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Ted Fleckenstein, Fort Loramie, examines the artifacts that were discovered on his farm. The discovery is believed to be the store of Peter Loramie and the Fort of “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The display was part of the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days held over the weekend.

Ted Fleckenstein, Fort Loramie, examines the artifacts that were discovered on his farm. The discovery is believed to be the store of Peter Loramie and the Fort of “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The display was part of the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days held over the weekend.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Ted Fleckenstein, Fort Loramie, examines the artifacts that were discovered on his farm. The discovery is believed to be the store of Peter Loramie and the Fort of “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The display was part of the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days held over the weekend.

Ted Fleckenstein, Fort Loramie, examines the artifacts that were discovered on his farm. The discovery is believed to be the store of Peter Loramie and the Fort of “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The display was part of the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days held over the weekend.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1785.jpgTed Fleckenstein, Fort Loramie, examines the artifacts that were discovered on his farm. The discovery is believed to be the store of Peter Loramie and the Fort of “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The display was part of the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days held over the weekend. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News