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History of Rushville, (Fairfield County) Ohio

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Ohio Facts:
Tree: buckeye
Bird: cardinal
Flower: scarlet carnation
Nickname: Buckeye State
Motto: With God, All Things Are Possible
Area (sq. mi.): 41,222
Capitol: Columbus
Admitted: 1 Mar 1803






Fairfield County Facts:

Seat: Lancaster
Established: 1800
Formed from: Ross and Washington

Additional Local History Notes:

The 1854 Gazetteer of the United States by Thomas Baldwin shows:

RUSHVILLE, a post-village of Fairfield co., Ohio, 150 miles E. N. E. from Cincinnati. The Zanesville and Cincinnati railroad passes very near it.






Rushville is situated 320 meters above sea level.



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