“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Beverly, Ohio

Clickable Map of Washington 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> Washington County, OH (163) Athens County, OH (68) Monroe County, OH (25) Morgan County, OH (43) Noble County, OH (18) Pleasants County, WV (15) Tyler County, WV (14) Wood County, WV (114)  WashingtonCounty(163) Washington County (163)  AthensCounty(68) Athens County (68)  MonroeCounty(25) Monroe County (25)  MorganCounty(43) Morgan County (43)  NobleCounty(18) Noble County (18)  PleasantsCountyWest Virginia(15) Pleasants County (15)  TylerCounty(14) Tyler County (14)  WoodCounty(114) Wood County (114)
Marietta is the county seat for Washington County
Beverly is in Washington County
      Washington County (163)  
      Athens County (68)  
      Monroe County (25)  
      Morgan County (43)  
      Noble County (18)  
      Pleasants County, West Virginia (15)  
      Tyler County, West Virginia (14)  
      Wood County, West Virginia (114)  
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1Ohio (Washington County), Beverly — Fort Frye
About 600 feet south of this site and near the river stood Fort Fry occupied during the Indian War 1791–1795. This fort protected the Waterford settlers during the period of the war. Waterford was founded by the Second Association of . . . Map (db m103732) HM
2Ohio (Washington County), Beverly — 3-84 — The Buckeye Belle Explosion
On November 12, 1852, the riverboat Buckeye Belle exploded at this site. Twenty-four people died and a dozen were injured in the worst steamboat disaster on the Muskingum River. An eyewitness described the scene: “The bank of the canal . . . Map (db m103735) HM
3Ohio (Washington County), Beverly — 4-84 — Water Power on the Muskingum River
Luke Chute is the site of an early mill that harnessed river power. About 1815, Luke Emerson and Samuel White built a dam part way across the river. This created a rapid between the shore and the end of the dam, the chute. Here they constructed . . . Map (db m121906) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022