“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 Fostoria, Ohio

Clickable Map of Seneca 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> Seneca County, OH (96) Crawford County, OH (36) Hancock County, OH (76) Huron County, OH (90) Sandusky County, OH (211) Wood County, OH (213) Wyandot County, OH (71)  SenecaCounty(96) Seneca County (96)  CrawfordCounty(36) Crawford County (36)  HancockCounty(76) Hancock County (76)  HuronCounty(90) Huron County (90)  SanduskyCounty(211) Sandusky County (211)  WoodCounty(213) Wood County (213)  WyandotCounty(71) Wyandot County (71)
Tiffin is the county seat for Seneca County
Fostoria is in Seneca County
      Seneca County (96)  
      Crawford County (36)  
      Hancock County (76)  
      Huron County (90)  
      Sandusky County (211)  
      Wood County (213)  
      Wyandot County (71)  
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1Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — Fostoria
Home of Charles Foster Congressman, 35th Ohio Governor and Secretary of the TreasuryMap (db m193141) HM
2Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — 5-74 — Fostoria, OhioHome of Fostoria Glass
Fostoria's glass era began when natural gas was discovered in the mid 1880s at “Godsend,” five miles west of town. Aided by former governor Charles Foster, Fostoria attracted more than a dozen companies that manufactured utilitarian and decorative . . . Map (db m192979) HM
3Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — Gingko Tree
This tree was respectfully given to the honorable Charles Foster by Emperor Mutsuhiton in the year 1891. Mr. Foster was then Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.Map (db m193368) HM
4Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — Glass Heritage GalleryFostoria Ohio Glass Association
A museum for the glass made in the twelve glass plants in Fostoria, Ohio during the period 1887 – 1920 There were 13 different glass companies in Fostoria, Ohio during the years 1887-1920. During the boom years of 1887 through about . . . Map (db m193365) HM
5Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — Home Site of the Foster Family
In memory of Charles W. Foster for whom the city of Fostoria was named in 1852 and his son Honorable Charles FosterMap (db m193370) HM
6Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — 1-74 — Risdon Square
This monument marks the square of the village of Risdon founded in 1832. The land was owned by John Gorsuch, who settled here with his family in a clearing along the Portage River in 1831. He had a plat of the area made by David Risdon, Seneca . . . Map (db m100139) HM
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7Ohio (Seneca County), Fostoria — St. Wendelin Parish's Cross
This cross rested 35 feet south of here. High atop the St. Wendelin Parish's Second Church building in which Jesus Christ was celebrated as the source and center of living and dying from 1879 to 1995.Map (db m193367) HM
8Ohio (Wood County), Fostoria — Fostoria
Home of Charles Foster Congressman, 35th Ohio Governor and Secretary of the TreasuryMap (db m193140) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022