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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Sandusky County, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Sandusky County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Sandusky County, OH (234) Erie County, OH (137) Huron County, OH (90) Ottawa County, OH (141) Seneca County, OH (123) Wood County, OH (224)  SanduskyCounty(234) Sandusky County (234)  ErieCounty(137) Erie County (137)  HuronCounty(90) Huron County (90)  OttawaCounty(141) Ottawa County (141)  SenecaCounty(123) Seneca County (123)  WoodCounty(224) Wood County (224)
Fremont is the county seat for Sandusky County
Adjacent to Sandusky County, Ohio
      Erie County (137)  
      Huron County (90)  
      Ottawa County (141)  
      Seneca County (123)  
      Wood County (224)  
 
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1 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — 5-72 — Circuit Riders / Bishop John Seybert
Circuit Riders The Methodists first entered the Ohio territory in 1785 followed soon by the United Brethren in Christ and the Evangelical Association. Circuit riders were appointed to their circuit by their bishops and ordained by the . . . Map (db m97309) HM
2 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — N & W #514900Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum
This 280,000 lb. crane with a 200 ton capacity, was built by Industrial Works of Bay City, Michigan in 1923. Originally it was steam powered, becoming dieselized in 1959. It was donated by NS Corporation in 1993. The Southern Derrick Car . . . Map (db m199646) HM
3 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — N&W #2349Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum
Builder - EMD Model - SD-9 Built - 1957 Horsepower - 1750 Originally built for the Nickel Plate Road as their #349, it was used in the coalfields of the Wheeling District, pulling heavy coal trains. This unit and most of her 19 sisters . . . Map (db m199647) HM
4 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — NKP #1047Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum
This wooden caboose, was built by Lafayette Car Works in 1882. It was rescued from a farmer's field in Michigantown, Indiana in 1986, where it was used as a clubhouse for a boy scout club. After 8 years of hard work, the restoration was . . . Map (db m199649) HM
5 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — NYC #X665Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum
This snow plow was built in Ridgeway, Pennsylvania in 1943. It operated by steam and weighs 42.5 ton. It has 12 foot movable arms (blades) which can be widened to cover two tracks. It was purchased from a scrapper and moved to the museum in . . . Map (db m199644) HM
6 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — NYC Freight HouseMad River & NKP Railroad Museum
his building served the New York Central Railroad as a shipping and receiving location for many years. It was purchased by the museum from the 7- Limers Corporation in 1984 and now serves as the offices and library for the society. This Sign . . . Map (db m199645) HM
7 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — PRR #2Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum
This 45 ton side arm car pusher locomotive (electric) was built around 1920 by the Atlas Car Company in Cleveland, Ohio. The unit was used at the Lower Lake Docks (PRR Coal Docks) in Sandusky, Ohio. It was donated by NS Corporation in 1992. . . . Map (db m199643) HM
8 Ohio, Sandusky County, Bellevue — Sandusky
William Henry Harrison dedicated first Ohio railroad in 1835Map (db m199648) HM
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9 Ohio, Sandusky County, Burgoon — Mull Covered Bridge / Covered Bridges
Mull Covered Bridge The Mull Covered Bridge was built in 1851 by the Henry Mull Family to allow for safe passage across Wolf Creek and easy access for trade to the Mull mill. The bridge was open for traffic until 1962 when the road was . . . Map (db m165701) HM
10 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — American Revolutionay War Tree
The International Society of Arboriculture and the National Arborist Association jointly recognize this significant tree in this bicentennial year as having lived here during the American Revolutionary period 1776-1976Map (db m199810) HM
11 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Clyde Public Library Veterans Memorial
Dedicated In Memory Of All Who Served Their CountryMap (db m199779) HM
12 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Clyde Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those men and women of this community who served our country in times of peace and war and especially to those who gave their lives in that service.Map (db m199771) WM
13 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Eagle Weathervane1882 - 1987
On cupola above - symbol of Clyde 1882 Original preserved in Clyde Museum Replaced 1987 by Clyde 1787 Celebration Funded by People, Business & Industry of ClydeMap (db m199776) HM
14 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — 9-72 — General James Birdseye McPherson
Side A : "General James Birdseye McPherson" James Birdseye McPherson was born in Hamer's Corners (now Clyde) on November 14, 1828. He left this house at age 13 to work in nearby Green Springs. He attended Norwalk Academy and West Point, where he . . . Map (db m31737) HM
15 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — George Burton Meek
Born Mar. 6, 1872 Killed in action on Torpedo Boat Winslow May 11, 1898 The first to be killed in the service of U.S. in the War with SpainMap (db m199811) HM WM
16 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — James Birdseye McPherson
Dedicated to the memory of James Birdseye McPherson Born at Clyde, Ohio, Nov. 14, 1828, Graduated from West Point, 1853; Appoited Brevet Second Lieutenant of Engineers 1853; Appointed Captain Aug. 6, 1861; Served in the field at the opening of the . . . Map (db m20473) HM
17 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Korean War Memorial Bench
In honor and memory of our Korean War veteransMap (db m203917) WM
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18 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — McPherson Birthplace
Here stood the log cabin where General James B. McPherson was born Nov. 14, 1828.Map (db m31735) HM
19 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — 3-72 — McPherson Cemetery
Named for Major General James B. McPherson, buried here July 29, 1864. Here also are graves of George Burton Meek, U.S.N., first American serviceman killed in the War with Spain; Congressional Medal of Honor recipients Charles H. McCleary, Civil . . . Map (db m25926) HM
20 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Neal D. Fowler
In memory of Neal D. Fowler Clyde Police Officer July 20, 1889 - December 6, 1938 **** Killed in line of duty **** As a law enforcement officer my fundamental duty is to serve mankind ** To safeguard lives and property ** ** Protect . . . Map (db m199772) HM
21 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Railroad in the Swamp
Travel in Northwest Ohio was not always as easy as it is today. Once known as the Great Black Swamp, this area was almost impassable. Early routes were simply logs laid down side-by-side in the thick mud to form bone-jarring "corduroy roads". . . . Map (db m199770) HM
22 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Sherwood Anderson1876 - 1941
. . . Map (db m199777) HM
23 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — 4-68 — Sherwood Anderson
Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941), author of 27 works, gave up a successful business career in Elyria, Ohio, to concentrate on writing. Born in Camden, Anderson spent his formative years (1884-1895) in Clyde, and in 1919 he published his most notable . . . Map (db m175657) HM
24 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Veterans Memorial
In memory of all who served their countryMap (db m199809) WM
25 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — Welcome to McPherson Cemetery"Home to Heroes and Legends"
Notable Statues and Markers Include: 1. General James B. McPherson, Highest ranking Union officer to die in the Civil War 2. McPherson Family Graves 3. Jacob Daggett, Died 1836 Revolutionary War Veteran 4. Emma Anderson, Died 1895 Mother . . . Map (db m199806) HM
26 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde — World War II Veterans Memorial
In memory of Donald F. Lahr Ohio Sgt. Co. 148 Infantry World War II PH Nov. 2, 1918 KIA Mar. 10, 1945 In memory of Louis P. Dunigan Ohio Pfc. Co. F 325 Infantry World War II PH Apr 19 1919 KIA Sept 27 1944 In memory of Robert W. Sultz Ohio . . . Map (db m199807) WM
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27 Ohio, Sandusky County, Clyde, Green Creek Township — Veterans Memorial
Flag flying in memory ofMap (db m219217) WM
28 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — 1st Lt. Edward J. Snyder
12th Veterinary Corps Died at Sea October 27, 1918Map (db m185209) WM
29 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Albert Seiler
58th Inf. 4th Div. Killed In France July 19, 1918Map (db m185197) WM
30 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Alfons J. Wyss
Co. A 5th Regiment USMC. Killed in France November 4, 1918Map (db m185167) WM
31 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Alfred Myers
Co. C 9th Inf. Died in France October 2, 1918Map (db m185201) WM
32 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Along this line stand the old Milestones
Along this line stand the old Milestones of the Maumee & Western Reserve Turnpike between Lower Sandusky LS now Fremont and Perrysburg P The Turnpike, built 1824-27, is now Route 20 between Bellevue & Perrysburg, Ohio.Map (db m195200) HM
33 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — American Elm
Survivor tree seedling Oklahoma City Bombing April 19, 1995Map (db m185146) HM
34 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Anthony F. Maier
Co. L 360th 84 Div. Died In France November 5, 1918Map (db m185533) WM
35 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Arthur N. Berry
Co. G 329th Inf. 83rd Div. Died in France September 13, 1918Map (db m185599) WM
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36 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Ball’s Battlefield
Major Ball’s Squadron 2nd Light Dragoons U.S. Army while escorting Col. Wells 17th U.S. Infantry from Major General Harrison’s headquarters at Fort Seneca to relieve Major Croghan of the command of Fort Stephenson for alleged insubordination in . . . Map (db m17967) HM
37 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Bernardine Stetzel MuralA Tribute To The Artist — Tiffin - 1927-2016 - Fremont —
"I couldn't get what I Wonted to soy into words, so I decided to do it in pointing…"
Bernadine taught herself to make art and created paintings of her treasured childhood memories and people she most admired. In . . . Map (db m195195) HM
38 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Bert J. Hale
Co. B 362nd Inf. 91st Div. Killed in France September 29, 1918Map (db m185539) WM
39 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Berthart Cabel
50th Co. 158 Depot Brigade. Died Camp Sherman, Ohio October 6, 1918Map (db m185475) WM
40 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C44 — Brady's IslandOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m20568) HM
41 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C.L.G. Nieman
Co. L 327 Inf. 82nd Div. Died in France October 16, 1918Map (db m185205) WM
42 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Captain Samuel Thomson
In honor of - Captain Samuel Thomson, - wounded at Lundy’s Lane, Canada in the second war with Great Britain, and the soldiers of Sandusky County in the War with Mexico, 1846-1848.Map (db m87264) HM
43 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Carl Eisenhart
Co. K 5th Inf. Died USA February 12, 1917Map (db m185254) WM
44 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Carl H. Drenning
Co. B 16th Inf. Died in France April 5, 1919Map (db m185593) WM
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45 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles A. Fought
Co. 15 158th Depot Brig. Died Camp Sherman, Ohio April 18, 1918Map (db m185474) WM
46 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles Englehart
Co. E 328th Inf. 82nd Div. Killed in France October 9, 1918Map (db m185592) WM
47 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles Heffner
Co. D 1st Reg't Inf. Died At Sea-Cuba September 15, 1898Map (db m185175) WM
48 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles Koons
12th Reg. Motor School. Died Camp Jackson, S.C. October 27, 1918Map (db m185535) WM
49 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles L. Keller
Co. C 6th Reg't. O.V.I. Died USA April 2, 1917Map (db m185253) WM
50 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Charles R. Shade
US Naval Res. Force. Died Great Lakes Naval Ctr. September 25, 1918Map (db m185242) WM
51 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Clement Gabel
50th Co. 159 Depot Brigade. Died Camp Taylor KY. October 7, 1918Map (db m185540) WM
52 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Cleveland GatewayMcKinley Memorial Parkway
In honor of Grover Cleveland 22nd President of the United States and President-Elect for the Term 1893 - 1897 and William McKinley Governor of Ohio 1892 - 1896. Later 24th President of the United States 1897 - 1901. Mourners at the Funeral of their . . . Map (db m91955) HM
53 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Clifford C. Niebling
Clifford C. Niebling Co. D 10th Inf. Died in Rock Island, Ill. April 17, 1918Map (db m185200) WM
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54 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Clyde Hawk
Co. B 112th Engineers. Killed in USA August 27, 1917Map (db m185538) WM
55 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Colonel Webb C. Hayes, M.H.
By his gift and endowment of Spiegel Grove with the Hayes Homestead and Hayes Memorial, he preserved for future generations this typical American home as a memorial to his beloved parents.Major 1st Ohio Cavalry through the campaigns in Cuba and . . . Map (db m59822) HM
56 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Community of Fremont, Ohio
Herein are inscribed the names of the men and women of this community who served their country in the Second World WarMap (db m219097) WM
57 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Corporal Edgar Thurston
Co. K 147th Inf. 37th Div. Died in France October 10, 1919Map (db m185176) WM
58 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Croghan Gateway
. . . Map (db m87263) HM
59 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Dale Cunningham
Great Lakes Naval Station. Died USA September 28, 1918Map (db m185451) WM
60 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — David Cherry, Jr.
Co. B 605th Engineers. Died at sea October 9, 1918Map (db m185448) WM
61 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Dennis Whelan
Co. 1 147th Inf. 37th Div. Died in Washington D.C. August 15, 1918Map (db m185173) WM
62 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Earl Dempsey
Co. K 166th Inf. 42nd Div. Killed in France November 6, 1918Map (db m185454) WM
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63 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Edward H. Hartman
Co. G 329th Inf. 83rd Div. Died Camp Sherman, Ohio January 6, 1918Map (db m185482) WM
64 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Emerson Camp No. 531898 - 1902
Dedicated August 2, 1932 to Emerson Camp No. 53 United Spanish War Veterans by Their Auxiliary No. 45 Americanism Americanism is an unfailing love of country loyalty to its institutions and ideals; eagerness to defend . . . Map (db m195219) WM
65 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Emery Deitemyer
Batt. 5 70 Fa. Died in USA December 26 1918Map (db m185594) WM
66 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Emil Strickler
Co. B 61st Inf. Died in France November 11, 1918Map (db m185191) WM
67 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — First Rock Excavated from Sandusky River
First rock excavated from Sandusky River Flood Protection Project, Fremont, Ohio July 10, 1970 General Contractor, Mosser Construction, Inc., Fremont, Ohio Earth Works, The Peirce Construction Co., Holland, OhioMap (db m219141) HM
68 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Flag Memorial Park
Named to honor the flag to which we pledge our allegiance and to those who have sacrificed for the continuance of liberty.Map (db m195218) WM
69 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Floyd C. Starkey
101st Mach. Gun Batt. USMC Died in France July 25, 1918Map (db m185194) WM
70 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Fort Stephenson
Most Gallantly Defended By Major George Croghan With but 160 men Against 1300 British and Indians Under Gen. Proctor and Tecumseh On August 2, 1813 Map (db m31784) HM WM
71 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — 1-72 — Fort StephensonWar of 1812
Victoriously defended by Major George Croghan. Battle of Fort Stephenson, August 2, 1813. Built on this spot 1812-1813 and named for Col. Mills Stephenson, one of its builders. Major George Croghan, age 21, took command in July 1813. . . . Map (db m18093) HM
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72 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C 41 — Fort StephensonOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail Reported missing
2 blocks south - site of Fort Stephenson Here, in 1813, Major Croghan with only 160 men and the cannon, "Old Betsy," heroically defended the fort against over 2800 British and Indians. Map (db m218956) HM
73 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C 41 — Fort StephensonOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
Two blocks south - site of Fort Stephenson Here, in 1813, Major Croghan with only 160 men and the cannon, "Old Betsy," heroically defended the fort against over 1300 British and Indians. Map (db m221621) HM
74 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Frank Craig
Co. I 6th Reg't. O.V.I. Died USA April 30, 1919Map (db m185255) WM
75 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Frank L. Reiber
620th Aero Sqd. Killed in Aberdeen, MD. January 16, 1919Map (db m185207) WM
76 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Frank S. Stevenson
Co. 5 158 Depot Brig. Died Camp Sherman, Ohio October 1, 1918Map (db m185179) WM
77 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Frank W. Emerson
Co. K 6th Reg't O.V.I. Died in Cuba March 27, 1899Map (db m185236) WM
78 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Fred C. Mitchell
Co. A 158th Depot Brig. Died Camp Sherman, Ohio October 8, 1918Map (db m185204) WM
79 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — FremontCounty Seat of Sandusky County. Ohio
The Junquindundeh of the Indians, and the Lower Sandusky of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812. An old neutral town of the Eries used as a refuge on the destruction of the Huron commonwealth by the Iroquois in 1650. Westernmost . . . Map (db m31731) HM
80 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Fremont
Home of Rutherford B. Hayes. Site of Croghan's Defense of Fort Stephenson.Map (db m202303) HM
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81 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — FremontCounty Seat of Sandusky County, Ohio
The Junquindundeh of the Indians, and the Lower Sandusky of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812. — An old neutral town of the Eries used as a refuge on the destruction of the Huron commonwealth by the Iroquois in 1650. — Westernmost . . . Map (db m218957) HM
82 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Fremont
Home of Rutherford B. Hayes. Site of Croghan's Defense of Fort Stephenson.Map (db m219103) HM
83 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Fremont Veterans Memorial
In memory of Fremont area veteransMap (db m219096) WM
84 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Friendship Between The Sister Cities
In commemoration of the friendship between the sister-city of Villa Hayes, Paraguay and Fremont, Ohio, USA November 12, 2018 140th Anniversary of Hayes ArbitrationMap (db m185151) HM
85 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — General Harrison's Mess TableWar of 1812
On the Indian trail leading from the headquarters of Major General Harrison at Fort Seneca on the Sandusky River to Fort Meigs on the Maumee River.Map (db m141384) HM
86 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — George B. Meek
Seaman USS Winslow Killed Cardenas Cuba May 11, 1898Map (db m185235) WM
87 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Glenn Richards
M.G. Co. K 67th Reg't. Died USA April 2, 1917Map (db m185240) WM
88 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Gorman Healing GardenAl & Diane Gorman
Stimulating and Inspiring - these words not only describe the garden but also Al and Diane Gorman, who are known for their dedication to our community. For over 16 years Al served as the Chief Executive Officer of Memorial Health Care System . . . Map (db m185156) HM
89 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C42 — Great Gathering PlaceOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m135707) HM
90 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Grund Drug Co.Historical Plaque
. . . Map (db m195196) HM
91 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Harold R. Balsizer
147th Inf. 37th Div. Died in France September 28, 1918Map (db m185601) WM
92 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Harrison Trail
Connecting the Forts of the Sandusky Valley in War of 1812.Map (db m91953) HM
93 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Harry A. Bolton
Co. B 37th Div. Killed in France September 27, 1918Map (db m185447) WM
94 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Harry A. Schall
SATC Heidelberg U. Tiffin, O. Died USA November 8, 1918Map (db m185251) WM
95 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Healing Garden
A healing garden is a sanctuary which provides rest and renewal through the beauty of nature. The colors, scents, and textures of the plants along with the gentle gurgling of a fountain are calming and soothing. The garden offers us an escape . . . Map (db m185155) HM
96 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Henry G. Knauer
Mate, Destroyer Maury. Died in USA September 8, 1918Map (db m185485) WM
97 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — Henry H. Clayton
Co. C 29th Div. Died in France February 8, 1919Map (db m185596) WM
98 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — In Commemoration Reported missing
Lt. Colonel Wm. C. Shortt, Lt. J.G. Gordon, 1 sergeant, 1 drummer, and 21 rank and file of the 41st Regiment, British regulars, who died in the assault on Fort Stephenson, August 2, 1813, and the succeeding amity between the contending nations.Map (db m18291) HM WM
99 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — In Memory Of Sandusky County's POWS
PFC Robert L. Blair USA KC • 2nd LT William J. Bumgarner USA WWII • PFC Clarence J. Burkett USA WWII • PFC Carl R. Clymer USA WWII • MAJ Warren T. Curtis USA WWII • PFC Seymour Donnell USA WWII • 2nd LT Laurel E. Gibson USA AC WWII • . . . Map (db m219100) WM
100 Ohio, Sandusky County, Fremont — C43 — Indian Gantlet and Race CourseOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
Indian Gantlet and Race Course »»«« From the present State Street to the railroad bridge was a famous Indian race track and gantlet run by captives. James Whittaker ran it so well that he was adopted and given . . . Map (db m31692) HM

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