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Goshen was officially established in March of 1819, and formed from Miami Township. The first permanent settler was Jacob Myers. By the mid 1800's Goshen boasted several saw and grist mills, blacksmiths, a tannery, hotel, pottery shop, churches, various shops, post office, schools, funeral home, hat factory, cabinet maker, brick yard, and more than one distillery, but the area around the village remained largely agricultural. The Cincinnati & Marietta Railroad passed through town with a station at Hills (Hills Station). The Columbus & Wooster Turnpike, later renamed State Route 28, was the main thoroughfare.



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Goshen Township 
Historical Society

Mail: P.O. Box 671 
Goshen Ohio 45122

Museum: 
1843 St. Rt. 28, Goshen OH 45122

(513) 575-1027

goshenhistory@gmail.com


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