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24 pdr. Flank Howitzer - Model 1844 - Cast 1864Maker; Fort Pitt Foundry, Pittsburgh, PA.Used on Casement Flank of fortifications to protect against infantry assults [sic].Range; 1322 yds. at 5 degree Elevation.Bore Dia; 5.82"
Dedicated tothe men and women of this communitywho served our country in time of war,and in memory of thosewho lost their lives.
Marker Front:In memory ofJohn ChapmanBest known asJohnny AppleseedPioneer applenurseryman ofRichland Countyfrom 1810 to 1830 Marker Reverse:Erected byPark TrusteesM. B. BushnellH. M. WeaverR. Brinkerhoff Sr.1900 New Shaft Erected1933by Richl…
John Chapman - better known as "Johnny Appleseed" - Pioneer Apple Nurseryman - lived in & around Mansfield for 20 years - 1810 to 1830.
(Within This Park)Built during War of 1812 in Central Park - a refuge in time of Indian alarms. Rebuilt for Mansfield Centennial in 1908. Now used as a Boy Scout meeting place.
Side A: John Sherman 1923-1900Born in Lancaster, Fairfield County, John Sherman moved to Mansfield to practice law and was elected to Congress in 1854 as one of the first Republicans. In 1861, Sherman was elected to the U.S. Senate. An authority o…
Designed by architect Levi T. Scofield, the Ohio State Reformatory opened its doors in 1896 as a facility to rehabilitate young male offenders through hard work and education. A self-sufficient institution with its own power plant and working farm…
Oldest religious congregation in north-central Ohio. First Methodist sermon preached at the "Spring" in 1809 by Rev. James Copus. Services then conducted in blockhouse, 1811; in first court house, 1813; at church home of Dr. William B. James, 1814…