Historical Sites (9)



In 1770 the Scioto Confederacy, a large gathering of Indians, discussed the Fort Stanwix treaty and forming a single, united front against the British. Chillicothe is a site of several Shawnee Ind...

Fort Meigs

While Fort Meigs itself is a site from the War of 1812, the site museum interprets Ohio's military history, including exhibits on the French and Indian War. The museum and visitor center are open ...


This Moravian Indian Mission, founded in 1772, is located in Gnadenhutten, OH. It was the site of the massacre of 90 Christian Indians in 1782. The museum displays Native American artifacts, old ...

Pickawillany (Piqua Historical Area)

The earliest known permanent settlement occurred at Pickawillany located north of Piqua. A band of the Miami Tribe or confederacy, led by La Demoiselle, (better known as Old Britain because he pre...

Schoenbrunn Village

Schoenbrunn Village, located in New Philadelphia, Ohio, was the first Christian Indian mission settlement in Ohio. It was founded by the Moravian church in 1772, as a mission to the Delaware India...

Fallen Timbers

Ohio Historical Society

Museum and archives library.


Once the capital of the 18th century Delaware Nation, Coshocton was the site of the 1763 Delaware and Shawnee peace treaty with the British that resulted in the release of 200 white prisoners.

Fort Sandusky

Fort Sandusky, located in Sandusky, OH was a French post and later a British Post.