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Hull's Trail
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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 artillery and baggage to travel through the unbroken wilderness. The route through Hardin County has been marked by stone columns from the old county courthouse.
Address
County Rd 106
Kenton, OH 43326
Coordinates
Latitude: 40.663817, Longitude: -83.664617.
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