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Hardin Presbyterian Church Building
1865 - 1925
38' x 50'
Note: this brick building
was badly damaged in a
windstorm on July 25,
1925 and was torn down
560 feet south stands the first brick house built in Shelby County by John Wilson in 1816. He settled on the farm in 1807.
of the Miami Conservancy District are for
Flood Prevention Purposes
their use for power development
or for storage
would be a menace to
the cities below.
one of five dams
built by the Miami
and nurses, who
nobly to their
in all her
This bell tolled from the belfry of
Port Jefferson School
to students of this area for 73 years.
The school, located on the S.W. corner of
Spring and Wall Streets, was razed in 1982.
secured by the Alumni Committee,
this memento of 'days gon…
First County Seat of Shelby County
Hardin was founded in October, 1816 by Thomas McClish,
Joseph Steinberger and James Lenox. These men were also
instrumental in developing Shelby County, which included the
areas of Allen county…
Named for Col. John HardinKilled by the Indians here in 1792.Platted 1816. County SeatOf Shelby County 1819.Shawnees camped here Oct. 1832Last trek from Ohio.
Dedicated to the Veterans of all wars and or conflicts who honorably served and to thosewho gave their lives in the service ofour country.
May 30, 1993
Carey's Hall was completed in 1854 by local contractor John W. Carey. Carey's Hall was given as first prize in the Monumental Building lottery in the early 1870s. It housed many businesses over the years. John W. Carey constructed the Shelby Count…
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Schultz's BatteryCivil War 1861 - 1865Battery M, First OhioVolunteer Light Artillery
Sidney, Shelby County, Ohio.
Erected in 1938 byGeorge Hemm Jr.in memory ofhis parents and the pioneerim…