: This is a drawing of the Ohio Capitol building in Zanesville, Ohio. The building was constructed 1809-1810, and in 1810, Zanesville replaced Chillicothe as Ohio's capital until 1812, after which the capital returned to Chillicothe. Later that year, Columbus became Ohio's capital. The building in Zanesville closely resembled the statehouse in Chillicothe, but was built in the Federal Style, which incorporates more refined architectural staples, rather than the Colonial Style, which is characterized by plainer architectural design. View on Ohio Memory.
: AV8_B1_F2_001 Subjects
: Zanesville (Ohio); Capitols; Buildings; Ohio History--State and Local Government; Architecture Places
: Zanesville (Ohio); Muskingum County (Ohio)