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Re: "Outside Chillecothe"
Posted by: Mike Armstrong Date: March 19, 2002 at 19:03:36
In Reply to: "Outside Chillecothe" by Ron Hood of 1613

Not trying to confuse the issue but in addition to what Jim Davis posted -"Hi Jim" - Chillicothe was a generic location name used by the American Indians for a major meeting place or village. There was also a Chillicothe (Indian interpretation) over near the Miami River as well as other places. I think Jim is probably right in the Frankfort/Chillicothe posting but I thought you should know there were other "Chillicothe's" during that period.
Mike A.


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