Place:Lebanon, Warren, Ohio, United States

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NameLebanon
TypeCity
Coordinates39.427°N 84.212°W
Located inWarren, Ohio, United States
Contained Places
Cemetery
Lebanon Cemetery
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Lebanon is a city in southwestern Ohio, United States. The population was 20,033 at the 2010 census. Lebanon is the county seat of Warren County and is part of the Cincinnati metropolitan area. Lebanon is widely known as a tourist destination, with its many points of interest, historic landmarks, regional festivals and downtown shopping. The city also has a symphony orchestra and chorus.

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Lebanon is in the Symmes Purchase. The first European settler in what is now Lebanon was Amy Elizabeth Carnahan, daughter of Thomas Corwin, who came to Ohio from Bourbon County, Kentucky and settled on the north branch of Turtle Creek in March 1796. The site of his cabin is now on the grounds of Berry Intermediate School on North Broadway and is marked with a monument erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

The town was laid out in September 1802 on land owned by Ichabod Corwin, Silas Hurin, Ephraim Hathaway, and Samuel Manning in Sections 35 and 35 of Town 5, Range 3 North and Sections 5 and 6 of Town 4, Range 3 North of the Between the Miami Rivers Survey. Lebanon was named after the Biblical Lebanon because of the many juniper or Eastern Redcedar trees there, similar to the Lebanon Cedar. It is known today as "The Cedar City".

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