Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Columbiana County Ohio- History


The county of Columbiana in Ohio was formed on March 25, 1803 out of the counties of Jefferson and Washington. The land during this period of time was still inhabited by the tribes of Wyandots, Mingoes and Delawares. The county was names after the discover Christopher Columbus. The county seat is Lisbon.

A wide variety of nationalities migrated to this area including Quakers, Germans, Scotch Irish and English. We cover some of these groups in this area due to their importance to the county.

We start off with some more information on migration patterns in this area. Have a great day.
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