Coshocton County River photograph   Save
Coshocton County River photograph
Description: On January 31, 1810, the State of Ohio authorized the creation of Coshocton County. The county's name comes from the Delaware Indian word for "black bear town." The Delaware Indians' territory centered in modern-day Coshocton County until white settlement led the tribe to move further west in the years following the American Revolution. County residents began to prosper with completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal. Thanks to the canal, Coshocton became a major commercial center in eastern Ohio during the 1820s and 1830s. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: SA1039AV_B05F05_002
Subjects: Geology and Natural Resources; Rivers; Coshocton County (Ohio)--History.
Places: Coshocton County (Ohio)