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Dublin Veterans Memorial (center panel) image, Touch for more information
By Rev. Ronald Irick, March 10, 2017
Dublin Veterans Memorial (center panel)
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Dublin Veterans Memorial
In memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice City of Dublin Time will not dim the glory of their deeds General John J. Pershing Nicholas J. Rozanski 2012 Charles Lazell 1919 Norman W. Tarpley 1969 . . . — Map (db m101988) WM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Dublin Veterans ParkGrounds of Remembrance
On this green bank, by this soft stream, We place with joy a votive stone, That memory may their deeds redeem, When, like our sires, our sons are gone. O Thou who made those heroes dare To die, and leave their children free— Bid Time and . . . — Map (db m101977) WM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Field of CornCorn — First of Multiple Plaques
Corn has been cultivated in Ohio for approximately 1800 years. It was known to prehistoric Native American Hopewell peoples (A.D. 100- 500 ) and was grown in large quantities by the later Fort Ancient Indians (A.D. 1000- 1550). Prehistoric and . . . — Map (db m107940) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Field of CornOsage Orange Trees — Second of Multiple Plaques
The Osage orange trees on this site are remnants of a tree row typical of those which once extended for miles along the edge of farm fields in Dublin. The Osage orange, or Maclura pomifera, is a member of the mulberry family, and is native to . . . — Map (db m107943) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Field of CornConstruction — Third of Multiple Markers
Construction and development have transformed Dublin and its environs over the past three decades. In the 1960s, much of the land around Dublin was agricultural. Sam and Eulalia Frantz moved to this site in 1935 and lived here until 1963. Sam . . . — Map (db m107944) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Field of CornHybridization — Fourth of Multiple Markers
Hybridization revolutionized the production of corn in North America and worldwide in the 20th century. Cross-pollinating two distinct varieties of corn or other plants can result in hybrids that are stronger and more resistant to drought and . . . — Map (db m107945) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Field of CornFarming — Fifth Plaque
Farming was central to the economy of this region from the time of the first European settlers in the late 1700s. Early settlers cleared land on which to lie and farm, and corn was their most important crop. They grew corn in much the same way . . . — Map (db m107947) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — History of Dublin’s Town Pump
From the late 19th century until the early 1920’s, a hand-operated pump was located in the center of the intersection of Bridge and High Streets in Historic Dublin. The pump supplied water from Dublin’s first well, which in turn drew water . . . — Map (db m101994) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Indian Run Cemetery
Indian Run Cemetery established 1813 restored 1975- 1980 Dublin Historical Society

(names and dates of 13 persons, one Revolutionary War Veteran) City of Dublin

"What sinners value I resign Lord, 'tis enough that thou art mine I . . . — Map (db m101967) HM

Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Jack NicklausTribute to Jack Nicklaus
The City of Dublin, Ohio in cooperation with Dublin Arts Council, commissioned the public art work Tribute to Jack Nicklaus to recognize the contributions made to the Dublin community by Jack Nicklaus. His vision of a championship golf . . . — Map (db m102946) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Leatherlips
Leatherlips A chief of the Wyandot Tribe of Indians. Was executed on this spot, June 1, 1810. — Map (db m103265) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Leatherlips — The Dublin Arts Council First Outdoor Public Sculpture
Leatherlips, the Dublin Arts Council’s first outdoor public sculpture, was dedicated to the City of Dublin on July 1, 1990. Designed by artist Ralph Helmick, Leatherlips is an eleven foot high limestone portrait of the . . . — Map (db m115842) HM

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