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Born 1788 New York City. Killed in combat September 1814. West Point Graduate 1806. As Military Engineer Helped build Castle Williams, N.Y. and Ft. Norfolk Va. Honored by naming of Fort Wood in New York Harbor and monument at West Point. He plann…
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in May 1987 Bowling Green was first platted in 1835. The Main Street Historic District represents the commercial buildings constructed around Bowling Green's brief "boom era" in the late 1800's…
1876 Perry Center 1946 (map on front, text on reverse) When the state of Ohio was chartered, it mandated that every township set aside land for schools.The result was the classic one room schoolhouses that were built in the mid to last half of t…
Prior to 1885, a wooden building with rooms overlooking a hog pen had been used to house the insane patients. It was in such poor condition, however, that the infirmary director would not be responsible for anything that might happen to patients h…
For 127 years, children from Bowling Green learned, laughed, and played on this site as students of the Ridge Street School. Now dedicated to the outdoor enjoyment of area residents, Ridge Park will continue to be a place where new discoveries a…
April 29, 1843. Wood County's first Masonic Lodge formed and met at this site. February 18, 1921 Wood County Lodge #112 F & A.M. moved to 159 N. Main St. in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Elder Oliver Mears organized on February 8, 1862 in a tent on this spot, then a walnut grove owned by William Lovett, the Lovett's Grove Seventh-day Adventist Church, first of this denomination in Ohio. A Frame building erected in 1864 served the …
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on West Side : Harrison's March · 1813 - - - - - 28 Miles to Brady's Island Text on East Side : Harrison's March · 1813 - - - - - 6 Miles to Fort Miami
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on West Side : Harrison's March · 1813 - - - - - 25 Miles to Whittaker's Reserve Text on East Side : Harrison's March · 1813 - - - - - 13 Miles to Dudley's Massacre
Site of Clay's Landing »»«« Here, on May 5, 1813, General Green, Clay landed with his Kentucky troops to reinforce General Harrison at Fort Meigs, during British siege under General Proctor.