Richland Furnace May 18th 1893
by Jack Bennett
Size: 12″ x 16″
Fair Market Value: $65.00
This cabin resides in the Richland Furnace state forest located in Ohio. Located in the wooded hills of northern Jackson and southern Vinton counties, is evidence of two past eras in the history of Ohio. The oldest is the existence of flint outcrops that were used by the Native Americans prior to the Europeans arrival to the area. If you explore and look close, one can find these outcrops. The more recent reflection of the past is the evidence of the industrial revolution of the mid-1800s. During the 19th century, the Hanging Rock Iron Region was the second largest producer of iron for our young nation.
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