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A NOTE ABOUT UPCOMING MARKER DEDICATIONS

Usually, the spring and summer are seasons of celebration for the Ohio Historical Marker Program. Across the state, local communities happily erect their latest marker and host an event to commemorate their Ohio story now told proudly for all who stop to read their marker.

Since March 2020, the world-wide pandemic has put many such celebrations on hold. But, as vaccines occur around the state, country, and world, we are all infused with new hope and a few dedications are beginning to be scheduled for 2021. Watch your local and social media for updates. Many more marker sponsors adopt the wait-and-see caution Covid-19 has taught.

Below is our growing list of new markers as well as some that are currently in production.

If the marker has been installed, a complete listing will appear on the individual county pages of Remarkable Ohio. When and if a dedication comes to our attention, we will post that information as an alert on the individual marker page.

If the marker has not been installed, but a dedication date has been set, we will post a covered marker and the dedication information on the county marker listings. Such covered markers will appear in their numerical order of the county listings.

All this to say, keep your eyes open for new markers around the state! Should you see one of these markers installed but don’t see a photograph of it on Remarkable Ohio, please send us a photograph and we will update our pages with the full marker text and your photograph.

Thanks from the Ohio Historical Markers Program!


COUNTY

NEW MARKER TITLE

Auglaize

Reservoir Mill, St. Marys

Brown

The Ursulines of Brown County

Butler

City of Monroe / Monroe Historical Society

Butler

Joseph Henry "Hamilton Joe" Nuxhall

Butler

Woodside Cemetery / Maurice Rocco, Jazz Musician

Clermont

Founding of Milford Public Library

Cuyahoga

Wings Over Jordan Choir

Cuyahoga

St. Clair Avenue Public Baths

Cuyahoga

Parma Heights Cemetery

Cuyahoga

A Modern-Day Exodus

Cuyahoga

St. Christopher's by the River Episcopal Church

Cuyahoga

Forest Hill Estate / Forest Hill Park

Darke

James & Sophia Clemens & Greenville Settlement in Long, Ohio

Erie

Almon Ruggles, Surveyor of the Firelands

Franklin

Joseph M. Briggs and Briggsdale

Franklin

Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson Home Studio and Artist's Residence

Franklin

Old Canal Winchester School (1862-2007)

Franklin

Tyler Family Legacy / James S. Tyler

Geauga

Hanging Rock

Hamilton

Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

Hamilton

Christ Church Cathedral

Hamilton

The Cincinnati Stock Exchange

Hamilton

Peebles Corner

Hancock

William Ellsworth Hoy (1862-1961)

Jackson

Evans Cemetery / The 1818 Welsh Pioneers

Lawrence

Macedonia Settlement Cemetery

Lorain

Toni Morrison, Lorain Native / Toni Morrison, Prize Winning Author

Lucas

Ward's Canal

Medina

Root Homestead & A.I. Root (1839-1923)

Medina

First Congregational Church of Weymouth

Montgomery

Dayton VA Medical Center

Montgomery

Triangle Park - "A Gathering Place"

Ottawa

Genoa Town Hall & Opera House

Preble

Old Camden Orchard Hill Cemetery

Richland

Ohio Standard Baseline

Seneca

Meadowbrook Park

Shelby

Zenas King Bowstring Bridge

Summit

Abolitionist John Brown (1800-1859)

Trumbull

Highway of Light / Transcontinental Airway Beacon Tower No. 36 C-NY

Trumbull

Old Stone House

Tuscarawas

The Zoar Hotel

Tuscarawas

The Dover Light Plant / Northern Ohio Traction & Light

Tuscarawas

Fort Laurens / Survival on the Ohio Frontier