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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rocky River

 
Clickable Map of Cuyahoga 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 Cuyahoga County, OH (190) Geauga County, OH (29) Lake County, OH (44) Lorain County, OH (43) Medina County, OH (16) Portage County, OH (31) Summit County, OH (95)  CuyahogaCounty(190) Cuyahoga County (190)  GeaugaCounty(29) Geauga County (29)  LakeCounty(44) Lake County (44)  LorainCounty(43) Lorain County (43)  MedinaCounty(16) Medina County (16)  PortageCounty(31) Portage County (31)  SummitCounty(95) Summit County (95)
Rocky River, Ohio and Vicinity
    Cuyahoga County (190)
    Geauga County (29)
    Lake County (44)
    Lorain County (43)
    Medina County (16)
    Portage County (31)
    Summit County (95)
 
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1Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Rocky River — 125-18 — Cowan Pottery
With work inspired by mythology. literature, religion, and nature, Cowan Pottery played a significant role in the formative years of American ceramic art and established a national following with products sold in fine department stores. The . . . — Map (db m134312) HM
2Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Rocky River — Detroit Avenue Bridge
The fourth bridge to span the Rocky River was opened from Rocky River to Lakewood in 1910. Its outstanding features were its twin unreinforced concrete arches of 280 feet, a world record at the time. It was the first long concrete arch bridge to be . . . — Map (db m18041) HM
3Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Rocky River — Site of Colonel John Bradstreet's DisasterOctober 19, 1764
The Treaty of Paris, 1763, did not prevent Indians, led by Pontiac, from destroying forts along Lake Erie, such as Sandusky and Presque Isle. The English sent Colonel John Bradstreet to Detroit to "Awe" Pontiac. He led the largest force ever to . . . — Map (db m78467) HM
 
 
  
  
 
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