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Stone Academy

Erected in 1809, the Stone Academy was originally constructed as the legislative seat for the newly created State of Ohio. The building was the site of two conventions of the State Abolition Society and was part of the Underground Railroad.

Stone Academy Historic Site and Museum

Located in the Putnam Historic District, the Stone Academy is one of the oldest and arguably the most historic building in Muskingum County. Constructed in 1809 by Dr. Increase Mathews, Levi Whipple, and Ebenezer Buckingham, the building was...

Story Mound

Story Mound, of interest primarily to archaeologists, consists of a large, rounded earthen mound located on slightly less than an acre of ground in Chillicothe. This prehistoric burial mound stands 19.5 feet high, with a basal diameter of 95 feet....

Stowe House

The Harriet Beecher Stowe House is operated as an historical a focusing on Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. The site also includes a look into the family, friends, and colleagues of the Beecher-Stowe family, Lane Seminary, and the...

Stuart's Opera House

We envision Stuart's Opera House as the cultural anchor and a center of expression on Nelsonville's bustling and dynamic Public Square. It is a historic venue sought out by people of all ages, from all walks of life, and from near and far. Its...

Sylvania Historical Village

The Village  is comprised of historical  buildings which represent the development of Northwest Ohio Valley. Visitors can tour the oldest train depot in Ohio which operated between 1858-1956; also on the grounds are an 1840 log house, a 1844 school...

Symmes Burial Grounds

This one-acre historical site is the burial ground for some of the City of Fairfield's earliest settlers. Early Farifield settlers Celadon and Phebe Symmes are buried at the site, along with their seven children.

T & O C Railroad Station

Built in 1892, this restored Toledo & Ohio Central passenger station is open to the public. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, this structure has been restored by the Bucyrus Preservation Society. When visiting the station, you may...

Tallmadge Church

A Tallmadge committee of seven men developed plans for building the church in 1819 and appointed one of their members, Lemuel Porter, as the architect and builder. Tallmadge Church raising began in July of 1822. It was dedicated on September 8, 1825...

Taylorsville MetroPark

Taylorsville MetroPark is one of 25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area.  Historic remnants of the Miami-Erie Canal and once-thriving village of Tadmor mix with scenic forests to provide an interesting...

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