Morristown, Ohio National Register of Historic Places

Morristown was platted on April 14, 1802

Morristown is named for Duncan Morrison, an early settler

The National Road is the nation’s first federally funded highway

Morristown Featured in Old House Journal Magazine

Morristown has been on the National Register of Historic Places for over 30 years and been recognized many times as one of the best preserved examples of a National Road community, yet the latest recognition may bring it to the attention of its largest audience yet.

Morristown is a featured community in the December 2016 issue of Old House Journal, a national publication with an audience of 3.6 million readers that is considered the preeminent restoration source by homeowners and design professionals.

The two-page, full color spread, which hits newsstands on November 1st, includes photos of six 19th century homes and the Black Horse Inn as well as a brief history of the village. Read more..