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What would the life of one of the men or women who worked on the W.P. Snyder Jr. be like? The Ohio River Museum offers tours that provide an opportunity to explore the decks of this historic vessel.
Imagine living on the boat all day. What woul…
The W.P. Snyder Jr. is a steam-powered towboat. It moved barges loaded with coal, iron ore, and steel along the Monongahela and Ohio rivers.
When it was launched in 1918, the boat was originally owned by Carnegie Steel and operated as the W.H. …
Sculpted for Marietta's Sesquicentennial by Gutzon Borglum——————————Dedicated July 1938 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a tribute to those farsighted pioneers who journeyed here fro…
Gen. Arthur St. Clair here inaugurated first governor of the North West TerritoryJuly 15, 1788
The lodge was organized in Roxbury, Massachusetts, on February 10, 1776, by Connecticut soldiers in the Continental Army. It met when and where it could during the Revolutionary War. By tradition, the lodge's name and seal were suggested by Benjam…
Lord God of Hostsbe with us yetLest we forgetLest we forget
In honor of the men and women ofthis community who served in theWorld Wars
W.W. I 1917-1918 · W.W. II 1941-1945
KoreaThey grow not old, aswe that are left growold. Ag…
This non-condensing engine with a 12" diameter cylinder and four-foot stroke is one of two first installed on the sternwheel packet CARRIE BROWN (built at Harmar in 1890), which worked the trade between Huntington and Gallipolis. When this boat bu…
Here the new United States of America found, through Northwest territory, the first and common offspring of thirteen discordant and disputatious states, her formula to eminence among all the governments of mankind.
To those unfamed citizens who…
Side A: The Northwest Ordinance, 1787
Following the establishment of the public land system in 1785, the Continental Congress appointed a committee, chaired by James Monroe, to establish government in the new territory north and west of the Ohi…
Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:00 a.m.
The first church in Marietta, organized Dec. 6, 1796. The present building is patterned after the original church, familiarly known to settlers as the "Two Horned Church."
Visitors are welcome