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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Glendale
Glendale, Ohio and Vicinity
▶ Hamilton County (187) ▶ Butler County (106) ▶ Clermont County (77) ▶ Warren County (77) ▶ Dearborn County, Indiana (35) ▶ Franklin County, Indiana (56) ▶ Boone County, Kentucky (34) ▶ Campbell County, Kentucky (10) ▶ Kenton County, Kentucky (34)
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|Eckstein Elementary School operated on this site from 1915-1958 serving the Glendale's Negro Children from Kindergarten through eighth grade. The school was named in honor of Eleanor Eckstein, who taught the children at various locations in this . . . — — Map (db m133585) HM|
Site of first
June 3-30, 1951
Doris Twitchell Allen, Founder
Erastus S. Allen — — Map (db m98163) HM|
|At 2 am on July 14, 1863, the sound of hooves on Sharon Avenue's cobblestones interrupted the dark morning stillness. While many townspeople slept, those awakened were terrified by what they saw. Peering from their Glendale College dorm windows, . . . — — Map (db m98212) HM|
|The large stones used here as fountain elements, benches, and garden accents were quarried from a deposit of granite in Milford, Massachusetts in 1887. These stones artifacts were originally cut for the construction of the Cincinnati Chamber of . . . — — Map (db m134160) HM|
|Population growth in the newly settled communities of Cincinnati (1788) and Hamilton (1791) led to a call to improve the early Native American and military foot trail that connected the two settlements. The Cincinnati and Hamilton Turnpike Company . . . — — Map (db m158442) HM|
|Three hundred yards east of this location on Oak Road, overlooking
the Miami & Erie Canal, was the house of abolitionist John Van Zandt
1791-1847). For years this house was known as one of the most active
"stations” on the Underground . . . — — Map (db m133584) HM|
|Established in 1851 after the addition of the Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railway, Glendale incorporated in 1855 as Ohio's first planned community and one of the nation's first planned villages. The original planning included forested . . . — — Map (db m19925) HM|
|This lovely land, acquired by William and Mary J. Burchenal in 1936, was a 360-acre working farm.
Black Angus cattle grazed in the pasture below and corn and soybeans were grown in the fields beyond. Across the creek were hay fields and an apple . . . — — Map (db m134159) HM|