Historical Markers in
Mercer County, Ohio

A Veteran Agriculture, Mercer County's Foundation American Indian Strategy: Use of the Landscape American Indian Tribes Background of the Log Home and Original Owners Battle of Fort Recovery Battle of the Wabash Beaver Chapel Church Building Fort Recovery Burying the U.S. Army Dead Carthagena Black Cemetery Celina Celina Celina City Hall Dr. Victor Grasson Early Celina History Early Mercer County History Fort Adams Fort Recovery Civil War Veterans Memorial Fort Recovery Monument Fort Recovery State Historic Site Gen. Richard Butler Geologic History Golder Pottkotter Post Veterans Memorial Grand Lake St. Marys Grand Lake St. Marys Points Of Interest Grand Lake St. Marys Spillway Green Mound Cemetery Veterans Memorial Greene Ville Treaty Line Hedges Memorial Park Hedges Park Veteran's Memorial Horse Drawn Plow In Honor Of Air Force In Honor Of Army In Honor Of Coast Guard In Honor Of Marines In Honor Of Navy Kentucky Militia Encampment Lake Improvments Locating the Fort Major Historic Influences Maria Stein Convent and Relic Chapel Maria Stein Veterans Memorial Mercer County Courthouse Mercer County Veterans Memorial Native Cultures On Christmas Day 1793 On This Triangle of Land Pioneer Cemetery Points Of Intrest In Mercer And Auglaize Counties Prehistoric Indians / Historic Indians Prologue to 1791 Rockford Rockford Rockford Bicentennial Historic Mural Rockford Veterans Memorial Saint Henry, Ohio Samuel McDowell Sha'anoe Warrior Monument Spring Hill Cemetery Veterans Memorial St John the Baptist Catholic Church St. Clair Massacre St. Clair's Defeat / Battle of Fort Recovery St. Clair's Defeat / Fort Recovery St. Clair’s Defeat (1791) / Wayne’s Victory (1794) St. Francis Catholic Church St. Henry Catholic Church St. Paul Catholic Church, Sharpsburg (Zenz City) & Sharpsburg School St. Rose Schoolhouse Bell Strong, tall, redheaded Nance Swamp College Veterans Memorial The Battle of Fallen Timbers and the Treaty of Greeneville The Battle of Fort Recovery The Battle of Fort Recovery The Battle of the Wabash The Battlefield The Cranberry Prairie The Cranberry School Bell The Franke Historical Walkway The Greeneville Treaty Boundary Line The Old Wabash River The Riley Home The Role of Women in the Battle The Wabash (Ouabache) River This church founded c 1838 Towards a Better Understanding / Remembering the Fallen VanTrees Donation Veteran Memorial Display Veterans Memorial Wabash River Weaponry at the Battle of the Wabash and the Battle of Fort Recovery Welcome to the Fort Recovery Battlefield Walking Tour