Friday, July 4, 2014
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Milan, Ohio
The monument in honor of soldiers and sailors from Milan who served in the American Civil War was dedicated in the town square of Milan, Ohio on July 4, 1867. According to a Milan, Ohio website, the monument changed the area that had formerly been a hitching post area into a village park. The names of several Milan residents who served their country in the war are listed on the monument.
The village of Milan, Ohio is a charming place to visit. It is well known as the birthplace of Thomas Edison. The town square is bustling with restaurants, businesses, and a newly renovated public library. Flags fly high in the town square of this delightful Ohio town.
Posted by Dorene from Ohio at 2:00 AM