Harrison (OH)

Harrison (OH)

  • The Harrison Historical Society Museum is home to a vast amount of literature and items pertaining to the Harrison area.

  • In this video we cover the history of Harrison, Ohio starting when it was first founded in the 1840s; covering early transportation which includes the canal and the railroad; Morgan’s Raid of…[View More]

  • John Hunt Morgan was a Brigadier General in the Confederate Army. His nickname was “Thunderbolt”.

  • The Looker Home was built in 1804 in Harrison, Ohio. In 1962 the house was dismantled and then reconstructed the home on Marvin Road in 1970.

  • Market Street Grille Restaurant has history from top to bottom. The building (Constructed in 1856) was designed as a brewery. The building has also been used as a Lodge …[View More]

  • St, John’s United Church of Christ was built in 1921 after the previous church was destroyed by fire.

  • The Village Pharmacy was established in 1868 and is one of the few family pharmacies still in existence.