Adena
Campus Martius
Grant Birthplace
Grant Boyhood Home
Harrison Tomb
Harding Home
Hayes

Presidents & Politics

Adena Mansion & Gardens

The dramatic stone home on a hill north of Chillicothe, Ohio, was the home of Thomas and Eleanor Swearingen Worthington and their ten children. Sometimes referred to “as the father of Ohio statehood,” Thomas Worthington (1773-1827) was one of Ohio’s first U.S. senators (1803-1807) and there he lobbied for Ohio’s statehood.

 

Campus Martius

The museum is on the site of the fortification built by the Ohio Company of Associates, as their headquarters, in 1788 when they founded the first organized American settlement in the Northwest Territory.  

 

Grant Birthplace

The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant is a restored one-story, three-room cottage, built in 1817.

 

Grant Boyhood Home

The Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until 1839, when he left to attend West Point.

 

Grant Schoolhouse

The schoolhouse of Ulysses S. Grant was built in 1829, and consisted of only one room at that time.

 

Harrison Tomb

William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States, was born in Virginia, but as an adult he settled in North Bend, Ohio, on land overlooking the wide, northward sweep of the Ohio River. 

 

Harding Home

Harding became the 29th president of the U.S, (1921–1923) and the first president elected after women were allowed to vote in national elections.

 

Harding Tomb

The Harding Tomb is a circular monument of white Georgia marble containing the remains of President and Mrs. Harding. The monument, set in 10 acres of landscaped grounds, is similar in appearance to a round Greek temple.

 

Hayes Presidential Center

The Hayes Presidential Center contains the residence of Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th president of the United States, a library and museum, and the tomb of the president and his wife Lucy Webb Hayes.

 

Zoar Village

Founded by the German religious dissenters called the Society of Separatists of Zoar in 1817 as a communal society, Zoar today is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio.  



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