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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Auglaize County, Ohio

Clickable Map of Auglaize 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> Auglaize County, OH (92) Allen County, OH (148) Hardin County, OH (57) Logan County, OH (181) Mercer County, OH (99) Shelby County, OH (54) Van Wert County, OH (70)  AuglaizeCounty(92) Auglaize County (92)  AllenCounty(148) Allen County (148)  HardinCounty(57) Hardin County (57)  LoganCounty(181) Logan County (181)  MercerCounty(99) Mercer County (99)  ShelbyCounty(54) Shelby County (54)  VanWertCounty(70) Van Wert County (70)
Wapakoneta is the county seat for Auglaize County
Adjacent to Auglaize County, Ohio
      Allen County (148)  
      Hardin County (57)  
      Logan County (181)  
      Mercer County (99)  
      Shelby County (54)  
      Van Wert County (70)  
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1 Ohio, Auglaize County, Buckland — The Mystery Stone — Usually Ignored in Light of the Frontier Marker Next to It —
The Mystery Stone when the middle pier of the railroad trestle spanning the Auglaize River was replaced in the mid 1940’s this sculpted stone was discovered as part of it. The stone was subsequently donated to the Village of Buckland by the . . . Map (db m80773)
2 Ohio, Auglaize County, Buckland — White Feather's TownShawnee Village on the Auglaize River
The Shawnee chief Na-Wa-Ba-She-Ka or White Feather resided here- in the town which was located on both sides of the Auglaize River. A North- South trail paralleled the river and ran through the town on the east bank. The same trail went through an . . . Map (db m74880) HM
3 Ohio, Auglaize County, Cridersville — 4-6 — Town Pond Reservoir Cridersville's Great Fire of 1918
Side A: The Village of Cridersville was founded in 1856. With the discovery of oil in 1885 the village prospered and grew quickly. Its business district developed along Main Street in the first block east of the railroad. The Town Pond . . . Map (db m28668) HM
4 Ohio, Auglaize County, Fort Shawnee — 1-6 — Fort AmandaOhio Historical Marker
After Gen. William Hull's surrender at Detroit early in the War of 1812, most of Michigan Territory came under British and Indian control. To prevent a possible invasion of Ohio, Gen. William Henry Harrison, commander of the Northwestern Army, . . . Map (db m165760) HM
5 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Bloody Bridge
During the canal years of the 1850's a rivalry grew between Bill Jones and Jack Billings for the love of Minnie Warren. This became hatred by Bill because Minnie chose Jack. On a fall night in 1854, returning from a party, Minnie and Jack were . . . Map (db m80159) HM
6 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Fort Amanda Monument
Erected by grateful people to the memory of the pioneer soldiers of Ohio and other states who fell in defense of their homes from Indian depredations, and in twhe War of 1812. Fort Amanda Erected by order of General William H. . . . Map (db m167048) HM
7 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Sketch of a Soldier
The fort was built, maintained, operated and defended by both militia and regular army companies from primarily Kentucky and Ohio. The Kentuckians, made up of members of the militia, first built and manned the fort in 1812. The Ohioans came to . . . Map (db m167088) HM
8 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Story of Fort Amanda
Following the American Revolutionary War, tensions remained high between the United States and Great Britain. When France declared war against Great Britain in 1793, the U. S. tried to be neutral, continuing commerce with both. At the same . . . Map (db m167017) HM
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9 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Strategic Location
Along the River Evidence suggests that General Wayne may have built a structure on this site shortly after the Treaty of Greene Ville. A letter from Secretary of State Thomas Pickering to the Committee of Military Establishments in 1796 . . . Map (db m167041) HM
10 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — The 77 Unknown Soldiers
In Memory Of The 75 Unknown American Soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in this cemetery. Death came to these Patriots ether while on duty at For Amanda or while in the Fort Hospital to which wounded were returned from the forward area. . . . Map (db m167040) WM
11 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — The Cemetery
Sick and Injured Between 1812 and 1814, soldiers who had become sick or sustained injuries in battles were brought back to Fort Amanda. Some died from their injuries, while others succumbed to germ-related maladies such as dysentery, . . . Map (db m167039) HM
12 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — The Fort: Construction
Fort Layout Fort Amanda was enlarged again by the Ohio militia under Captain Daniel Hosbrook. The finished fort measured 198 feet by 330 feet and covered an area of approximately 1.5 acres. The original portion included four . . . Map (db m167045) HM
13 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — The Fort: Supply Depot
Supply Depot Fort Amanda was a supply depot. An inventory of materials at the fort listed 400 barrels of flour, 20 barrels of biscuits, 45 barrels of salt, I10,000 pounds of bacon (55 tons) and 69 barrels of whiskey (4,426 . . . Map (db m167046) HM
14 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — The Story of this Site
Fort Amanda and the surrounding area is built atop a glacial moraine (soil, sand and gravel left behind by glaciers). It is safe to say the area was used throughout prehistory for short- and long-term habitation. During the Archaic . . . Map (db m167018) HM
15 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Troops Stationed at Fort AmandaOct. 1812 - Feb. 1813
38 Troops Lieutenant Colonel Robert Pogue 4th Regiment Kentucky Volunteers (Formed in Mason County, Kentucky) Ward, Thompson Captain • Benaugh, George Lieutenant • Bacon, Benedict Ensign • Ward, James 1st Sergeant • Wilson, Thomas . . . Map (db m167042) WM
16 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Troops Stationed at Fort AmandaFeb. 28, 1813 - Aug. 3, 1813
76 Troops Captain Daniel Hosbrook's Company Ohio Militia (Formed in Hamilton County, Ohio) Commandant - Daniel Kain • Hosbrook, Daniel Captain • Davis, Joseph Lieutenant • Schillinger, William Ensign • VanWinkle, David R. 1st . . . Map (db m167043) WM
17 Ohio, Auglaize County, Kossuth — Troops Stationed at Fort AmandaAug. 3, 1813 - Oct. 11, 1813
60 Troops Captain Samuel Brier's Company Ohio Militia (Formed in Miami County, Ohio) Brier, Samuel Captain • Lighty, Jacob Lieutenant • Hearton, Daniel Ensign • Miller, William 1st Sergeant • Ganasdol, Corneilus Sergeant • Dodds, . . . Map (db m167044) WM
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18 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — Cholera Marker
In pious memory of all our cholera victims over 300 especially of the year 1849 Eternal rest grant unto thee O Lord Erected in 1937Map (db m100145) HM
19 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — Francis J. Stallo's log cabin
Francis J. Stallo is the founder of Stallostown, which was later named Minster. This is the site where Stallo owned and built his double wide log cabin. He, Along with John Feldman, John Surham, Frederick Rohenkuhl, and three unknown others made the . . . Map (db m102490) HM
20 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — Minster
Founded in 1832 as Stallostown on an Indian trail that ran from Loramie Creek to St. Mary's River.Map (db m176153) HM
21 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — Minster's Origins
In 1832, 97 Germans met in Cincinnati to purchase a section of land for settlement. Designated leader Francis J. Stallo and six others set out from Cincinnati on foot, heading to the land office in Miami County. They had $800 in silver coins, . . . Map (db m100247) HM
22 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — The Crescent Theater
This large 2-story brick structure served as the only Minster movie house for over 60 years. It opened in 1933 and boasted a stage, orchestra pit, and seating for 611 patrons. The first show was an animated Mutt & Jeff short film. During the silent . . . Map (db m100142) HM
23 Ohio, Auglaize County, Minster — The Log Church
This was the site of the first Stallostown Mission Catholic Church in Minster, completed in 1835. The brick wall surrounding the gazebo is representative of the footprint, measuring approximately 40 feet wide and 60 feet long. It was 16 logs high . . . Map (db m100144) HM
24 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — 2 North Washington Street
J.H. Hoffmann constructed this Queen Anne designed structure in 1892. The exterior is the classic example of the 'corner drug store'. The business is one of the oldest continuous operating pharmacies in the state of Ohio. Purchased in 1916 By . . . Map (db m167119) HM
25 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — 34 South Washington Street
Located at a prime site during the peak canal days, this building was constructed as a residence circa 1848 and later sold in 1864 for an unheard of price at that time -- $3500.Map (db m157995) HM
26 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — 6 N. Washington St.
A typical New Bremen German-style structure built between 1879 and 1889, it was used as a combination home and retail business. The building was constructed on the corner property line to maximize the area for a vegetable garden and also features a . . . Map (db m157996) HM
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27 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Bowstring Girder
Constructed in 1864, this is the oldest cast iron "bowstring girder" bridge in Ohio. Originally part of a three-span structure over the Auglaize River in Wapakoneta, the bridge was moved to Moulton Angle Road north of New Knoxville in 1904. In 1984, . . . Map (db m22947) HM
28 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Loramie Summit
The Miami Erie Canal, built 1825-1845, 244.5 miles long, was a transporter of passengers and freight between Lake Erie and the Ohio River. This section is Loramie Summit., a 21 mile plateau of water retained by Lock 1-N (this marker) and Lock 1-S at . . . Map (db m22946) HM
29 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Miami and Erie Canal, New Bremen
Lockkeeper's House The Lockkeeper's House was the residence of the Lockkeeper and his family. The Lockkeeper was on duty 24 hours a day, seven days per week, and was responsible for operating the lock as needed to move boats through the . . . Map (db m22781) HM
30 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Miami and Erie Canal, New Bremen
Locking Through Lock One North is one of 105 locks used to raise and lower boats traveling between Lake Erie and the Ohio River. Large wooden gates were built at each end of the lock to hold water in the lock. A boat, pulled by a team of . . . Map (db m23062) HM
31 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — New Bremen Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the citizens of New Bremen who served this community and country by the Village of New Bremen and American Legion Post 240Map (db m167050) WM
32 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — New Bremen Volunteer Fire Department
In 1896 the New Bremen volunteer fire department was formed. A vote was taken to construct a building, and this lot was purchased for the sum of $700. A barn that stood on this site was razed, and the new fire station was dedicated in . . . Map (db m167117) HM
33 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Partners
The Miami and Erie Canal, connecting the Ohio River with Lake Erie, was the primary mode of transportation for cargo in the mid to late 1800s. This allowed towns like New Bremen to quickly grow and prosper. Local farm boys, leading the family . . . Map (db m167049) HM
34 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — Pioneer Cabin
This home has been restored from logs and the floor plan of the second oldest cabin in Mercer County. It is an example of a shelter the earliest settlers used in the 1830's. At the first sign of spring, a German immigrant family would move north . . . Map (db m100741) HM
35 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Bremen — 2-6 — The Miami & Erie Canal and New Bremen
The Miami & Erie Canal and New Bremen Begun in 1833, the Miami Extension linked the Miami Canal in Dayton to the Wabash & Erie Canal at Junction. Engineering difficulties, epidemics and the Panic of 1837 delayed completion of the Extension . . . Map (db m20023) HM
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36 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Knoxville — Dr. Henry Fledderjohann 1855-1950
Office Built 1890 by: Dr. Henry Fledderjohann 1855-1950 Native pioneer Medical doctorMap (db m204688) HM
37 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Knoxville — New Knoxville Sesquicentennial1836 - 1986
This memorial is dedicated to all who have made this 150th year celebration possible. The Old Town Hall On Jan. 18, 1897, the town council declared it necessary to construct a public hall for the fire dept., and offices. On June 17, 1897, bids . . . Map (db m216622) HM
38 Ohio, Auglaize County, New Knoxville — 7-6 — New Knoxville: The Ladbergen Kinship
Side 1 The history of New Knoxville provides one of the best examples of chain migration to America. After the Shawnee were removed from what would become Auglaize County, James Knox Lytle, cousin to James Knox Polk, purchased land in . . . Map (db m92310) HM
39 Ohio, Auglaize County, Spencerville — C — Fort AmandaOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail Reported missing
. . . Map (db m136597) HM
40 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Johns — Blackhoof's Last Home
Blackhoof: Born in Florida about 1721. Arriving in this vicinity 1783 - Surnames: Cut-The-We-Ka-Saw or Catahecassa - Principal Chief of Shawnee Indian Nation - erected here in 1822. In a clearing of the vast forest a two story 18'x24' log house - . . . Map (db m29631) HM
41 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Johns — CatahecassaBlackhoof Memorial
Nearby sleeps Chief (Blackhoof) Catahecassa, last principle chief of the Shawnees prior to their removal to Kansas in 1832. This was Blackhoofs town where he lived and died in Sept. 1831, at the age of 109. He fought with the French against Braddock . . . Map (db m16971) HM
42 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Broadwell Mill
Broadwell Mill On this site a mill was constructed using a mill race for power. Destruction of the mill race by the 1913 flood ended operation.Map (db m98845) HM
43 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Fort St. Marys
Erected here in 1795 by General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, probably after the signing of the Greenville Treaty, on land ceded by the Indians. This area was also the site of the signing of the Treaty of St. Marys in 1818 (the Indian campsites being to the . . . Map (db m19855) HM
44 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — C18 — Fort St. Marys / Fort Barbee / Girty TownOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m29605) HM
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45 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — History of Roof Shingles on Memorial BridgeBridge Links Drought, Hurricane, and Friendships..
During 1986, farmers in the New Knoxville and St. Marys area offered assistance to farmers in South Central North Carolina by sending 17 tractor-trailer loads of hay to feed farm animals in the drought stricken area. The hay ended up helping 111 . . . Map (db m167250) HM
46 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Lock 13 Rehabilitation Project
The wicket gate displayed here is one of three gates manufactured by St Marys Foundry, Inc. for the Lock 13 rehabilitation project, completed in 2010. Two gates were installed in the bottom of the north lock doors to maintain hydraulic . . . Map (db m185607) HM
47 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Memorial Park
Dedicated by the Community Welfare Association and the Citizens of St. Marys to Veterans of World War IMap (db m167122) WM
48 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Miami and Erie CanalLock 13 — Ohio Dept. Natural Resources, Division of Water —
Ohio Dept. Natural Resources Division of Water Miami and Erie Canal Lock 13 <- .1 mile Canal Tumble .1 mile Lock 12 ->Map (db m30260) HM
49 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — 10-6 — Reservoir Mill, St. Marys
Established in 1823, the pioneer settlement of St. Marys became a thriving 19th century milling center following completion of the Miami & Erie Canal in 1845. The Reservoir Mill, built by Scott, Linzee & Co. in 1847, led this period of industrial . . . Map (db m185830) HM
50 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Saint Marys River
To the right is the Saint Marys River. This waterway was used by the Indians for generations as a route to hunting grounds in Kentucky. French, and later English traders traversed its course with trade goods in exchange for furs. James Girty, a . . . Map (db m30258) HM
51 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — Serving Our Country
In this park, over 60 years ago, stood a memorial stating, "Serving Our Country", dedicated to those from this area in the time of war. May we never forget the debt we owe to those who have served and to those who continue to serve our country. . . . Map (db m167249) HM
52 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — St. Marys
Near Ohio's largest interior lake created by a reservoir for the Miami-Erie Canal, 1845Map (db m176149)
53 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — St. Marys Veterans Memorial
In recognition of services rendered to God and country by the men and women of St. Marys, OhioMap (db m167124) WM
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54 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — St. Marys Veterans Memorial
We honor those who served St. Marys, Ohio VeteransMap (db m167125) WM
55 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — The "Short Level" of the Miami and Erie Canal
To the left is the "Short Level" of the Miami and Erie Canal. The canal extension from Dayton to Toledo was completed in 1837. Linking the Great Lakes to the Ohio River. Travel took only five days to Toledo and six days to Cincinnati. The canal . . . Map (db m29673) HM
56 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — TransportationThe Miami and Erie Canal
“Transportation,” Murray seemed to be talking to himself, “transportation you gotta have. No use raisin’ a thousand bushels of wheat if you gotta carry it on your back two bushels at a time all the way to Dayton or Cincinnati to sell it. . . . Map (db m185606) HM
57 Ohio, Auglaize County, St. Marys — With Honor and Remembrance
Civil War 1861-1865 Abeler, Wiliam • Allen, James W. • Alspaugih, Jacob • Anglebrock, August • Askern, Thomas • Augeberk, Gustar • Aylworth Alm'd B. • Aylworthl, Wallace • Bailey, Albert P. • Bailey, Joshua • Bambauer, . . . Map (db m167248) WM
58 Ohio, Auglaize County, Uniopolis — 385 — Uniopolis Town Hall
Uniopolis Town Hall has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m178544) HM
59 Ohio, Auglaize County, Uniopolis — Uniopolis Veterans Memorial
In memory of all veteransMap (db m199321) WM
60 Ohio, Auglaize County, Uniopolis — Uniopolis Veteran's Park
Uniopolis Veteran's Park established 2000Map (db m199319) WM
61 Ohio, Auglaize County, Villa Nova — Grand Lake Saint Marys
Grand Lake Saint Marys, originally Mercer County reservoir was worlds largest man made lake when constructed in 1837-1841 Water supply for Miami-erie Canal from here to the Maumee River at Defiance - 17603 acres. in 1856 lake level lowered 5.4 . . . Map (db m165762) HM
62 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 1874 Casper Rhine Boots And Shoe Store
Listed in the National RegisterMap (db m196054) HM
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63 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Apollo Command Module and Gemini Spacecraft Mock-ups
Apollo Command Module Mock-up The command module carried the three astronauts to the moon and back during the Apollo missions 1969-1972. The spacecraft is 10 ft. 7 in. tall and 12 ft. 10 in. diameter. It weighed 13,000 lbs. Gemini . . . Map (db m20930) HM
64 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Bicentennial of the Northwest Ordinance Tree
These Trees Honoring the Bicentennials of the Northwest Ordinance and the U.S. Constitution were Sponsored by Ohio's: Dept. of Natural Resources Nurserymen's Association Daughters of the American Revolution 1787-1987Map (db m196058) WM
65 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Congressional Medal of Honor RecipientsState of Ohio, Auglaize County
United States of America Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients State of Ohio, Auglaize County Civil War Cpl Christian Schnell Mississippi 1863Map (db m12416) WM
66 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 5-6 — Dayton and Michigan Railroad
The Dayton and Michigan Railroad provided the single most important impetus to the growth and development of Wapakoneta. Although Wapakoneta had been platted in 1833, at the time of incorporation (1848), "the town was still without any material . . . Map (db m12406) HM
67 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 3-6 — Dudley Nichols
Dudley Nichols was born in Wapakoneta in 1895, the son of Dr. Grant and Mary Mean Nichols. He spent his childhood in a home on this site and graduated from Blume High School before leaving Ohio. After working as a journalist in new York City, he . . . Map (db m92116) HM
68 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — F5D Skylancer
This Douglas F5D Skylancer was one of four originally constructed, and is the only example still in existence. It was flown by Neil A. Armstrong from September 1960 to September 1962 to simulate the flight characteristics of the space vehicle . . . Map (db m20920) HM
69 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Five Fun Facts About Neil Armstrong & Wapakoneta
Neil was born on his grandparents' farm southwest of town on August 5, 1930. After living in more than a dozen communities across Ohio, the Armstrong family settled permanently in Wapakoneta in April 1944, when Neil was a freshman in high . . . Map (db m221608) HM
70 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 9-6 — Neil Armstrong's Boyhood Home
Side A Stephen and Viola Armstrong moved their family, including 13-year-old Neil and his younger siblings, June and Dean, to the house at 601 West Benton Street in 1944. Here, Neil explored his fascination with flying by reading aviation . . . Map (db m126824) HM
71 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — On This Site Stood The Original Sheriff's Residence And Jail.1850 - 1999
Dr. George W. Holbrook, "Father of Auglaize County", was awarded the contract to construct this building at the cost of $3950.00 erected simultaneously with the first courthouse (which stood north of this site). It was completed in January . . . Map (db m196057) HM
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72 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Plank RoadWapakoneta to St. Mary’s — Original Route 33 —
Site of St. Marys – Wapakoneta plank road built 1850- 1852 of Burr and White Oak timber 3 to 5 ft in diam. cut and milled at Moulton financed by Wapakoneta – St Marys businessmen who charged toll for profit and maintenance. Replaced . . . Map (db m77612) HM
73 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 8-6 — Sts. Peter and Paul ChurchMother Church of the Petersburg Parishes
Saints Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg (1835), was the mother church for St. Joseph, Wapakoneta; St. John the Evangelist, Fryburg; St. Lawrence, Rhine; and Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Botkins. All were founded by German-Catholic . . . Map (db m119322) HM
74 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 368 — The Auglaize County Courthouse
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m221610) HM
75 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — The Charles F. Herbst Building (1905)Charles Herbst (1874-1910)
began his professional life as a tinsmith, but, by 1880 had established a "general loan, insurance, and collections business," later considered a private bank. The building is Wapakoneta's only example of the Art Nouveau StyleMap (db m221607) HM
76 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — The John H. Nichols House
The The John H. Nichols House has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m196055) HM
77 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 6-6 — The Shannon Stock Company
Side A: The Shannon Stock Company, also known as Shannon's Famous Players, was a traveling theatre company based in Wapakoneta from 1913 until the Great Depression. Founded by Harry Shannon, the group included his wife Adelaide, their . . . Map (db m29924) HM
78 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all Veterans of the Foreign Wars of the U.S.A.Map (db m178576) WM
79 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Veterans Memorial
This monument was erected in respect of Veterans of all wars. Let this monument be a reminder that military personnel of past and future gave their lives in order to protect the many freedoms we have as American citizens.Map (db m178580) WM
80 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapaghonetta Reservationthe Shawnee Reservation at Wapakoneta — the Eastern Boundary marker —
By the Treaties at the Maumee Rapids in 1817, and 1818 at St. Mary’s, the Shawnee Indians were given a reservation of ten miles by twelve miles. This being the eastern boundary line. Indian Towns within this area were Blackhoof’s (now St. Johns), . . . Map (db m75195) HM
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81 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta(Wapaughkonnetta)
Council House (Capital) of the Shawnee from c.1798 until their forced removal to Kansas in 1832Map (db m178525) HM
82 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta
Hometown of Neil Armstrong First Man on the Moon July 20, 1969 Map (db m178527) HM
83 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta (Wapaughkonnetta)
Council House (Capital) of the Shawnee from c.1798 until their forced removal to Kansas in 1832Map (db m12413) HM
84 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta All Wars Memorial
Erected by the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 73 Wapakoneta, Ohio to their departed comrades and in memory of all veterans of all warsMap (db m12414) WM
85 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — 377 — Wapakoneta Commercial Historic District
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m221606) HM
86 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta Heritage Parkway
Plaque # 1 The Shawnee Indians were driven from the southern United States in the late 17th and early 18th centuries by white settlers and Catawba, Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations. the Shawnee were given permission by the Miamis and . . . Map (db m86526) HM
87 Ohio, Auglaize County, Wapakoneta — Wapakoneta Woman's Club, Inc.
Wapakoneta Woman's Club, Inc. has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m196056) HM
88 Ohio, Auglaize County, Waynesfield — Headwaters of the Auglaize RiverThe Flat Wet Praire where three major rivers begin
On the headwaters of the Auglaize River The watershed of Three Rivers originates within a distance of 1/2 mile from this point West- Miami East- Scioto North-AuglaizeMap (db m76609)
89 Ohio, Auglaize County, Waynesfield — Manchester School
This is the former site of a one room school house that was established in 1882. It later became known as the Manchester School.Map (db m101810) HM
90 Ohio, Auglaize County, Waynesfield — Scioto RiverManchester Farm
This is where the river starts and flowing southeast past Columbus, Circleville, and Chillicothe, joining the Ohio River at Portsmouth after a course of some 230 miles.Map (db m76598)
91 Ohio, Auglaize County, Waynesfield — Waynesfield Veterans MemorialChair of Honor
Chair of Honor Let this empty chair serve as a memorial to those who served in the military but have not returned home to us. They are Prisoners of War (POW) and Missing in Action (MIA) America will forever be grateful for their . . . Map (db m210461) WM
92 Ohio, Auglaize County, Waynesfield — Willow Branch Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all who serve (multiple service logos)Map (db m93234) WM
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Jun. 5, 2023