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Historical Markers and War Memorials in New Philadelphia
New Philadelphia, Ohio and Vicinity
▶ Tuscarawas County (64) ▶ Carroll County (17) ▶ Coshocton County (46) ▶ Guernsey County (30) ▶ Harrison County (24) ▶ Holmes County (8) ▶ Stark County (60)
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|For 17 years
Chairman of “First Town Days Festival”
“Al Maloney Midway”
Dedicated: July 1, 1999
For any organization to survive and prosper, there must be a strong driving force within the organization. That . . . — — Map (db m15252) HM|
|Dedicated in the memory of C. William “Bill” Kidd
14 Years New Philadelphia
Football Record - 82 wins - 48 loses [sic] - 8 ties
Bill Kidd was one of the finest high school coaches in America. The players who played for him . . . — — Map (db m15250) HM|
|United States of America
Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients
State of Ohio, Tuscarawas County Civil War
Archinal, William J. Corporal Mississippi 1863
Blickensderfer, Milton A. Sergeant Virginia 1865
Campbell, William . . . — — Map (db m15246) HM|
This monument is dedicated to all who fought for freedom during the Revolutionary War — — Map (db m15238) HM|
| Schoenbrunn Schoolhouse 1772
In December 1772, Brother David Zeisberger and his followers began the construction of Schoenbrunn schoolhouse. The school was built in the Tuscarawas Valley on land given to Zeisberger in the spring of 1771 by . . . — — Map (db m73218) HM|
|When David Knisely, the founder of New Philadelphia, first arrived in the Tuscarawas Valley on August 27, 1803, he found a sparsely populated, pristine wilderness. Five years later the state legislature approved a bill organizing Tuscarawas County . . . — — Map (db m292) HM|
|Here, on April 10, 1779 during the Revolutionary War, David Zeisberger founded one of the five Delaware Christian missions to occupy the Tuscarawas Valley between May 3, 1772 and September 8, 1781. Living at the Lichtenau mission near the Delaware . . . — — Map (db m295) HM|
|1825–1913. Seeking an alternative transportation route to distant markets, many farmers and manufacturers in Ohio wanted to connect the Ohio River to Lake Erie with a canal. Beginning in Cleveland the Ohio-Erie Canal ran south, the length of . . . — — Map (db m293) HM|
|Erected to my brave and gallant comrades of Tuscarawas County who fell in defence of our glorious Union, by a member of the 51st Ohio Vols. 1861 - 1865.
Erected May 19, 1887 — — Map (db m15247) HM|
|We believe in God, our country, liberty and the American way.
The citizens of Tuscarawas County pay tribute to all the brave men and women of our armed forces who served our country in times of peace and war. We take pride in your devotion and it . . . — — Map (db m15239) WM|
|“To those who survived, we are grateful and welcome you home.”
“To those who still suffer, either in mind or body, we acknowledge it and appreciate what you've done for us and we will not forget.”
“For those who . . . — — Map (db m15243) WM|
|In memory of the men and women of Tuscarawas County who served their country in the World War — — Map (db m15263) WM|
|A tribute to the living and dead of Tuscarawas County who served in World War II and the Korean Conflict. — — Map (db m15240) WM|
|In recognition of the patriotism of the people of Tuscarawas County who so generously purchased War Saving Stamps in 1918 this tablet is gratefully erected by the Ohio War Savings Committee — — Map (db m15241) WM|