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Here stood the two-story log house in which sat the first court of Ross Co., 1798. Here met the Legislature of the N. W. Territory, 1800-1801-1802. In the War of 1812, this was the U. S. Arsenal and Barracks.
[Marker Front]:Born in Chillicothe in 1872, Burton Stevenson's life was devoted to the written word as a prolific author and anthologist, and as a librarian. Following stints as a journalist while a student at Princeton University and then at news…
Side A: The "Statehood Riots"The first Northwest Territory assembly formally met in Cincinnati in September 1799 to initiate self-government. The legislators were deeply divided politically. The Republicans (antifederalists or "Jeffersonians"), l…
Gen. Arthur St. ClairFirst Governorof the N.W. Territory,had his headquarters here,1800 - 1802
[Marker Front]:Methodism was known in Chillicothe as early as 1796. During the early years, 1803-1821, both African American and white Methodists worshipped together in a small brick church, located on the north side of Second Street between Paint…
City Engineer 1964-1971 President of the Rotary Club 1975-1976Member of the Medical Center Construction BoardMember of Community Improvement CorporationAdvisor to Chillicothe-Ross Library BoardChairman of Chillicothe Streetscape CommissionIt was a…
One of the lodges which in 1808 founded the Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio Erected January 7, 1958
In testimonial and public recognition of the renovation and restoration of the Probate and the Juvenile Divisions of the Common Pleas Court, the Ross County Bar Association memorializes and commends the Board of County Commissioners of Ross County…
On this site, on January 4-7, 1808, the six Masonic lodges then existent in the state met and formed the Grand Lodge of Ohio. General Rufus Putnam of Marietta was elected the first Grand Master. Because of advanced age and failing health, he decli…
This classic Gothic Revival home built in the early 1850s, was one of Ohio's early wineries with terraced hillside vineyards overlooking the city of Chillicothe. From 1919 until his death in 1966, it served as the home and working studio of noted …