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The Twin Arch stone culvert was constructed in 1837 as part of the "extension" of the original Miami and Erie Canal which ran from Dayton to Piqua. The purpose of the Twin Arch was to carry stream water from the Howell Ditch under the Mi…
Construction of the Miami Extension of the Miami and Erie Canal, which included Troy, began around 1834. Lock 12 was built in 1836. General William Henry Harrison and other dignitaries officially opened the Troy section on July 4, 1837. The canal …
In recognition of the patriotism of the people of Miami County who oversubscribed their war savings quota in 1918 this tablet is gratefully erected by the Oho War Savings Committee
Log Jail built here, 1808 Log Jailers house built beside it in 1810. A second floor over both served as Troy's second courthouse 1811- 1824. Troy's fourth courthouse— Two-story, Greek Revival, brick building with columns in front an…
Erected in 1847 out of the brick of the first Miami County Courthouse, which was located on the Public Square and razed in 1845
Sheriff's House built in 1826 Jail in rear built in 1830. Both served until 1854, when the brick sheriff's house and the stone jail across the street were completed.
War Veterans buried here: American Revolution: Aaron Tullis 1753-1840 Alexander Telford 1759-1844 John W. Meredith 1760-1844 Indian Campaigns: William Gahagan, Scout for Gen. Wayne, 1794 War of 1812: 25 Soldiers, including Benja…
Founded on March 24, 1917 by C.C. Hobart, his wife Ella and sons, Charles, Edward and William, Hobart Brothers Company was built on C.C.'s interest and experience in manufacturing. He had worked for the Edison Electrical Illuminating Company in Mi…
In front of you is a "footprint" of Lock 12 using a portion of the lock stones from the original Lock 12. It's constructed in accordance with the original dimensions of Lock 12. The historic display is placed on land owned by the City of…
In memory of Veterans Revolutionary War and War of 1812 They served with honor