Ohio Bicentennial Barn

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The Ohio Bicentennial was a series of events and programs held in the U.S. state of Ohio to coincide with the 200th anniversary of statehood on March 1, 2003. The Ohio Bicentennial Commission was established by the Ohio General Assembly in 1995 to sponsor commemorative barn paintings, bells, and historical markers throughout the state in the years leading up to the celebration.

Complementing the Commission's programs, the Ohio Historical Society restored the Adena Mansion, originally the home of Thomas Worthington.
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