Davidson Interpretive Center

Carleton Davidson was a Springfield Ohio businessman and philanthropist who loved history.  Upon his passing, his family established the Carleton F. and Ruth T. Davidson Trust which continues to serve the Springfield community.  The trust has funded the George Rogers Clark sculpture in downtown and helped establish the park and interpretive center at the Battle of Peckuwe site.

 

Battle of Peckuwe Site

Today the Clark County Park District operates the Davidson Interpretive Center as the region’s historical education center on lands that once served as a settlement for the Shawnee.  Due to ongoing raids, George Rogers Clark attacked the settlement which became the largest battle of the American Revolution War of the Allegheny Mountains.  As a result, the Shawnee and British were driven out of the area thereby opening the Northwest Territory.

 

Springfield Ohio Art Prints

These prints of one of Springfield's landmarks serve as a great way to highlight your community pride while filling your walls with stunning artwork.

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A bronze sculpture of Carleton F. Davidson sitting on a small wall during a fall sunset that cast golden light over the historical education center holding his name

Carleton F. Davidson Sculpture at Sunset No. 5

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A former Revolutionary War battle site now serves as a tall-grass prairie where Ohio Goldenrods catch the last rays from the setting sun

Goldenrods at Golden Hour No. 8

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