The Village of North Bend is located in the southwest corner of Ohio in Hamilton County, 15 miles west of downtown Cincinnati and 6 miles east of the Ohio/Indiana state line. Named for the most northerly bend of the Ohio River between the Muskingum and Mississippi Rivers, North Bend is rich in local and national history.



North Bend takes great pride in its illustrious history. Settled by John Cleves Symmes in 1789, North Bend is the home of William Henry Harrison- the 9th U.S. President, birthplace of Benjamin Harrison-the 23rd President and the cradle of local Three Rivers history. North Bend, along with Quincy, Mass. are the only two communities in America that can claim two presidents. As the site of such a magnificent history and heritage, North Bend occupies a lofty seat in American history.

If you have questions or need information about William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison and their connection to North Bend, want to visit Harrison's burial site or the Harrison-Symmes Museum or have questions about North Bend and the Three Rivers area please e-mail the Harrison-Symmes Memorial Foundation Museum at museum@hsmfmuseum.org or visit www.hsmfmuseum.org

 

 



   The two links below will take you to all of the village and history pages   

 

 

 

Village of North Bend

updated 3/28/2014

 
North Bend History
 
 updated 11/25/11


 

 

 

 


                                                          



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