The village of New Baltimore is founded.
Henry Township, with a population of approximately 475 citizens, furnishes 30 soldiers to the Union Army. Nine of them die during the war.
The B&O Railroad comes to North Baltimore. The first ticket office is in B. L. Peters’ store but is later moved to a new depot in the center of town by the railroad tracks.
Hammansburg is surveyed by W. H. Wood for William Hammond and Jacob Ackerman.
The first brick school house is built at the northwest corner of South Second Street and West Water Street.
North Baltimore’s first fire department is organized. B.L. Peters is the first foreman.
Peters Crossroads is renamed New Baltimore, Ohio, but the name is soon changed to North Baltimore to prevent confusion with another Ohio village with the same name.
The first Post Office opens. Lincoln F. Hudson is the postmaster.
Dr. Eaton builds the North Baltimore Roller Mills.
North Baltimore’s first newspaper,The North Baltimore Enterprise, is founded by B.L. and D.E. Peters.
George D. Chase establishes the hamlet of Denver in western Henry Township, but settlement fails to flourish after the B&O Railroad locates its depot in North Baltimore.
A petition for incorporation of North Baltimore is filed.
On February 7 of this year, the village is officially incorporated. B.L. Peters is elected the first mayor.
George G. Rockwell purchases the Eaton Roller Mills and renames the business as the Rockwell Flour Mill.
North Baltimore’s second brick school house is constructed at 124 South Second Street.
Henry’s Opera house is built at 129 North Main Street and is dedicated by Dr. A.G. Henry.
A. H. Balsley establishesThe North Baltimore Beacon.