In 1820, the Ohio government authorized the creation of the county from part of Huron County and was attached to Sandusky County. On April 1, 1824, the county was fully organized.
Want to help us plan for Seneca County’s Bicentennial? Contact Brittany to get involved!
From Fostoria to Attica, help us build a barn quilt trail through Seneca County in celebration of the 2024 Bicentennial.
A barn quilt mirrors the cloth quilt and is painted on wood or metal. It can be placed on any building—barns, historical places, or freestanding.
The barn quilt movement began with Donna Sue Groves and her wish to honor her mother, Maxine, and her Appalachian heritage by having a painted quilt hung on her barn in Adams County, Ohio in 2011.
For more information about Suzi Perron and her barn quilt workshops, visit barnquiltinfo.com! Watch for presentations and workshops coming soon!