Art & Utility: Ohio Glass and Pottery
In 1797, Ebenezer Zane cleared a path from what was then the Virginia border to Marysville, Kentucky, easing the way for Ohio's earliest settlers. Your guide Sandra Sleight-Brennan explores the northern section of the Trace and its importance to early Ohio industries between Zanesville and East Liverpool.
Please note: The Byesville Scenic Railway and Hopalong Cassidy Museum are currently closed.
Begin each track at the location indicated. Important sites from the tour are marked on the map and under each track heading. Sites that are highlighted in blue link to additional information.
Track 2Begin at State Route 60 and US 22 GPS: 39.940489, -82.001458
Track 3East on US 22 from the National Road Museum near New Concord GPS: 39.975566, -81.823580
Track 4US 22 and County Highway 141 GPS: 39.997181, -81.700831
Track 5US 22 and State Route 331 GPS: 40.189950, -81.198422
Track 6US 22 and Township Highway 320 GPS: 40.248411, -81.061914
- Clark Gable Foundation
- Courthouse Square Historic Markers in Cadiz
Track 7US 22 and County Highway 4 GPS: 40.328265, -80.903389
Track 8State Route 7 and State Route 152 GPS: 40.508170, -80.622156
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