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The Ohio state capital is Columbus.
The population of Miamisburg is approximately 27,290 (1995), 20181 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 6,844 (1990), 7948 (2010).
The amount of land area in Miamisburg is 24.546 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.49 sq kilometers.
The distance from Miamisburg to Washington DC is 414 miles.
The distance to the Ohio state capital is 77 miles. (as the crow flies)
Miamisburg is positioned 39.63 degrees north of the equator and 84.27 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Miamisburg elevation is 703 feet above sea level.

History & History Related Items

Miamisburg was named from the Miami Indians. The largest conical Native American burial mound in Ohio is found here. It is called the Miamisburg Mound. The site is just 3 miles west of I-75 in a 57 acre park, including picnic grounds. You can climb the 116 steps to the top to see for miles around the area.

Miamisburg is also known as Hole Station. Miamisburg was platted in 1818. Around 1797, a man, Zachariah Hole, and his family came here from Virginia to live. He built a stockade to protect themselves from the Indians. He then found the Indians to be friendly and the stockade became a place for many transients, new residents until they built their cabins and others. This is when the area became known as Hole Station. (Information from the Miamisburg Public Library)
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Other things to see and do in the area: Miamisburg Mound, Baum Opera House, Hamburger Wagon
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