Marietta

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Marietta

Harmar Village Historic Homes Lafayette Hotel Ohio River Front

 

Marietta, named for Queen Marie-Antoinette of France in recognition of French aid to the United States during the American Revolution, was settled in 1788 and is the oldest permanent community in Ohio. In 1788 it also became the first capital of the Northwest Territory.


county court house

 

bank building

 

post office

 

 

More Photos of the River Front and Westward Expansion

 

Photos of the Lafayette Hotel

named for his visit in Marietta on May 25, 1825

 

 

More Photos of the Homes set behind the iron fences

 

The Castle

More Photos of the Castle

 

Walkway to Harmar Village

More Photos from Harmar Village

 

 

A Union flag on the Union block

 

mural at the tire company

 

old entrance of the Eagles hall

 

Masonic hall

 

Marietta's "Art Deco"

 

Catholic church

More Photos of Marietta churches


Suppression of the Rebellion of 1861
(was that the War between the States?)

 

 

 

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Harmar Village Historic Homes Lafayette Hotel Ohio River Front

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