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Historic Homes and Buildings of Warren County, Ohio

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First Free Black School, Harveysburg, Ohio
This property has been
placed on the
National Register of Historic Places
by the United States Department of the Interior
November 17, 1977
by
Arne H Trelvik
28 January 2006
Corwin, Ohio Town Hall
1844
by
Arne H Trelvik
28 January 2006
 

Ohio Historical Marker
JOHN EVANS HOUSE

David and Rachel Burnet Evans built this Federal style house in 1836. Their son, Dr. John Evans (1814-1897), nationally known physician, statesman, and educator, lived here as a young man. After graduating from Lynn Medical College in Cincinnati, Dr. Evans became a prominent physician in Indiana and helped establish the Indiana Hospital for the Insane. He is recognized as one of the founders and first president of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He was appointed by President Abraham Lincoln as the first governor of the Colorado Territory and is credited for developing the railroad system in Colorado. His desire to institute a system of higher education in the territory led to the founding of Colorado Seminary later known as Denver University. Evanston, Illinois and Mr. Evans near Denver were named in his honor.

Ohio Bicentennial Commission, The Longaberger Company
Village of Waynesville
Historic Preservation Board
The Ohio Historical Society
2002

by
Arne H Trelvik
28 January 2006
 

Harveysburg School - Aerial View

Ashley McCoy writes,
"I have a question about the old Harveysburg school located on W. Main St in town. I have been interested in it for years. My question is, there is an older section in the back of the newer section, the darker older brick building behind the tan bricked building. Is the older building attached to it in the rear a part of that school or did it used to be the old Harveysburg Academy building or the 1886 district school building? If you can help I would greatly appreciate it."

also see Old School Photos by Aaron Turner

by
Ashley McCoy
31 March 2009
 

Samuel Heighway/Highway Cabin

Built in Waynesville, Ohio by its founder Samuel Heighway/Highway. The cabin was moved to a park, Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village, with other cabins in Waynesville.

Dorothy Fitzpatrick
8 November &
10 November 2004
  Lebanon Academy  
  Andrew Lytle House by
Dean Evans
16 Jan 2010
  Miami Monthly Meeting
Waynesville, Ohio
by
Arne H Trelvik
28 January 2006
 

Sutton House
House built in South Lebanon, Ohio ca. 1795-96 for General David Sutton which later became an inn. Ownership passed to a John Hackett and a Harry Harding before being torn down in 1964.

Source: from image found in the Sutton Vertical File at the Warren County Genealogical Society

 
  Jedediah Tingle House, built 1817  
  The Tharp House
9 & 11 East Main Street, Lebanon, Ohio
Section 35, Township 5E, Range 3N
 
  Warwick House

located on Warwick Road, St. Clair Township, Butler County, Ohio

by
Vivian Combs Moon
17 Nov 2003
 
The Jim & Joy Austin Wilson Home
Franklin, Ohio
Card created especially for the Christmas 2005 Franklin Ohio Historical Home Tour. By Ann Buckingham.

by
Joy Austin Wilson
15 Mar 2006
 

Peter Hatfield Home
near the Old Rock School which was later known as the Rhodes Place.

 

by
Michelle Holmes
7 March 2010
 

John M. & Mary Banta Hatfield Home

 

 

by
Michelle Holmes
7 March 2010
 

Unidentified building in Lebanon ca. 1900

HELP:
Can anyone undentify this unknown Church and graveyard.

 

by
Michelle Holmes
7 March 2010

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