Logan Elm State Memorial was established by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society in 1912 to preserve the memory of Chief Logan and the site and tree where he delivered his speech. Since then, it has served as both a historic site to remember Chief Logan, other Native Americans, and early white settlers in the vicinity and a community park.
1-800-686-1535 Logan Elm is managed locally by the Pickaway County Park District
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Near Logan Elm Historic Site
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Logan Elm is locally managed by the Pickaway County Parks.