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Ohio Lands

Map of the Ohio Lands

The Ohio Lands were the myriad grants, tracts, districts and cessions which make up what is now the U.S. state of Ohio. The Ohio Country was one of the first settled parts of the Midwest, and indeed one of the first settled parts of the United States beyond the original 13 colonies. The land that became first the anchor of the Northwest Territory and later Ohio was cobbled together from a variety of sources and owners.

List of Ohio Lands

See also

External links

  • The Evolution of Ohio (OPLIN)
  • Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources: Map of Original Land Subdivisions of Ohio (pdf)
  • American Surveyor article
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