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

Clickable Map of Paulding 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> Paulding County, OH (38) Defiance County, OH (118) Putnam County, OH (62) Van Wert County, OH (69) Allen County, IN (117)  PauldingCounty(38) Paulding County (38)  DefianceCounty(118) Defiance County (118)  PutnamCounty(62) Putnam County (62)  VanWertCounty(69) Van Wert County (69)  AllenCountyIndiana(117) Allen County (117)
Paulding is the county seat for Paulding County
Charloe is in Paulding County
      Paulding County (38)  
      Defiance County (118)  
      Putnam County (62)  
      Van Wert County (69)  
      Allen County, Indiana (117)  
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1Ohio (Paulding County), Charloe — CharloeOquanoxa’s Village — On the Auglaize River —
Site of Oquanoxa's Indian Reservation before 1820Map (db m161350) HM
2Ohio (Paulding County), Charloe — C — CharloeOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
Charloe »»«« From this point, known as the “Upper Delaware Town,” Wayne destroyed the Indians' abundant crops, which skirted the Auglaize all the way to Fort Defiance.Map (db m136582) HM
3Ohio (Paulding County), Charloe — Charloe Community ParkPark Closed Dunk Til Dawn
This area was once the site of the Oquanoxa Indian Reservation. Charloe was named after Chief Charloe Peter of the Ottawa Tribe. He was the last chief of the Okonoksee Village which is currently Charloe.Map (db m161416) HM
4Ohio (Paulding County), Charloe — C — Fort BrownOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
1000 feet east – site of Fort Brown Erected in the War of 1812 by a contingent of Harrison’s army and commanded by Colonel Brown.Map (db m136590) HM
5Ohio (Paulding County), Charloe — Imaginary Likeness Of Chief Charloe Peter
Tribe of the Ottawas The last Chief of Oknoksee Village Oquanoxas Indian reserve prior to 1820 The Indian chieftain and his tribe west westward about 1820. In 1839 a town was formed and platted here, it was named Charloe after the . . . Map (db m161351) HM
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Oct. 4, 2022