James and Amarilla Wilson came to Wakeman Township about 1825.
In 1847, very little surgery was performed, and dentistry was out as crude a procedure as surgery.
Judge’s wife firmly told Norwalk leaders she wouldn’t replace her sidewalk and wouldn’t pay for any repairs.
Existing within the British army in the 1700s was an elite group commanded by Maj. Robert Rogers.
This fort was built on the south side of the Bay near the mouth of Cold Creek at a location which became the village of Venice in American pioneer times and is now annexed to the west side of Sandusky.
The life of a fire horse wasn’t all oats and hay.
Though uncommon, earthquakes can happen here in Ohio at any time. Here’s a list of some that have.
U.S. congressman who represented this area in the early 1800s was quite active.
Settlement’s location was near present-day intersection of U.S. 20 and Medusa Road.
Anson Burlingame accomplished significant things during his short life, including the Burlingame Treaty in the 19th century.
During the American Civil War, the state of Ohio played a leading part.
There are at least six houses standing in our town which were built between 1820 and 1829.
Legend involves a schooner, built at Milan, that reportedly passed the Huron Lighthouse under full sail and was never seen again.
Flint & Walling Company formed in 1866 by two Norwalk gentlemen who gave up a comfortable middle-class life here to take a chance and go into business together.
Architect’s long and interesting story started right here in northern Ohio.