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Muskingum (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Zanesville, Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Falmouth, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Maysville, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Muskingum River (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry zanesville
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the al turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
Zanesville, A city and county seat of Muskingum county, O.; at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers; 59 miles east of Columbus. It was laid out in 1799 by Ebenezer Zane (q. v.) and John McIntyre, who with Jonathan Zane surveyed the part of the national turnpike between Wheeling, W. Va., and Maysville, Ky., and acquired a large tract of land here. The settlement was successively known as Zanetown, Westbourne, and, since 1804, Zanesville. Here the first legislature of the State met in 1804-5, and here was the seat of the State government in 1810-12. McIntyre built the first cabin, the first tavern, and the first ferry across the Muskingum, and left a handsome estate to the place for the support of free schools. Population in 1900, 23,538.
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