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Grant Birthplace

Ulysses S. Grant was born 27 April, 1822, in picturesque Point Pleasant near the mouth of Big Indian Creek at the Ohio River. This restored one-story, three-room cottage, which was built in 1817, was next to the tannery where Grant's father worked...

Grant Schoolhouse

Hiram Ulysses Grant was born in Point Pleasant in April 1822. In 1823, his parents moved twenty miles east to Georgetown, where his father opened his own tannery. Ulysses worked in his father's tannery and, from the ages of about six to thirteen, he...

Great Circle Earthworks, Newark Earthworks

The Great Circle Earthworks was built by the Hopewell culture approximately 2,000 years ago. The circle is nearly 1,200 feet in diameter and was used as a vast ceremonial center by its builders.The Great Circle is one part of the Newark Earthworks,...

Great Western School

This little red schoolhouse was constructed in 1870 with bricks made of clay from the banks of a nearby pond. The school was used continuously until 1952. It takes you back in time with  old-fashioned desks/built-in ink wells, McGuffey Readers, even...

Hamilton Historic Walking Tour

Discover history at your own pace by participating in this self-guided tour of historic Hamilton. An understanding of ancestry can be gleaned from the numerous sites of three compact historic districts and downtown Hamilton. The tour showcases...

Hanby House

Benjamin Russel Hanby, composer of numerous songs-- Darling Nelly Gray and Up On The Housetop--lived in this home in Westerville with his family. Hanby played many roles in his life; student, abolitionist, father, teacher, minister. But it was as a...

Harding Home

Warren G. Harding launched himself into the White House in 1920 with his famous "front porch" campaign, which he conducted from his Victorian home in Marion, Ohio.The restored house was built in 1891 and contains almost all original furnishings...

Harding Tomb

The Harding Tomb, the final resting place for President Warren G. Harding and Florence K. Harding, is a circular monument of white Georgia marble containing the remains of President and Mrs. Harding.The monument, set in 10 acres of landscaped...

Harper Cabin

Built in 1834, Harper's Cabin is the birthplace of child prodigy William Rainey Harper. Harper graduated from Muskingum College at the age of 14, acquired a Ph.D. from Yale at 19 and became the first president of the University of Chicago.

Harriet Taylor Upton House

This historic site, which was built in 1840 by Henry B Perkins, son of General Simon Perkins, sits along Millionaires' Row in downtown Warren. It features Greek revival architecture and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1993.The house...

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