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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Loramie, Ohio
Location of Fort Loramie, Ohio
► Shelby County (50) ► Auglaize County (68) ► Champaign County (77) ► Darke County (66) ► Logan County (142) ► Mercer County (76) ► Miami County (102)
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1795 — — Map (db m136810) HM|
The Indian Wars came to an end when Gen.
“Mad” Anthony Wayne defeated the Indians in the
Battle of Fallen Timbers (1794) and then negotiated
the Treaty of Greene Ville the following year. After
the treaty, Gen. . . . — — Map (db m168415) HM|
| Front side
In honor of those who served our country
during times of peace and war. Those who gave
the supreme sacrifice, those still missing and
those who came home both whole and broken.
(five service . . . — — Map (db m94412) WM|
|This marker is located on the boundary line which was established at the end of the Indian wars to separate the American settlers and the Indians. It was agreed upon by the United States and the defeated confederated Indian tribes at the Treaty of . . . — — Map (db m20587) HM|
|on June 18, 1797 from a sycamore tree
near the fork of Loramie Creek, Israel
Ludlow surveyed a random line east
130.6 miles to the Muskingum River.
On August 3, 1799, a short distance
east of this spot, Ludlow commenced
the Greenville Treaty . . . — — Map (db m77542) HM|
| . . . — — Map (db m136601) HM|
|This marker is on the right-of-way of the Old Miami and Erie Canal which ran from the Ohio River at Cincinnati to Lake Erie at Toledo. Gov. DeWitt Clinton of New York broke ground for the canal on July 21, 1825 just below Middletown. Built in . . . — — Map (db m20039) HM|
|These stones were placed at 1 mile intervals. You are here, 116 miles from Cincinnati. — — Map (db m19953) HM|
Here, at the headwaters
of the Miami, St. Mary’s and
Auglaize Rivers, was the only
land travel necessary in
early days between the
Lakes and the Ohio River. — — Map (db m136611) HM|
|St. Patrick Catholic Church was organized as a parish in 1862. The first church, made of logs, was built in 1863. At that time, the community was mostly Irish. The second church, a wood frame building, was erected in 1874. The last church, built of . . . — — Map (db m100146) HM|