Guest Book
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William Henry Harrison Tomb Guest Book - OU061B

 A guestbook at the grave of President William Henry Harrison.

Hidden by  web-ling

N 39° 09.039' W 84° 45.069' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Ohio
 Cache Type: Guest Book
 Size: No container
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 30 April 2013
 Date Created: 26 March 2013
 Last Modified: 30 April 2013
 Waypoint: OU061B


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Description   EN   

The tomb of William Henry Harrison, 9th President of the United States, is a memorial oblisk on Mt. Nebo in North Bend.  The oblisk rises 60 feet above the marble entranceway to the Harrison tomb.

The Harrison Tomb is one of 60 sites operated by the Ohio Historical Society.

Free admission, open year-round during daylight hours.

The guest book is located inside the entrance to the tomb.

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1 21 March 2015 TommyGator Found it

Wow!  A FTF on a cache that has been published for almost two years to the date!

We had been here once before, but that was before I started caching---and on that visit, the gates were locked and I wasn't able to sign the guest book.  That detail was remedied today, as the monument was thankfully open!  We weren't the only visitors today either---quite a few folks came by while we were there.

We took our time with this one.  After signing the book, I did some hiking behind the monument and took quite a few pictures.

Thanks for bringing us here!