“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Henry County Ohio Historical Markers

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By Christopher Light, November 2, 2007
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Ohio (Henry County), Archbold — 2-35 — Draining the Great Black Swamp
The landscape of northwest Ohio was formed by melting ice and glacial lakes left behind in its wake. Because of the low gradient (3 feet fall per mile) to the northeast, the flat lacustrine plain evolved into a large swamp. A massive swamp forest . . . — Map (db m61753) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Florida — C — Girty's IslandOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
Girty's Island »»«« Named for George Girty, renegade brother of Simon Girty. This was his hiding place between various treach- erous expeditions. — Map (db m136576) HM
Ohio (Henry County), McClure — 1-35 — Prairie Des Mascoutins / Damascus
Front Text : "Prairie Des Mascoutins" In 1742, a tribe of Kickapoo requested permission from Montreal's Governor to move to a Mascoutin village on both sides of the river here. French "Coureurs de Bois" traders named the wide floodplain "La . . . — Map (db m54540) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Napoleon — 3-35 — Civil War Camp Latty
Front Text : "Civil War Camp Latty" Camp Latty was located at the corner of Riverview and Glenwood Avenues in Napoleon, Ohio and included Glenwood Cemetery in its grounds. This camp was named for Judge Alexander S. Latty, a staunch supporter of . . . — Map (db m54539) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Napoleon — 6-35 — Riverfront Industries Powered by Canal Water / How Napoleon Kept Its Name
The completion of the Miami and Erie Canal passing through Napoleon in 1843 provided a way to receive manufactured goods, export farm products, and power local mills. The early industries of Napoleon utilized the canal as a source of reliable water . . . — Map (db m122324) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Napoleon — The Henry County Courthouse
Henry County was organized in 1834 and Napoleon became the county seat in 1835. The first Court was held in a two-story log cabin located at the corner of Perry and Front Streets. The first Courthouse was a plain two-story structure costing . . . — Map (db m28489) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Texas — James Durbin
Sec. No. 53, W.&E.C. Completed 1842 By James Durbin — Map (db m28614) HM
Ohio (Henry County), Texas — Oak Tree
This Oak tree was planted in 1836 by the Ottawa Indians in honor of Martha A. Edwards Showman, the first white child born in Washington Township, Henry County, Ohio. — Map (db m94083) HM

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