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Noble County (Ohio)

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Noble County is in Southeast Ohio. Last formed of Ohio's 88 counties, it was home to the Thorla-McKee Well, the first North American oil producing well, and was the site of the 1925 USS Shenandoah airship disaster. Part of the Wayne National Forest is located in Noble County.

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Interstate 77 runs north-south through Noble County.

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  • Baker Family Musuem, 805 Cumberland Street (Located at the intersection of Frazier and Cumberland Streets), 740-732-6410, [1]. W-Th 9 A.M. - 4 P.M., F-Sa 9 P.M. - 5 P.M. during the summer. The Baker Family Museum is a unique and fascinating collection of various types of antiques. It is a private collection of over 300,000 pieces from many local glass companies including Cambridge Glass, Heisey, Fenton, Westmorland, and Degenhart. Free - Donations accepted. (39.750848,-81.515653) edit

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