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Civil War Letter of John King to his brother. page 2

Civil War Letter of John King to his brother. page 2

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 4

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 4

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 1

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 1

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 3

Civil War letter of John King to his brother. page 3

Civil War part two, page 2 on the left and page 3 on the right.

Civil War part two, page 2 on the left and page 3 on the right.

Civil War letter to Nathan King.  Page 4 is on the left and page 1 on the right.

Civil War letter to Nathan King. Page 4 is on the left and page 1 on the right.

Troops heading off to fight in World War I. Photo taken at the Washington County Fairgrounds.

Troops heading off to fight in World War I. Photo taken at the Washington County Fairgrounds.

The Muskingum lock and dam project began in 1836. By 1841 the river was navigable year round between Marietta and Dresden. Lockmasters, who were on call 24/7, lived at each lock. The Marietta Lockmaster's House was built in 1899. The last lockmaster moved out in 1948.

The Muskingum lock and dam project began in 1836. By 1841 the river was navigable year round between Marietta and Dresden. Lockmasters, who were on call 24/7, lived at each lock. The Marietta Lockmaster's House was built in 1899. The last lockmaster moved out in 1948.

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