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Located in the northern part of the state, it was founded April 1, 1820 and
named after the Seneca Indian Tribe.
Seneca County was originally part of the territory set aside for Native Americans by the
Treaty of Greeneville.
Its county seat is Tiffin
The county was barely inhabited until the 1830s, but by 1860 its population had massively increased to about half
the current number of inhabitants. It grew slowly from thereon. Currently, almost 80% of the county's total area
is agricultural land. Some 10% is covered by forest, and the rest is mostly taken up by built-up areas and to a
slightly lesser extent by pastureland.
Fostoria (partly) * Tiffin
Attica * Bettsville * Bloomville * Green Springs (partly) * New Riegel * Republic *
Adams * Big Spring * Bloom * Clinton * Eden * Hopewell * Jackson *
Liberty * Loudon * Pleasant * Reed * Scipio * Seneca * Thompson * Venice
Adrian * Alvada * Amsden * Angus * Attica Junction * Bascom * Berwick
* Caroline * Carrothers *
Center * * Cooper * Cromers * Fireside * Flat Rock * Fort Seneca * Frank * Frenchtown
Iler * Ink * Kansas * Longley * Lowell * Maple Grove * Melmore * Old Fort * Omar *
Rockaway * Scipio * Siam * Springville * St. Stephens * Swander * Watsons * West Lodi
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