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Dedicated to Veteransof All U.S.A. WarsNovember 11, 1993 "For history does not longentrust the care of freedomto the weak or the timid"Dwight Eisenhower Dedicated Nov. 11, 2009
Arriving in 1853, the Central Ohio Railroad called this place "Kirkersville Station," and it was later changed by stationmaster James Outcalt, who renamed the town Outville after himself. As rail traffic increased in Ohio, a successor company, the…
The first school in what is now Pataskala was a "subscription school" operated by Amariah Cubberly on the nearby banks of the South Fork of the Licking River in the 1820s. Subscription schools, which charged fees, were the forerunners of rural pub…
Born in New Jersey, Richard and Sarah Conine, the founders of the village of Pataskala, moved to Lima Township and lived on this site as early as 1821 when Richard established a grist mill nearby. Their homestead also served as a stagecoach stop o…