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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ottawa County, Ohio

Clickable Map of Ottawa County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Ottawa County, OH (142) Erie County, OH (131) Lucas County, OH (360) Sandusky County, OH (211) Wood County, OH (213)  OttawaCounty(142) Ottawa County (142)  ErieCounty(131) Erie County (131)  LucasCounty(360) Lucas County (360)  SanduskyCounty(211) Sandusky County (211)  WoodCounty(213) Wood County (213)
Port Clinton is the county seat for Ottawa County
Adjacent to Ottawa County, Ohio
      Erie County (131)  
      Lucas County (360)  
      Sandusky County (211)  
      Wood County (213)  
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1Ohio (Ottawa County), Clay Center — Clay Center
Est. Feb. 23, 1871 Founder William Billy Clark Billy named the town Clay Center Because at the time it was the center of the township.Map (db m196388) HM
2Ohio (Ottawa County), Clay Center — Clay Center Veterans Memorial
In honor of those men and women from Clay Center and area who served in the United States military service.Map (db m196389) WM
3Ohio (Ottawa County), Clay Center — Old Village Grade School
Last wooden school built in Ottawa County 6-7-8th Grades Built in 1926Map (db m196390) HM
4Ohio (Ottawa County), Danbury Township — Danbury Township Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the men and women of Danbury Twp who nobly served their country in time of needMap (db m196797) WM
5Ohio (Ottawa County), Elliston — Elliston Civil War Memorial
In memory of the fallen & unknown soldiers & sailors 1861 to 1865Map (db m196574) WM
6Ohio (Ottawa County), Elliston — Veterans Memorial
To our men and women in uniform… past, present and future God bless you… and thank you.Map (db m196573) WM
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7Ohio (Ottawa County), Elmore — Elmore Veterans Memorial
In memory of those who served in the defence of our countryMap (db m190088) WM
8Ohio (Ottawa County), Elmore — Elmore World War I & World War II Veterans Memorial
In memory of our comrades who gave World War I Scott Damschroder • Emery Deitemyer • Henry Fulkert • Ezra Oestreich • Frank Reiber • Perry Schneider • Emil Schott World War II Frey Egert • Gaillard Giesler . . . Map (db m195129) WM
9Ohio (Ottawa County), Elmore — 7-62 — Israel Harrington and Elmore
Israel Harrington (1779-1841) established a tavern at Lower Sandusky (now Fremont) shortly after the War of 1812. As a judge and land speculator, Harrington influenced the organization of much of northwestern Ohio. In 1824 he traded the tavern for . . . Map (db m177750) HM
10Ohio (Ottawa County), Elmore — State Route 51 Concrete Arch Bridge over the Portage River1926-2020
The previous State Route 51 Bridge over the Portage River, built in 1926, was a two-lane highway bridge constructed of reinforced concrete. The three-span, closed spandrel, concrete arch bridge was 282 feet long and 36 feet wide. 98,000 pounds of . . . Map (db m195130) HM WM
11Ohio (Ottawa County), Elmore — Veteran Park
Welcome to Veteran Park Department Of The Air Force United States Of America MCMXLVII Department Of The Army United States Of America 1775 United States Coast Guard 1790 Semper Paratus Department Of The Navy United States . . . Map (db m195131) WM
12Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — Genoa
Inc. 1868 Site of Historic Town Hall and "Little Building" (Old School Privy)Map (db m195127) HM
13Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — Genoa
Inc. 1868 Site of Historic Town Hall and "Little Building" (Old School Privy)Map (db m195128) HM
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14Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — 20-62 — Genoa Town Hall & Opera House
The Village of Genoa and Clay Township agreed to construct a joint township and village hall in Genoa in 1884. The firm Findley & Shively of Fremont designed the hall in the High Victorian Gothic architectural style and Woodville's Fred Sandwisch . . . Map (db m177749) HM
15Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — McCormic-Deering Farmall F-121933
Weight: just under 3000 lbs. Horsepower: 12 Price: $979.50
The F-12 was partly conceived with the idea of breaking down certain farmers resistance to the notion of giving up their mules and horses. It came with . . . Map (db m195126) HM
16Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — Old School Privy
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m196572) HM
17Ohio (Ottawa County), Genoa — Veterans Recreational Park
This war memorial is dedicated to all members of the armed forces who served their country honorably in the cause of freedom and liberty for our nation and the entire free world. May they rest in peace July 4, 2001Map (db m171847) WM
18Ohio (Ottawa County), Graytown — Veterans Memorial Gazebo
To our men and women in uniform… past, present and future God bless you… and thank you.Map (db m196575) WM
19Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Confederate Stockade Cemetery
Confederate Prison On November 15, 1861, the War Department leased one half of Johnson’s Island, in Sandusky Bay, Ohio, and began constructing a 15-acre prison camp on the southeast shore. When complete, the prison complex included a . . . Map (db m165777) HM
20Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Johnson Island Monument
In this hallowed ground, surrounded by the iron fence and gates that date to 1912, are two hundred six marble grave markers. These markers were placed in 1890, courtesy of the citizens of Georgia, replacing the original hand carved wooden markers, . . . Map (db m165782) HM
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21Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Johnson's Island Civil War Prison
has been designated a National Historic Landmark The Johnson's Island Civil War Prison of 1862-1865 served as a vital depot for the confinement of confederate prisoners-of-war during much of the American Civil War. This prison was one of . . . Map (db m165781) HM
22Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Johnson's Island Civil War Prison and Fort Site
Johnson's Island Civil War Prison and Fort Site has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance as an important depot for the confinement of Confederate prisoners of war during the Civil War, . . . Map (db m170784) HM
23Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Johnson's Island Prison1862-1865
[Marker Front]: CONSTRUCTION In 1861 it became apparent to Federal authorities that the war would not end quickly and plans were made for construction of prisons to permanently house thousands of Confederate prisoners. Lieutenant . . . Map (db m165784) HM
24Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — The Johnson’s Island Committee
The Johnson’s Island Committee, composed of Ohio Division United Daughters of the Confederacy®, The Lieutenant General James Longstreet Camp 1658, Sons of Confederate Veterans and others loyal to the cause, in the course of its mission, discovered . . . Map (db m165780) HM
25Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — The Lookout
SOUTHERN 1910 Erected by the Robert Patton Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy of Cincinnati, Ohio, in memory of the southern soldiers who died in the Federal prison on this island during the War between the States. . . . Map (db m165779) HM
26Ohio (Ottawa County), Johnson's Island — Veterans Memorial Bench
Dedicated to the valor of all American soldiers past and present.Map (db m170785) WM
27Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Danbury Township Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the me & women of Danbury Twp. who nobly served their country in time of needMap (db m196763) WM
28Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Danbury Township World War Veterans Memorial
In recognition of the valiant service of the young men and women of Danbury Township who nobly served their country in the World War of 1914-1919 this tablet is gratefully erected by the citizens of Danbury TownshipMap (db m170790) WM
29Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Donald & Coralen Bettinger Park
Don and Corky met in Lakeside in the summer of 1949 and were married two years later. Every summer thereafter, Lakeside was a place for family, faith and fun as they raised their four children and spent their lives serving the Lord Jesus Christ. . . . Map (db m196793) HM
30Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — First Congregational Church
First Congregational Church Built 1900 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m196795) HM
31Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Hoover Potato Digger & Lakeside
The Hoover potato digger was the invention of Isaac W. Hoover (1845-1941). It was patented in 1885 and formally introduced to the world at the 1893 Chicago's World Fair. Over time, the digger became immensely popular and the Hoover . . . Map (db m170788) HM
32Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Lakeside
Founded in 1873 by the Lakeside Company and a Methodist camp meeting associationMap (db m196764) HM
33Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — 15-62 — Lakeside“The Chautauqua on Lake Erie”
Established in 1873, Lakeside is a pioneer of the American Chautauqua Movement, one of the greatest revival movements in United States history which flourished in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Founded by the Methodist Church, . . . Map (db m142370) HM
34Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Lockwood
The Lockwood farm is now East Harbor State Park. Edward and Lydia Lockwood are buried in marked and maintained graves here within the park. The grave site is maintained by the State of Ohio. Grave markers bear the following inscriptions: . . . Map (db m170791) HM
35Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — 17-62 — The Fire of October 20, 1929 / The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Protective Association
On October 20, 1929, fire originated at a an oil-burning stove in a Lakeside cottage on Walnut Avenue. A strong wind shifted the flames onto neighboring buildings threatening the entire block. Fire departments . . . Map (db m142369) HM
36Ohio (Ottawa County), Lakeside — Veterans Memorial
In recognition of all those who servedMap (db m196761) WM
37Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — 1-62 — First Battle Site1812 — Ohio Historical Marker —
The first War of 1812 battle on Ohio soil was fought here when about 60 exhausted citizen soldiers were ambushed by about 130 Indians on September 29. Twenty men held the Indians at bay in a cabin while the main body escaped by boat to Cedar Point. . . . Map (db m35956) HM
38Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — Home of Benajah Walcott
The private home of Benajah Walcott 1762-1832 1st Keeper – Marblehead Lighthouse has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m87268) HM
39Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — Home Of The First Marblehead Village Newspaper⚜️
Established in 1905 by Louis St. MarieMap (db m196798) HM
40Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — In Memory of Mason, Simonds & Mingus
[Marker Front]: In memory of Mason, Simonds, & Mingus. Who fell near this place in battle with the Indians. Sept. 29, 1812. [Marker Side]: This Monument was erected in 1857 by Joshua R. Giddings . . . Map (db m18978) HM
41Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — 2-62 — Johnson's IslandMilitary Prison Camp
In 1861 the United States Army established a prisoner of war camp on Johnson's Island, approximately 1 mile south of this point. The camp, which housed captured Confederate officers, was maintained until 1865 when it was dismantled. The camp . . . Map (db m19012) HM
42Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — 11-62 — Lake ErieA Feature of Ohio's Water Resources
In total area, Lake Erie is the twelfth largest freshwater lake in the world and the most shallow of the five Great Lakes. It is about 210 miles long, 57 miles wide, with a shoreline of approximately 871 miles, and has a maximum depth of 210 feet. . . . Map (db m40066) HM
43Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — Marblehead Lighthouse
If you had the opportunity to climb the 77 steps of the Marblehead Lighthouse, you might be tired! This magnificent 65 feet beacon, originally 50 feet was built in 1821 in just eleven weeks an additional 15 feet was added to the structure in 1903. . . . Map (db m90707) HM
44Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — The Keeper’s House
      The Keeper’s House is so named because it was the personal residence of the first two keepers of the nearby Marblehead Lighthouse. The house was built for Benajah Wolcott and his wife Rachel Miller by William Kelly, a stonemason from . . . Map (db m87283) HM
45Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — 6-62 — The Keeper's HouseOhio Historical Marker
Built in 1822, this native limestone structure was the home of Benajah Wolcott, first keeper of the Marblehead Lighthouse (originally called the Sandusky Bay Light), and his second wife, Rachel Miller Wolcott. Benajah maintained the lighthouse from . . . Map (db m18980) HM
46Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — 18-62 — The Light / The Keepers of the Light
The Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in continuous operation on the Great Lakes. Originally known as the Sandusky Bay Light Station, the lighthouse was built here in 1821 to aid navigation and prevent shipwrecks. William Kelly . . . Map (db m150126) HM
47Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — The View From Here
South Bass Island is the island you see toward your left (west) and has also been called "Put-in-Bay" for the harbor from which Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry launched his successful naval battle against the British fleet under Robert H. Barclay . . . Map (db m171269) HM
48Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — The View From Here
During the great age of sail when shipping in the area flourished during the mid-1800s, wooden hulled schooners rounded this rocky tip of Marblehead Peninsula on their way to and from the bustling Port of Sandusky Bay, carrying limestone and . . . Map (db m171270) HM
49Ohio (Ottawa County), Marblehead — USS Wasp CV7 Memorial
In memory of the men of USS Wasp CV7Map (db m196799) WM
50Ohio (Ottawa County), Martin — Martin
Plotted by John Wells 1863. Named for Judge Martin Wells.Map (db m196571) HM
51Ohio (Ottawa County), Millbury — Crane Creek Cemetery
. . . Map (db m159986) HM
52Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Adolphus KraemerJune 17, 1810 - August 15, 1885 — Adolphus Kraemer Park —
Oak Harbor pioneer, Adolphus Kraemer, was born, raided, and educated in Germany. After immigrating to the United States, he purchased the heavily forested land that is now Oak Harbor from Joseph Wardlow and moved here in 1838. He founded a saw mill . . . Map (db m182895) HM
53Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — American Revolution 1775-1784
American Revolution 1775 — 1784 In Honor of All Veterans Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8732, AuxiliaryMap (db m196605) WM
54Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Blackberry School, Township District #9 Bell
In 2015 Gerald and Joyce Wehner graciously donated to the Oak Harbor Log Cabin Committee the school bell placed here at Adolphus Kraemer Park. The bell originated from the bell tower of Blackberry School, Township District #9. This school existed . . . Map (db m196608) HM
55Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Carroll Township Hall
Carroll Township Hall Built in 1880 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m196641) HM
56Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Flatiron Park
Was dedicated in 1919 to honor veterans of World War I. As of 1985; it has been rededicated in tribute to all who serve this country.Map (db m196624) WM
57Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — History Of Magee Marsh
Magee Marsh is more than 2,000 acres of pristine wetlands that once was part of a 300,000 acre coastal wetland that rimmed the western shores of Lake Erie. 1600s | Etienne Brule and his French voyagers landed on a tributary just east of . . . Map (db m196580) HM
58Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — 12-62 — Magee Marsh Wildlife AreaA Feature of the Great Black Swamp
A dense swamp forest roughly the size of the state of Connecticut once stretched across this region of Ohio and Indiana. A remnant of ancient Lake Maumee, this dense, soggy flatland supported abundant waterfowl and wildlife, but blocked travel and . . . Map (db m49658) HM
59Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Mayor's Grove
This grove is dedicated to the men & women who have provided their time & talents to the service of the office of mayor for the village of Oak Harbor. As incorporated April 1871. John R. Wilson • Otto Schimansky • John C. . . . Map (db m196632) HM
60Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Medal Of Honor Red Oak
In loving memory of all the attacks on our nation on September 11, 2001Map (db m196612) WM
61Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Oak Harbor
Oak timber was shipped from this harbor to world portsMap (db m196639) HM
62Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Oak Harbor Veterans Memorial
Plaque 1 To those from this community who served our country in the World War this memorial is lovingly dedicated Thanks be to God who giveth us the victory 1919 Plaque 2 In memory of our sons who died . . . Map (db m196626) WM
63Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Purple Martins
Purple martins are social birds with a close relationship to people. Historically, purple martins nested in dead trees hollowed by woodpeckers. Native Americans began the practice of providing gourds as housing for purple martins. When the . . . Map (db m196581) HM
64Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Sport Fish & Wildlife Restoration
Ohio has a rich outdoor heritage that is enjoyed by all and funded largely by sportsmen and women through the federal aid in wildlife and sport fish restoration programs. Annually, close to $400 millions of dollars are dedicated to fish and . . . Map (db m196579) HM
65Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Thank You Veterans
Jess Robert Burdine A Proud Navy Vet 1933-2016 Merdella A. Burdine 1933-2018Map (db m196629) WM
66Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — The Cabin
What started as a challenge became a reality. Prior to 2003 bicentennial, the Oak Harbor Lions Club was challenged by Ohio Bicentennial representative Beth Hansen, former Oak Harbor native, to do something "extraordinary” for the . . . Map (db m196609) HM
67Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Veterans Memorial
In honor of all veterans of all wars and conflicts S.A.L. Post 114Map (db m196637) WM
68Ohio (Ottawa County), Oak Harbor — Veterans Memorial Bench
C.L. Jenkins U.S. Army Korean War • H.L. Jenkins W.W.II USAF A-26 Pilot • B.E. Bale U.S. Army W.W.II • E.E. Jenkins Civil War C.S.A. • G. Pinchot U.S. Army W.W.II • J. Pinchot U.S.N. W.W.II • G.K. Jenkins U.S. Army Vietnam Green Beret • . . . Map (db m196607) HM
69Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — "Lightkeepers"
Bronze sculpture by Andy Sacksteder dedicated to the keepers of the Port Clinton Lighthouse Austin Smith 1833-1848 • Benjamin Orcutt 1849-1853 • George Momemy 1853-1859 • Leander Porter 1864-1870 • Robert Wakefield 1896-1900 • . . . Map (db m196748) HM
70Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — 1912 Matthews 35' "Detroit"
1912 Matthews 35' "Detroit" Worlds first gasoline powered Trans Atlantic voyage Built in Port Clinton, Ohio 1951 "Deluxe" 40' Matthews Boat Co. Port Clinton, OhioMap (db m196745) HM
71Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — AH-1 Iroquois Helicopter (Huey)
Length: 57ft lin Rotor Diameter: 48ft Height: 14ft 5in Empty Weight: 5.215 lb Loaded Weight: 9.040 lb Crew: 1-4 Power Plant: 1x Lycoming T53-L-11 turboshaft, 1,100 shp Maximum Speed: 135 mph Service Ceiling: 19,390 ft Armament: . . . Map (db m196664) HM
72Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — AH-1F Modernized Cobra
Length: 53ft Rotor Diameter: 44ft Height: 13ft 6in Empty Weight: 6,600 lb Crew: 2 (one pilot, one co-pilot/gunner) Power Plant: 1 x Lycoming T53-L-703 turboshaft, 1,800 shp Maximum Speed: 149 knots (172 mph) Service Ceiling: 12,200ft . . . Map (db m196663) HM
73Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — American Expedition 1813Across the De Lery Portage
From Fort Seneca to Detroit and the invasion of Canada as noted in Captain R.B. McAfee's history 1816. Major General Harrison on receiving word of Commodore Perry's victory proceeded to Fort Stephenson and "issued his orders for the movement of . . . Map (db m18252) HM
74Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Baesel Building
In memory of 2nd Lt. Albert E. Baesel Co. B. 148th Inf. Killed in action-Sept. 27, 1918-Freance Awarded Congressional Medal Of Honor 37th Division Veterans AssociationMap (db m196674) WM
75Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Bataan
Bataan We will Remember 1942 - 1987Map (db m196710) WM
76Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Bataan-Armory
Named and dedicated to the honor and memory of Company "C" 192nd Tank Battalion. Activated November 25, 1940 and served in the USAFFE - Philippine Islands - Until their liberation in September 1945. Richar F. Celeste, Governor • Myrl H. . . . Map (db m196675) WM
77Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Battle Of Bataan War Memorial
We dedicate this memorial to honor these brave soldiers from Port Clinton Battle of Bataan 1941-1942 Bataan Death March April, 1942 Dedicated May, 1992 Charles P. Chaffin • John Kovach Jr • Howard M. Wodrich • Robert S. . . . Map (db m196754) WM
78Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Battle Of Lake Erie Gun
This gun was served during the Battle of Lake Erie Sept. 10. 1813 Erected by The American Legion To commemorate Admiral Perry's Glorious VictoryMap (db m196686) HM
79Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Boundary MarkerNorthwest
The Western Reserve 41° N. Latitude 120 Miles Northwest Boundary Marker of the Connecticut Western Reserve. Conveyed to the United States, September 11, 1786 Map (db m31727) HM
80Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Buckeye Tree Planted 1909
In honor of Brigadier General William V. McMaken Comdg., 1st Brigade, O.N.G.Map (db m196679) WM
81Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Buckeye Tree Planted 1909
In honor of Brigadier General John C. Speaks Comdg., 2nd Brigade, O.N.G.Map (db m196680) WM
82Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Camp Perry
Side 1 Named in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, U.S.N. Victor in the Battle of Lake Erie Authorized April 18, 1908, by appropriation of The 77th General Assembly of Ohio. Side 2 National Matches . . . Map (db m196678) WM
83Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — 4-62 — Camp Perry
In an effort to improve the marksmanship of Ohio soldiers, Adjutant General Ammon B. Critchfield established Camp Perry, an Ohio National Guard Military Training site on the shore of Lake Erie in 1906. Camp Perry was named after Commodore Oliver . . . Map (db m177753) HM
84Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Company 'C' 192nd Tank Battalion
This plaque is to identify the Ohio friends and neighbors, who on Monday 25 November 1940 answered the call of the president of the United States and entered into active duty in response to the threat of global war. On the morning of Friday, 29 . . . Map (db m196667) HM
85Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Dedicated To The City Of Port Clinton
Dedicated by the City of Port Clinton To all the men & women in the armed services Who have paid the ultimate sacrifice Memorial Day 2012Map (db m196714) WM
86Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — C47 — End of Harrison's Trail in Ohio - War of 1812Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m18174) HM
87Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — 3-62 — Erie Proving Ground
Established as Camp Perry Proving Ground, March, 1918, and later designated Erie Proving Ground, Erie Ordnance Depot, and Erie Army Depot. Artillery, tank guns, and armor plate were proof tested here during wartime periods. Over 5,000 persons were . . . Map (db m192464) HM
88Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Erie Township Veterans Memorial
. . . Map (db m170789) WM
89Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Fort Sites / De Lery Portage / French Expedition 1754
South face:Fort SitesFort Sites Here near the peninsula carrying place where earlier British traders may have had a post, French soldiers built in 1750 and 1751 a small palisaded fort later called "Sandoski." Lt. deLery . . . Map (db m20524) HM
90Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Gratitude Train
One of 48 railroad cars sent to the United States by the people of France after World War II loaded with gifts n gratitude for the gifts sent to France by the people of the United States. The plaques depict the coats of arms of the provinces . . . Map (db m196657) HM
91Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Hough Grove
Hough Grove Dedicated to the memory of Maj. Gen. Benson W. Hough In Command of the 37th Division, O.N.G. 1923-1935Map (db m196682) WM
92Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Indian Mill Stone
This stone, with indentations on the top making natural bowls, was used for grinding corn. It was found at the site of old Fort Sandoski which stood on the north shore of Sandusky Bay overlooking the south end of the De Lery Portage.Map (db m41341) HM
93Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Japanese Type 38 "I" Improved Field Gun
This is an "Improved" German Krupp designed 75mm field gun built in 1910 in the historic Japanese village of Shikano on the Sea of Japan under Osaka Arsenal's control. It is one of 2,900 built and one of only thirty-three in existence presently . . . Map (db m196718) WM
94Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Keeper's Boathouse
In 1902, the U. S. Lighthouse Service authorized the construction of a boathouse on the Portage River to facilitate access by the Keeper to service the lighthouse located on the West Pier of the harbor entrance. When the lighthouse was . . . Map (db m196750) HM
95Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Krotiak Building
In memory of PFC. Anthony L. Krotiak Co. I, 148th Inf. Killed in action - May 8, 1945 - Luzon Awarded Congressional Medal Of Honor 37th Division Veterans AssociationMap (db m196677) WM
96Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — Lest We Forget
To honor members of 192nd Tank Battalion Donated by friends of John D. MinierMap (db m196712) WM
97Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — M1 Abrams
Dimensions: 32ft x 12ft x 8ft Total Weight, Battle Ready: 68 short tons Crew: 4 (Commander, Driver, Loader, Gunner) Propulsion: Honeywell AGT1500C multi-fuel turbine 1,500 hp Maximum Speed: 45 mph road, 30 mph off road Armament: 105 mm L55 . . . Map (db m196661) HM
98Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — M106A2 Variand of the M113
Dimensions: 15.11ft x 8.97ft x 8.2ft Total Weight, Battle Ready: 12.3 short tons Crew: 5 (Commander, Driver, 3 infantry) Propulsion: Detroit 6V53T, 6-cyl. diesel 275 hp Maximum Speed: 42mph road, 3.6 mph swimming Armament Main: cal. 50 . . . Map (db m196665) HM
99Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — M4 Sherman
Dimensions: 19ft 2in x 8ft 7in x 9ft Total Weight, Battle Ready: 30.3 tons Crew: 5 (Commander, driver, co-driver, gunner, loader) Propulsion: Continental R975 9-cyl. air-cooled gasoline, 400 hp Maximum Speed: 30 mph on road Armament Main: . . . Map (db m196659) HM
100Ohio (Ottawa County), Port Clinton — M-42 "Duster"
Presented to City of Port Clinton Homer D. Gardner Post #2480 Veterans of Foreign Wars As a memorial to the Veterans of American WarsMap (db m196716) WM

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