Putnam, Zanesville, OH Photos

The Putnam neighborhood of Zanesville, OH hosts heritage buildings from the pre Civil War era when the village was a hotbed of abolition and the Underground Railroad. The Putnam Presbyterian Church (1835) (467 Woodlawn Ave.) was visited by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1837) & Frederick Douglas.

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The Stone Academy museum of Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County. Zanesville, OH.Dr. Increase Mathews House museum of Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County. Zanesville, OH.Greek Revival stone house across street from Mathews House in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Wesley B. Hubbell House in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.
The Stone Academy (1809) (115 Jefferson St.) museum of Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County. Zanesville, OH. Dr. Increase Mathews House (1805) (304 Woodlawn Ave.) museum of Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County. Zanesville, OH. Greek Revival stone house across street from Mathews House in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Wesley B. Hubbell House (c1830) (313 Woodlawn Ave.) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH. On National Register.
Queen Anne-style house in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Federal brick house on Woodlawn Ave. in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Guthrie house site of planning meetings for Ohio Anti-slavery convention in in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Double bracketed Italiate-style porch in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.
Queen Anne-style house in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Federal brick house on Woodlawn Ave. in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Guthrie house (405 Woodlawn Ave.) site of planning meetings for Ohio Anti-slavery convention in (1835) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH. Style: Federal with Italianate features.Double bracketed Italiate-style porch (405 Woodlawn Ave.) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.
Putnam Manse with wrought iron Gothic railing in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Putnam Presbyterian Church visited by Harriet Beecher Stowe & Frederick Douglas. Zanesville, OH.Gothic portal of Putnam Presbyterian Church with past abolitionist congregation. Zanesville, OH.George Guthrie house a stop on the Underground Railroad. Zanesville, OH.
Putnam Manse (1849) with wrought iron Gothic railing (425 Woodlawn Ave.) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH. Style: Greek Revival.Putnam Presbyterian Church (1835) (467 Woodlawn Ave.) visited by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1837) & Frederick Douglas. Zanesville, OH.Gothic portal of Putnam Presbyterian Church with past abolitionist congregation. Zanesville, OH.George Guthrie house (1841) (521 Woodlawn Ave.) a stop on the Underground Railroad. Zanesville, OH. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.
Putnam Underground Railroad Education Center. Zanesville, OH.Heritage house with jigsaw cut porches in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Schultz Mansion. Zanesville, OH.Federal-style Nye house in Putnam once home of abolitionists. Zanesville, OH.
Putnam Underground Railroad Education (Pure) Center (522 Woodlawn Ave.). Zanesville, OH.Heritage house with jigsaw cut porches (Putnam Ave. at Jefferson St.) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.Schultz Mansion (1900) (441 Putnam Ave.). Zanesville, OH.Federal-style Nye house (1835) (228 Adams St.) in Putnam once home of abolitionists. Zanesville, OH.
Federal-style house in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.


Federal-style house (227 Adams St.) in Putnam. Zanesville, OH.



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