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the old Beechwold Historic District has been placed on the National Register of historic places by the United States Department of the Interior 1987
The German Seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Ohio, the first Lutheran theological seminary west of the Appalachian Mountains, began instruction under Pastor Wilhelm Schmidt in Canton in 1830. The seminary relocated to Columbus at thi…
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places 1973 by the United States Department of the Interior ———————————————— has been des…
Construction of old City Hall on this site was begun in 1869 and completed in 1872 at a cost of $175,000. The 140-foot high building of Gothic design contained dark cream Amherst stone and was one of the prominent landmarks of its day. First flo…
On this site, January 25, 1890, delegates from the National Progressive Union and the Knights of Labor District Trades Assembly 135 met in convention at old City Hall and founded the United Mine Workers of America. The merger ended years of feud…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
When Ohio and the United States were mostly rural, cemeteries were often located on the family farm. For many of these cemeteries few or no records exist. Available records suggest that this small site is the Francis H. Game Cemetery established c…
Dedicated to our fine young men andwomen that serve our armed forces Was made possible through the"Brutus on Parade" program benefitting theWilliam Oxley Thompson Memorial Library. www.BrutusOnParade.com
On this spot the first cabinin Columbuswas built by its first inhabitant John Brickell 1797 Born Stewarts Crossing, Penn. 1781.Captured by a Delaware Indian 1791.Adopted by chief of that tribeWhingwy Pooshies (Big Cat)wholived on the Auglaiz…
Near this spot, June 21, 1813was held a council betweenGeneralWilliam Henry Harrisonand the Indians comprisingWyandots, Delawares,Shawnees and Senecas withTarhe the Craneas spokesman resulting in permanent peacewith the Indians of Ohio.
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