywith its foundi…
Site ofFirst School Buildingin Findlay 1827[Dedicated June 1937]
This building selected asan outstanding renovatedbuilding in the downtown area1980 - 1986
This building selected asan outstanding new buildingin the downtown area1978 - 1979
Side A:Findlay College was a joint venture of the Churches of God, General Conference, and the Village of Findlay. It was chartered on January 28, 1882, to provide a liberal arts education within a Christian context for all — regardless of r…