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Site of Headquarters of
General William H. Harrison - 1813.
Here, in the War of 1812,
he directed the formation of
his army for the campaign
against the British, resulting
in the victory of the Thames.
This community located in Section 2 of Clinton Township, was
settled in 1813 by Thomas Bull. The land was formerly owned
by John Rathbone for whom Rathbone Road is named. Its early
growth was due largely to a number of "mech…
This garden is dedicated to all veterans, with deep respect and appreciation for their courage, patriotism, and sacrifice.
Dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 2008
This ancient burial ground of Central Ohio was established in a bend of the Scioto River in 1799 and is known as "Old Franklinton Cemetery". The pioneers buried here are about one hundred in number. Seventy-one graves are marked largely by sandsto…
In this churchyard
stood the first church
of the community
The First Presbyterian Church
built and presented to
the congregation in 1811
by Lucas Sullivant
Here in this plot of ground,
which he gave to the pioneers,
he was bur…
Columbus Feeder Canal
Col. Nathaniel McLean removed the first earth for the Columbus Feeder Canal not far from this site, April 27, 1827. The earth was wheeled away by Ralph Osborn and Henry Brown, auditor and treasurer of the state,…
This cast-bronze eagle once adorned the
Battleship U.S.S. Ohio
Restoration has been made possible through
five Columbus Women's Service Clubs
Altrusa Club · Quota Club
Pilot Club · Zonta Club
"Why lovely friend indulge that tear!
Why trembling view my dark abode;
Though you with me must moulder here,
Yet faith can wing the soul to God"
Rebecca (Culbertson) Smith
Born Sept. 28, 1798
Died Feb. 7, 1828
It is this place …
In 1906. Carrie Nelson Black founded the Columbus Society for the Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis. now The Breathing Association. A woman ahead of her time, she volunteered as President and Chief Executive for thirty years, using her keen v…
East North Broadway Historic District
North Broadway was platted by the Loren and Dennison Company in 1890.
East North Broadway originally extended from High Street to the Big Four Railroad
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus and St. Louis RR, lat…