“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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To follow the path and the events related to Hull's 1812 military campaign.
Hull's Rendezvous Marker image, Touch for more information
Image courtesy of the Ohio History Connection, November 6, 1936
Hull's Rendezvous Marker
1Ohio (Montgomery County), Dayton — C5 — Hull's Rendezvous
Here, where the Shawnees were defeated by Clark's 1782 expedition, Dayton was founded, in 1796. Hull's army and other War of 1812 troops were mobilized at this point.Map (db m36365) HM
2Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — This tablet mark's the Site of Doolittle's Tavern
This tablet mark's the Site of Doolittle's Tavern, Headquarters of Gov. Meigs during the quartering of Gen. Hull's Army at Urbana in the War of 1812.Map (db m19798) HM
3Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — C22 — Hull's Headquarters
Here, Gen. William Hull largely recruited his army for his campaign against the British at Detroit, in the War of 1812.Map (db m13821) HM
4Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Hull's Trace / MolunthaLogan County, On Top of Ohio
Hull's Trace. A trail over which General Hull's army marched to Detroit in 1812. At this point a company of scouts recruited by Capt. Wm. McColloch of Zanetown joined Hull's army. Moluntha. Chief Moluntha, Grand Sachem of the . . . Map (db m198041) HM
5Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Hull's Army
Hull's Army passed through these grounds in 1812 Map (db m58646) HM
6Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Manary HouseLogan County, On Top of Ohio
. . . Map (db m34212) HM
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7Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Hull's Army in 1812
Hull's Army In 1812 encamped on this land owned by Col. James McPherson a Revolutionary Soldier who lies buried in the adjoining cemetery Map (db m58638) HM
8Ohio (Logan County), Huntsville — Solomon TownLogan County, On Top of Ohio
[North Side of Marker] Named for a Wyandot Chief. Once home of Chief Tarhee. During American Revolution was headquarters of renegade Simon Girty who brought Simon Kenton here after saving his life in 1778. Hull camped here in 1812. . . . Map (db m34246) HM
9Ohio (Hardin County), Yelverton — Hull's Trail 1812
Hull's Trail 1812 Erected By Fort McArthur Chapter, D.A.R. 1912Map (db m34550) HM
10Ohio (Hardin County), Yelverton — Hull's Trail 1812
Hull's Trail 1812 Erected By Fort McArthur Chapter, D.A.R. 1912Map (db m34547) HM
11Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — C35 — Fort McArthurOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m18383) HM
12Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — Hull's Trail, 1812
Hull's Trail, 1812 Erected By Fort McArthur Chapter, DAR 1912Map (db m22438) HM
13Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — 8-33 — Fort McArthur Cemetery
Approximately 1000 feet east of this marker lies the graves of sixteen American soldiers from Fort McArthur who gave their lives during the War of 1812. The fort, a one-half acre timber stockade containing huts, was built in the summer of 1812 to . . . Map (db m22250) HM
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14Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — This Tablet Marks Hull’s Trail; 1812
This Tablet marks Hull’s Trail; 1812. One-half mile south of this is the site of Old Fort McArthur. Built in 1812 on yonder hillside, Gen. Tupper and 1,000 men camped the entire winter of 1812-13. At the foot of the hill is their “Spring of . . . Map (db m18416) HM
15Ohio (Hardin County), Blanchard — Hull's Trail, 1812
Hull's Trail, 1812 Erected By Fort McArthur Chapter, D.A.R. 1912Map (db m198036) HM
16Ohio (Hardin County), Dunkirk — 12-33 — Hull’s TrailOhio Historical Marker
Hull’s Trail was a rough passageway through Ohio to the Canadian border, used by General William Hull’s army during the War of 1812 on its way to attack the English at Detroit. Woodsmen cleared the trail to permit the Ohio Army Militia with its . . . Map (db m18464) HM
17Ohio (Hardin County), Dunkirk — Hull's Trail, 1812
Hull's Trail 1812 Erected By Fort McArthur Chapter, D.A.R. 1912Map (db m22261) HM
18Ohio (Hardin County), Dunkirk — Hull’s Trail 1812Fort Necessity
Hull’s Trail 1812 ——•—— Fort Necessity, 400 Ft. N., 150 Ft. E. Old Spring, 700 Ft. N. Map (db m18489) HM
19Ohio (Hancock County), Findlay — Hull's Trail
Hull's Trail 1812 Erected By Fort Findlay Chapter D.A.R. 1915Map (db m22441) HM
20Ohio (Hancock County), Findlay — Hull's Army
Here Hull's Army Crossed the Blanchard River June 1812 On way to DetroitMap (db m29568) HM
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21Ohio (Hancock County), Findlay — 4-32 — Site of Fort Findlay
[Marker Front]: Early in the War of 1812, Gen. Wm. Hull, commander of Ohio troops, ordered Col.. James Findlay to open a road from Ft. McArthur on the Scioto River to Blanchard’s Fork. Under Findlay, a stockade 50 yards square, with a . . . Map (db m19335) HM
22Ohio (Wood County), Portage — C — Portage StockadeOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m37849) HM
23Ohio (Lucas County), Maumee — C — Hull's Crossing/Turkey Foot RockOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m26401) HM
24Michigan (Monroe County), Monroe — The Old Hull Road
"The Old Hull Road" over which The American Troops were driven by the English & Indian Allies Jan. 22, 1813Map (db m20880) HM
25Michigan (Monroe County), Newport — Old Hull Road
General Hull's army hewed out of the wilderness the first Michigan road when it advanced from the River Raisin to Detroit at the beginning of the War of 1812. In Monroe the original crossing of the river by Hull's Army was at a ford near the . . . Map (db m164706) HM
26Michigan (Wayne County), Gibraltar — S0100 — Battle of Brownstown
In this vicinity on Aug. 5, 1812, six weeks after the outbreak of war, an Indian force, led by the famous Shawnee chief, Tecumseh, ambushed about 200 Americans under Major Thomas Van Horne who were on the way south to the River Raisin. There, . . . Map (db m182549) HM
27Michigan (Wayne County), Gibraltar — War of 1812 Memorial
[First Tablet, Lower Tablet Facing East]: War of 1812 Memorial Dedicated on Aug. 5, 2006 Original monument was dedicated In 1908 at W. Jefferson Ave. Near Gibraltar Road by Dr. Hal C. Wyman Moved in 1958-1959 to . . . Map (db m182550) WM
28Michigan (Wayne County), Trenton — S199 — Battle of Monguagon
Battle of Monguagon On August 9, 1812, a force of about 600 American troops, regulars and militia, moved down the River Road in an attempt to reach Frenchtown (Monroe) and bring back supplies needed desperately by the Americans in Detroit. . . . Map (db m182553) HM
29Michigan (Wayne County), Detroit — 71 — Fort LernoultRegistered Michigan Historic Site
This marks the site of the southwest bastion of Fort Lernoult. It was here, on July 11, 1796, that the American flag was first flown over Detroit. The fort was built by the British in 1778-79 to protect Detroit against the possibility of attack by . . . Map (db m21736) HM
30Ontario (Essex County), Windsor — Hull's Landing 1812
On July 4, 1812, Brigadier-General William Hull, commander of the North Western Army of the United States, landed with about 2,000 men near this site. He issued a proclamation stating that he came here to liberate Canada from oppression. The British . . . Map (db m34302) HM
31Ontario (Essex County), Windsor — The Francois Baby House
This house and adjacent farmland were the property of François Baby (1763-1856), first member for Kent in the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada (1792-96), militia officer and Assistant Quarter Master General during the War of 1812. When the . . . Map (db m34303) HM
32Ontario (Essex County), Windsor — The Capture of Detroit
Confident of victory, General Hull had invaded Canada in July 1812, but failed to take advantage of his early success and the demoralization of the defenders. Fear of the Indians then rallying to the British cause and an inability to maintain supply . . . Map (db m34321) HM
33Ontario (Essex County), Amherstburg — Skirmishes at the Canard River
In the War of 1812, the first engagement in Canada involving British and American forces in significant numbers occurred here on the Canard River. On July 12, 1812, Brigadier-General William Hull invaded Canada and encamped near Sandwich. British . . . Map (db m34336) HM
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