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    Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis

    National Historic Site Ohio

Nearby Attractions

Center for Historic and Military Archaeology at Heidelberg College
The Center for Historic and military Archaeology is an academic research and experiential learning program designed to reach beyond the traditional focus of undergraduate education. The CMHA provides a quality program for anthropological archaeologists focusing on historic and military archaeology and cultural resource management.

Fort Meigs
Fort Meigs is a War of 1812 battlefield located in Perrysburg, Ohio. A reconstructed fort and museum help bring history alive.

Fort Recovery
Fort Recovery is a pretty, little historic village of some 1430 population, located in West Central Ohio. The village is built on the site of General St. Clair's defeat in 1791 by a Native American confederacy under Miami Chief Michikinikwa (Little Turtle) and Shawnee Chief Weyapiersenwah (Blue Jacket).

Sauder Village
Visit with costumed guides about how families lived over 100 years ago.

Wolcott House Museum Complex
Home of the Maumee Valley Historical Society, the Wolcott House Museum Complex takes visitors back to the early 19th century and gives you a peek at what pioneer life was like in the Maumee Valley.

Did You Know?

Native Americans fight the Americans

On August 20, 1794, in the Battle of Fallen Timbers, Indian warriors closely pursued the soldiers of the front guard of the Legion of the United States until a light infantry skirmish line forced the Indians to seek shelter amid timbers that had been felled a few years before by a tornado.