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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hillsboro, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Highland 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 Highland County, OH (21) Adams County, OH (38) Brown County, OH (42) Clinton County, OH (38) Fayette County, OH (28) Pike County, OH (16) Ross County, OH (56)  HighlandCounty(21) Highland County (21)  AdamsCounty(38) Adams County (38)  BrownCounty(42) Brown County (42)  ClintonCounty(38) Clinton County (38)  FayetteCounty(28) Fayette County (28)  PikeCounty(16) Pike County (16)  RossCounty(56) Ross County (56)
Location of Hillsboro, Ohio
    Highland County (21)
    Adams County (38)
    Brown County (42)
    Clinton County (38)
    Fayette County (28)
    Pike County (16)
    Ross County (56)
 
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1Ohio (Highland County), Hillsboro — Highland County Civil War Memorial
To the memory of the Soldiers and Sailors of Highland County, Ohio who served in the Union Army during the War of the RebellionMap (db m166055) WM
2Ohio (Highland County), Hillsboro — Highland County Unknown Dead Memorial
In memory of the Unknown Dead 1861—1865Map (db m166054) WM
3Ohio (Highland County), Hillsboro — 4-36 — Milton Caniff“The Rembrandt of Comics”
Creator of some of America's favorite cartoon characters, Milton Caniff was born in Hillsboro in 1907 and graduated from Ohio State University in 1930. He created his first comic strip in 1932 for the Associated Press Syndicate, and in 1934 . . . Map (db m121939) HM
4Ohio (Highland County), Hillsboro — 3-36 — New Market /Oliver Harris
New Market In 1798, Henry Massie, brother of General Nathaniel Massie, platted a town, the earliest permanent settlement in Highland County, covering 400 acres and named it New Market after a town in his native Virginia. New Market served as . . . Map (db m121938) HM
5Ohio (Highland County), Hillsboro — 6-36 — The Lincoln School
Side A The Lincoln School, which stood on this site from 1869 to 1956, was a segregated elementary school intended for the city's African American students, grades one through eight. Hillsboro was the site of the first Northern desegregation suit . . . Map (db m121940) HM
 
 
 
May. 12, 2021