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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hebron

 
Clickable Map of Licking County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Licking County, OH (74) Coshocton County, OH (46) Delaware County, OH (74) Fairfield County, OH (67) Franklin County, OH (386) Knox County, OH (33) Muskingum County, OH (63) Perry County, OH (24)  LickingCounty(74) Licking County (74)  CoshoctonCounty(46) Coshocton County (46)  DelawareCounty(74) Delaware County (74)  FairfieldCounty(67) Fairfield County (67)  FranklinCounty(386) Franklin County (386)  KnoxCounty(33) Knox County (33)  MuskingumCounty(63) Muskingum County (63)  PerryCounty(24) Perry County (24)
Hebron, Ohio and Vicinity
    Licking County (74)
    Coshocton County (46)
    Delaware County (74)
    Fairfield County (67)
    Franklin County (386)
    Knox County (33)
    Muskingum County (63)
    Perry County (24)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Eisenhower Interstate System
In August 1973, the U.S. Congress Designated a cross-country stretch of the interstate as the "Dwight D. Eisenhower Highway," in tribute to President Eisenhower's early recognition of the need for national network of highways to enhance the mobility . . . — Map (db m139633) HM
2Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — 1-45 — Hebron
Located at the crossing of the Ohio and Erie Canal and the National Road, Hebron was a favored commercial and agricultural center for Licking County in the nineteenth century. Only four miles north of the city Governor DeWitt Clinton of New York . . . — Map (db m13878) HM
3Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — HebronThe Historic National Road in Ohio — Transportation Crossroad —
Where the Water Met the Road While the citizens of St. Clairsville, in eastern Ohio, celebrated the groundbreaking for the National Road on July 4, 1825, construction began on the Ohio & Erie Canal on the same day at Licking Summit (now . . . — Map (db m97542) HM
4Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Hebron MillThe Historic National Road in Ohio
The village of Hebron lost its first mill to a fire in 1881. By the mid 1880’s, a new mill took its place and continued operation into the 1990’s, making it the longest running business in Hebron. by 1891, the Hebron Mill converted from water power . . . — Map (db m97543) HM
5Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Hebron Milling Company
The Hebron Milling Company building was built in 1880 where the National Trail (Route 40) and the Ohio Canal crossed in the village of Hebron. The building sat on the edge of the “turning basin” in the village, where canal boats docked . . . — Map (db m13879) HM
6Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Hebron Veterans Memorial
In memory of all of our veterans — Map (db m12941) HM
 
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