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Putnam County was formed from Old Indian Territory, April 1, 1820, and named from General Israel Putnam, who was born at Salem, MA, January 7, 1718, and died at Brooklyn, CT, May 29, 1790.
Tucked into the heart of Putnam County, Ottawa Ohio welcomes you to its quiet and friendly community. In the downtown area, attractive brick buildings, constructed by ancestors long ago, still bustle with the activity of family-owned businesses and professional offices.
A proud tradition is apparent in the well-kept homes of the entire community. Graceful trees hover over the well-maintained streets criss-crossing through Ottawa. These streets will lead you to beautiful parks, new and historic homes, highly academic schools, shopping areas, entertainment, and dining. Shoppers will find Ottawa to be a provider of goods, ranging from the latest in fashion and unusual art, to dry goods and exquisite jewelry. Ottawa is a wonderful place to live and work. You will find that it is growing steadily with new housing, quality education at all levels, and new business, yet still retains the warmth and friendliness of a small town.