“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 Buckeye Lake, Ohio

Clickable Map of Licking 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> Licking County, OH (157) Coshocton County, OH (73) Delaware County, OH (126) Fairfield County, OH (70) Franklin County, OH (563) Knox County, OH (64) Muskingum County, OH (78) Perry County, OH (33)  LickingCounty(157) Licking County (157)  CoshoctonCounty(73) Coshocton County (73)  DelawareCounty(126) Delaware County (126)  FairfieldCounty(70) Fairfield County (70)  FranklinCounty(563) Franklin County (563)  KnoxCounty(64) Knox County (64)  MuskingumCounty(78) Muskingum County (78)  PerryCounty(33) Perry County (33)
Newark is the county seat for Licking County
Buckeye Lake is in Licking County
      Licking County (157)  
      Coshocton County (73)  
      Delaware County (126)  
      Fairfield County (70)  
      Franklin County (563)  
      Knox County (64)  
      Muskingum County (78)  
      Perry County (33)  
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1 Ohio, Licking County, Buckeye Lake — 13-45 — Buckeye Lake
[Marker Front]: Formed by the retreating glacier more than 14,000 years ago, Buckeye Lake first existed as a shallow, swampy pond, named "Buffalo Swamp" by Ohio Company explorer Christopher Gist in 1751. Beginning in 1826 the State . . . Map (db m183075) HM
2 Ohio, Licking County, Buckeye Lake — Buckeye Lake Amusement Park-- the Playground of Ohio Reported permanently removed
How It All Started In 1894, the Ohio General Assembly declared Licking Reservoir a public park by the name of Buckeye Lake. In 1904, the Columbus, Buckeye Lake and Newark Traction Company's Interurban Electric Railway was completed. Joining . . . Map (db m183074) HM
3 Ohio, Licking County, Buckeye Lake — Buckeye Lake DamImprovement Project
Ohio Department of Natural Resources 2015-2018 The historic improvements to Buckeye Lake Dam were made possible by decisive leadership from Governor John R. Kascih and ODNR Director James Zehringer, critical funding from the Ohio . . . Map (db m200085) HM
4 Ohio, Licking County, Buckeye Lake — 12-45 — Buckeye Lake Park“The Playground of Ohio”
[Marker Front]: Using a four-mile long dam, the state of Ohio impounded the Licking Summit Reservoir in the mid-1820s to supply water for the Ohio and Erie Canal. In 1894, the state renamed it Buckeye Lake and developed it for recreational . . . Map (db m12960) HM
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Sep. 22, 2023