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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Newark, Ohio

Clickable Map of Licking 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> Licking County, OH (156) Coshocton County, OH (73) Delaware County, OH (120) Fairfield County, OH (70) Franklin County, OH (492) Knox County, OH (64) Muskingum County, OH (78) Perry County, OH (31)  LickingCounty(156) Licking County (156)  CoshoctonCounty(73) Coshocton County (73)  DelawareCounty(120) Delaware County (120)  FairfieldCounty(70) Fairfield County (70)  FranklinCounty(492) Franklin County (492)  KnoxCounty(64) Knox County (64)  MuskingumCounty(78) Muskingum County (78)  PerryCounty(31) Perry County (31)
Newark is the county seat for Licking County
Newark is in Licking County
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      Coshocton County (73)  
      Delaware County (120)  
      Fairfield County (70)  
      Franklin County (492)  
      Knox County (64)  
      Muskingum County (78)  
      Perry County (31)  
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1Ohio (Licking County), Newark — "Double Arrow" Wrought Iron Fence
This "Double Arrow" Wrought Iron Fence was installed around the home of Judge Jerome Buckingham at 70 North Third Street in about 1835. It was generously given by Dennis Crowley, a retired Newark fireman, to J. Gilbert Reese and James W. Pyle . . . Map (db m97314) HM
2Ohio (Licking County), Newark — A community effort comes together
The Works is pleased to be able to exhibit a piece of machinery that was manufactured on our premises over a century ago. This sawmill is a great reminder of Newark's rich industrial heritage and an example of our community's commitment to . . . Map (db m206049) HM
3Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 18-45 — A. H. Heisey Glass
The A.H. Heisey & Co. produced high quality, hand-wrought glass in Newark, Ohio beginning in 1896. Glass originally produced by pressing was intended to simulate cut glass making elegant glass affordable to more families. Heisey was an innovator in . . . Map (db m12561) HM
4Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Architectural Artifact from The Old Home, 1914
This copper fresh air intake hood was removed from the roof of the downtown Louis Sullivan-designed jewel box bank during its exterior restoration in 2019. Inspired by the iconic structure's leaded art glass windows, the iron base was created . . . Map (db m205991) HM
5Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Attack On America
Dedicated to the police, firemen, EMTs and all of the victims of the tragedy of September 11, 2001 in New York, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon Also dedicated to the firemen, policemen, EMTs and all city employees of Newark Dedicated . . . Map (db m205881) WM
6Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Bigelow Park
Bigelow Park is named for Dr. Oliver Bigelow (1739-1817), a physician who served during the American Revolution. In 1810 he purchased 4,000 acres and laid out the plans for Johnstown. Following his death, Elijah Barton was contracted to build . . . Map (db m205970) HM
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7Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve
The preserve is rich in natural as well as early Ohio history. The name, Blackhand, originated from a dark hand-shaped Indian petroglyph which was engraved on the face of a massive sandstone cliff along the north side of the river. The engraving was . . . Map (db m205963) HM
8Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Buckeye Lake
Buckeye Lake is the oldest state park in Ohio with 21 islands and over 30 miles of shoreline. Buckeye Lake, once known as the Great Buffalo Swamp by the native Indians, was mapped by explorer Christopher Gist in 1775. Buckeye Lake Amusement Park . . . Map (db m205973) HM
9Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Canal Market District
Passageway: Stories from Newark, Ohio, designed and painted in 2016 by Curtis Goldstein. Along the corridor from the Licking County Courthouse to Pennsylvania Railway station, Passageway combines historic elements from the 1800's to . . . Map (db m205882) HM
10Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Chalmers Pancoast Photo Mural
In winter, folks would ice skate on the frozen canal that stretched through downtown Newark. This scene was created from old photographs by local historians Chalmers Pancoast and James T. HanesMap (db m205883) HM
11Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Congressional Medal of Honor RecipientsState of Ohio, Licking County
United States of America Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients State of Ohio, Licking County Civil War Hanna, Milton              Sergeant         Tennessee      1863 Inscho, Leonidas H.     1st Lt             Maryland        1862 . . . Map (db m12876) HM
12Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Davis-Shai House
Built by Jackson Davis in 1861, The Davis-Shaí House originally sat near the Ohio and Erie Canal. With its steep roofs, wide verandas, cluster chimneys, and exterior décor, the Davis-Shai House captures the Gothic Revival architectural style . . . Map (db m205972) HM
13Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Denison University
Denison University, a leading national liberal arts college founded with pioneer spirit on the edge of the American frontier, continues to break new ground in the 21st century. Since its first class in 1831, Denison has nurtured leadership in . . . Map (db m205975) HM
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14Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 22-45 — Early Transportation in Newark
During the 1830s, the Ohio & Erie Canal was built through Newark. The Lockmaster's House was home to the lockmaster of Lock #9. In 1852, the first railroad locomotive steamed into Newark, signaling the beginning of the end for the canal. By 1871, . . . Map (db m12582) HM
15Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Flint Ridge
Flint Ridge Ancient Quarries, Nature Preserve and Museum give visitors a window into the lives of the pre-contact American Indians who quarried the flint here from 14,000 to around 400 years ago. The name "Flint Ridge” refers to the multi-colored . . . Map (db m205962) HM
16Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Footpaths & Waterways
Paths and trails wave their way through dense forests as the hooves of deer and bison left their mark in the earth in search of food and water. Eventually, these paths gave way to the soft patter of human feet) as they became used by local tribes . . . Map (db m206027) HM
17Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Gilbert Reese Family Foundation
J. Gilbert and Louella H. Reese have committed their time, passion and dollars making Licking County a proud place to live and visit. Their philanthropy and dedication to our community has been far reaching. The Canal Market District and . . . Map (db m205956) HM
18Ohio (Licking County), Newark — History of the Site
Although the Newark Earthworks were an imposing site to the first settlers of this area, major portions were gradually destroyed by farming, the construction of roads, canals, railroads, and the development of the city. In the 1890s, the City of . . . Map (db m200102) HM
19Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Honoring Carl EtheringtonDecember 6, 1892 – July 8, 1910
On July 8, 1910 Deputy Marshal Carl Etherington was killed for enforcing the County Option Law, which prohibited the sale of alcohol in Licking County. The County Option Law was a result of the Rose Law of 1908 and a precursor to the National . . . Map (db m117887) HM
20Ohio (Licking County), Newark — How it got here - A sawmill comes home
This old Scheidler sawmill was found in the woods of western Delaware County, Ohio on the property of Vaughn DeWitt. The sawmill belonged to Vaughn's uncle, Walter DeWitt, who had been a sawyer for most of his life. Walter began learning the . . . Map (db m206048) HM
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21Ohio (Licking County), Newark — How the sawmill works…
A typical steam engine used to power sawmill. A life-sized example of a steam engine is on display inside the Works! In the past, sawmills were powered either by a steam engine or by water. Today sawmills are generally gasoline-powered and . . . Map (db m206047) HM
22Ohio (Licking County), Newark — In honor of Jerry McClain
In honor of Jerry McClain for his considerate generosity, influential leadership and commitment to the success of The Midland Theatre and downtown Newark. "The Midland is a keystone for progress as Newark and Licking County embraces its . . . Map (db m205993) HM
23Ohio (Licking County), Newark — In loving memory of Herbert A. OdleJune 18, 1925 - March 10, 2020
Herbert A. Odle joined The Holophane Company in Newark, Ohio, in 1949 as a graduate of the University of Illinois, and during his career he proceeded to live up to his nickname "The Light Man.” given to him in 1947 in a newsletter of the . . . Map (db m206029) HM
24Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Jewett Interurban Car Company
William S. Wright founded the Jewett Car Company in 1897. Located in Jewett, Ohio, the company manufactured street cars and interurban cars. The Newark Board of Trade enticed the firm to the city by offering a free ten acre site, $8,000 in cash, . . . Map (db m205995) HM
25Ohio (Licking County), Newark — John L. Clem1851-1937
Considered the youngest ever to serve, Clem ran away from home at the age of 9 yrs. and 10 mos. to join the Union Army. At Snodgrass Hill, as a drummer boy in Co. “C” 22nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, he won the sobriquet "The Drummer . . . Map (db m12579) HM
26Ohio (Licking County), Newark — John Lincoln Clem
"The Drummer Boy of Shiloh" Born August 13, 1851 in Newark, Ohio A ten year old orphan, he enlisted in the Union army, being assigned to the 22nd Michigan Regiment. Decorated for valor at Shiloh (Pittsburgh Landing) and Chickamauga. . . . Map (db m205880) HM
27Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 14-45 — John SparksTrail Blazer and Frontiersman
As a private in the infantry of the 1st United States Regiment, and during the years 1805 to 1807, John Sparks (1758-1846) acted as guide, scout, and hunter for the two expeditions of Zebulon Pike, which helped to open up largely unknown areas in . . . Map (db m206741) HM
28Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Licking County Historic Jail
Designed by J. W. Yost, a renowned Ohio architect, the jail first opened for use in 1889 and closed in 1987. The front three levels were built to house the families of the sheriff and the jail matron. The rear portion of the building was used for . . . Map (db m205988) HM
29Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 28-45 — Licking County Sheriff’s Residence & Jail
July 8, 1910 was a dark day in local history. Carl Etherington, a detective with the Anti-Saloon League of Ohio, had come to Newark to raid saloons and speakeasies for illegal alcohol. Etherington shot local saloon owner William Howard in . . . Map (db m117853) HM
30Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 30-45 — Licking County TB Sanatorium / Licking County Health Department
Tuberculosis, or TB, is a contagious disease that was responsible for the deaths of one out of every seven people in the U.S. in the early 20th century. The Licking County Tuberculosis Sanatorium, known as the TB San, was constructed in . . . Map (db m142456) HM
31Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Licking Memorial Hospital
In the 1890s, women in Newark identified the need for a community hospital. Possessing neither property nor money made this vision difficult. Nine beds were donated along with food, supplies, and gifts of $.50 to $50. On December 20, 1898, the . . . Map (db m205958) HM
32Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Louis Sullivan Building
One North Third Street was designed by famous Chicago architect Louis Sullivan and built in 1914. The beautiful structure includes elaborate gray-green terra cotta, colorful mosaics, opalescent glass panels, and a palatial interior banking hall . . . Map (db m205984) HM
33Ohio (Licking County), Newark — McCune-Stimson House
The present house was built in 1869 by Dixon Brown, a Somerset, Ohio merchant, as a wedding present for his daughter, Ella Brown McCune. The second owner, Melville O. Baker, occupied the house from 1879-1893, when Mr. Baker moved to . . . Map (db m97336) HM
34Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Newark Native Jerryie Mock
First woman to complete a solo flight around the world flying a Cessna 180, The Spirit of Columbus, March 19 - April 17, 1964.Map (db m206036) HM
35Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Octagon Earthworks
A Wonder of the World These walls were once the center of an ancient civilization. The Octagon Earthworks, like a modern cathedral or county fairgrounds, were a focal point for the social and religious activities of the Hopewell people about . . . Map (db m17487) HM
36Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Ohio & Erie Canal
Making the final leg of her journey on the Ohio & Erie Canal in 1840, sixteen-year-old Ellen Snell traveled 4,000 miles from her home in England to a country totally foreign to her. The Snell family were like many immigrants before and after . . . Map (db m206030) HM
37Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Ohio & Erie Canal FAQ's
• The groundbreaking for the Ohio and Erie Canal occurred on July 4, 1825 at Licking Summit, south of Newark. • The first canal boat from Cleveland arrived in Newark on July 10, 1830. • 23 miles of the Ohio and Erie Canali ran through . . . Map (db m206045) HM
38Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Ohio and Erie Canal
Construction of the Ohio and Erie Canal began on July 4, 1825. Once completed, the canal ran between Portsmouth on the Ohio River and Cleveland on Lake Erie. The canal's route through Newark connected the city to the far boundaries of the state . . . Map (db m205957) HM
39Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Old Ohio Canal Mural
A small boat docked in downtown Newark on the Old Ohio CanalMap (db m205885) HM
40Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Railroads
James Birkey could clearly see that the importance of the Ohio and Erie Canal was being eclipsed elsewhere by newly-built railroad lines. His foresight led him to recognize that without a railroad connection of its own, Newark would cease to be . . . Map (db m206032) HM
41Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Robbins Hunter Museum
The Avery-Downer House (1842), located in the Village of Granville, is one of America's finest examples of Greek Revival architecture. Robbins Hunter, Jr., son of a prominent Newark family, was a noted antiquarian, preservationist, and . . . Map (db m205976) HM
42Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Scheidler Sawmill - Manufactured ca. 1896
This sawmill was manufactured by Scheidler Machine Works, which was located in the brick building across the street that now houses The Works museum. Scheidler Machine Works was in operation from 1881-1926, manufacturing as many as 75 steam . . . Map (db m206046) HM
43Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Sherwood-Davidson House
The ca. 1825 Sherwood-Davidson House is an elegant Federal Period home filled with furniture, paintings and artifacts, spanning the earliest history of Licking County through the end of the nineteenth century. The museum was owned by only 2 . . . Map (db m205982) HM
44Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building
On this site in 1894, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building was erected to honor those from Licking County who died in the Civil War. The original building facade was destroyed by fire in 1968. The building also housed the Auditorium Theater, . . . Map (db m97335) HM
45Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Builders
The Newark Earthworks complex was built by the prehistoric Hopewell Indians who occupied central and southern Ohio between approximately 100 B.C. and A.D. 500. These people, supporting themselves by hunting, gathering wild plant foods, and growing . . . Map (db m200067) HM
46Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Canal Market District
J. Gilbert (Gib) Reese was born in Newark in 1925. He has a deep seeded passion for his hometown. Gib spent his career practicing law in Newark but for over 60 years he worked tirelessly to make a difference for his community. Gib's vision . . . Map (db m205990) HM
47Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Captain Scott House
The 1870s-vintage classic Victorian Italianate house was built by Civil War Captain Joseph M. Scott who was from a locally prominent family that was active in the Underground Railroad prior to and during the Civil War. Located near the corner of . . . Map (db m205971) HM
48Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Circle
A unique feature of the circle is the so-called crown work opposite the opening to the octagon. This oval mound is 170 feet long and approximately 8 feet higher than the adjoining portions of the circle. Since the mid-19th century, this mound has . . . Map (db m200139) HM
49Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Dawes Arboretum
Established in 1929 by Beman and Bertie Dawes, The Dawes Arboretum was founded to encourage the planting of forest and ornamental trees, to give pleasure to the public and education to the youth. Newark, Ohio was chosen because of its . . . Map (db m205961) HM
50Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Donald D. Hill County Administration Building
County Commissioner 1969-1996 Dedicated November 16, 1996Map (db m12879) HM
51Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Great Circle Earthworks
The Great Circle Earthworks was built by the Hopewell Culture around 2,000 years ago as a ceremonial site. The Newark Earthworks is a remnant of the largest system of geometric earthworks in the world, covering several square miles. This ancient . . . Map (db m205980) HM
52Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Hartford Fair
Since 1858, The Hartford Fair has been an annual tradition in Croton, Ohio. Since the fair was organized during the Civil War when money was scarce the first building was not built until 1868. In 1883 the first amphitheater was built. The . . . Map (db m205969) HM
53Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Historic Pataskala Town Hall
Constructed in 1916 for less than $20,000, it housed the Mayor and Council offices, the Village Jail and Town Marshall's office, the Town Library, the Volunteer Fire Department, and a large room in the basement used as the school basketball . . . Map (db m205967) HM
54Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 6-45 — The History of Licking Memorial Hospital
Newark's first hospital opened on this site in January 1898. In 1906, the building was moved to 22 Wyoming and attached to an existing structure, creating a 22-bed hospital. In December 1914, a new hospital opened at the corners of Everett and Buena . . . Map (db m12874) HM
55Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Interstate Highway System
Howard Laferie never imagined that the rumble of diesel engines would be a common part of his life when the graduated with a degree in architectural engineering in 1825. Even sit, fucking and transportation became a primary focus of care. Thanks . . . Map (db m206035) HM
56Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Interurban Railway
"The cars I recall were quite large, not unlike a steam railroad coach, and painted dark red except for one wonderful yellow car, when I was a tiny child." Minnie Hite Moody's memories of the Newark and Granville Electric Road paint a vivid . . . Map (db m206034) HM
57Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The John W. Alford Building21 South First Street
The Park National Bank dedicates this building to John W. Alford His leadership, judgement, dedication and integrity have been of inestimable value to this bank and this community for 50 yearsMap (db m12512) HM
58Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Licking County Courthouse
Licking County was created in 1808. This is the fourth courthouse in Licking County; all were located on the public square. The first courthouse was a log building constructed around 1809. Construction of the current Licking County Courthouse . . . Map (db m205986) HM
59Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 29-45 — The Licking County Courthouse
Licking County was established in 1808. Construction of the current Licking County Courthouse began in 1876. In 1879, a fire destroyed upper portions of this building, which were replaced in 1880. Architect Henry E. Myer of Cleveland . . . Map (db m169151) HM
60Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Licking County Recreational Trail System
Led by J. Gilbert Reese, The Thomas J. Evans Foundation completed the first segment of trail in 1980 linking Newark to Granville. The second segment linking Granville to Johnstown was completed by the foundation in 1981. Since then numerous . . . Map (db m205965) HM
61Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Midland Theatre
The Midland Theatre opened December 20, 1928 and operated for 50 years before a blizzard in 1978 caused substantial damage and the theatre was forced to close. In 1992, after 14 years of dormancy, Dave Longaberger purchased the theatre and . . . Map (db m205983) HM
62Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The National Heisey Glass Museum
Augustus H. Heisey chose Newark, Ohio, because the Newark Board of Trade was actively seeking industry, there was an abundance of natural gas nearby, and plenty of low cost labor was available. Construction of the factory at 301 Oakwood Avenue . . . Map (db m205981) HM
63Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The National Road
The din of wagon wheels and horses hooves on the macadam pavement of the National Road heralded a new era of American history. For families living in towns like Hebron, Brownsville, or Jacksontown, the National Road was an important part of the . . . Map (db m206028) HM
64Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Newark Earthworks
The Newark Earthworks is truly one of the most magnificent prehistoric Indian sites in the eastern United States. Covering an area two miles square, it once was the largest earthworks complex in Ohio. The main components of the site are the large . . . Map (db m155655) HM
65Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Newark Earthworks
The Newark Earthworks, covering over 4 squire miles, is the largest geometric earthworks complex in the world. The site includes a combined circle and octagon, a square, and a second circle, all connected by earthen walls. One pair of earthen . . . Map (db m200116) HM
66Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Observatory Mound
The form of this mound is unique among all the known Hopewellian mounds. Some 19th century archaeologists thought that the builders had planned to extend a set of parallel walls from the circle, bu thene changed their minds and blocked off the stubs . . . Map (db m18101) HM
67Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Octagon
Within the octagon are 8 flat-topped mounds positioned just inside the openings between wall segments. Each one is 6 feet high, 75 to 90 feet long, and 40 to 60 feet wide. The function of these mounds has not been determined. However, they may have . . . Map (db m200126) HM
68Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Ohio & Erie Canal Park
The Ohio & Erie Canal Park is dedicated to the life and memory of Joseph M. Bowden, 1957-2012. The Works was created from the vision and resources of Howard B. LeFevre and the physical facilities were made possible by the tireless efforts of . . . Map (db m206044) HM
69Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Ohio State Uiversity at Newark Est. 1957Central Ohio Technical College Est. 1971
A community effort led by Howard E. LeFevre, C. Allen Milliken and J. Gilbert Reese resulted in a shared campus that has become a model of educational efficiency nationwide. Community members gathered to paint, renovate and furnish an old barn, . . . Map (db m205979) HM
70Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Pennsylvania Train Station
In the late 1890's the Pennsylvania Station was built for a total of $20,000. To reach the elevated tracks for all arriving and departing trains, passengers would walk through a tunnel underneath the tracks, climb the steps and board the . . . Map (db m205989) HM
71Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Rodrick Bridge
The Rodrick Bridge was designed by Squire Whipple, a civil engineer known as the 'Father of Iron Bridge building in America', in 1841 and built in 1872 by his nephew, James W. Shipman. The bridge is one of only three bridges of its kind in the . . . Map (db m205978) HM
72Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Village Of Granville
The Village of Granville was founded in 1805 by New England settlers from Granville, Massachusetts and Granby, Connecticut, who sought more fertile farmland. Before leaving New England, the Village design was based on a traditional New England . . . Map (db m205977) HM
73Ohio (Licking County), Newark — The Works Museum
The vision for The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology began in the early 1990s when Howard LeFevre assembled a group of local citizens interested in preserving Licking County's industrial past. Educators, artists, engineers, and . . . Map (db m205985) HM
74Ohio (Licking County), Newark — This Tree
This tree, a gift from the City of Newark, was planted to honor the 200th birthday of The American Constitution Dedicated this day 15th day of March, 1987.Map (db m205879) HM
75Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Trinity Parish Military Personnel Memorial
In memory of parish military personnel I hang to record that the building was restored in the year of our Lord 1991Map (db m206051) WM
76Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Veteran's Park
Dedicated as a lasting tribute to the men and women of Newark who served and died in honor of their country. This memorial is dedicated in sincere tribute to those men and women of Newark who served and died in all wars. “The freedom of a . . . Map (db m12563) HM
77Ohio (Licking County), Newark — War Savings Stamps
In recognition of the patriotism of the people of Licking County who oversubscribed their war savings quota 1918 this tablet is gratefully erected by the Ohio War Savings CommitteeMap (db m205811) HM WM
78Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Welcome to the Streetscape & History Walk
Welcome to the Streetscape & History Walk In 1881, Reinhard Scheidler built a new factory building at SS S. 1st Street for his business, the Scheidler Machine Works. Today, that building houses our museum. Scheidler built many types of machinery, . . . Map (db m206025) HM
79Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Wright Earthworks
Ancient Architecture Now Lost The two earthen walls before you are remnants of one of the wonders of the ancient world. They were part of the Newark Earthworks, the largest set of geometric enclosures ever built. Much like a modern cathedral . . . Map (db m17485) HM
80Ohio (Licking County), Newark — Ye Olde Mill
Ye Olde Mill was constructed in 1817 as a sawmill and later, a gristmill. In the 1900s, Ye Olde Mill was a community hangout where locals could come to the swimming pool and skating rink.. Today, the Dager Family owns Ye Olde Mill, which houses . . . Map (db m205959) HM
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