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Stone House Inn

February 16, 2013
dsp Times Leader

THE OLD Stone House, also known as the Stone Tavern, in Lansing was constructed in 1802 and some believe it was used by travelers on Zane's Trace constructed by Ebenezer Zane in 1798. The building was then torn down and purchased in 1832 by Townsend Fraiser, and the lease included the entire plot of land of what is now Lansing. Frasier reputedly drove the first stake on the National Road on this side of the Ohio River. Photo Courtesy/Eastern Ohio Pictorial Directory

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