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Miamisburg, founded in 1818, is located in southwestern Ohio in Montgomery County about 10 miles southwest of Dayton on the banks of the on the banks of the [miamiriv]. The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 18,304, an increase of 470 since 1990.

The tiny community had been known as "Hole's Station" since about 1797, when Zachariah Hole brought his family here from Virginia and built a stockade as protection from Indians. Other settlers, mostly from Pennsylvania, began their new lives. The town's name was formed from the Miami Indian tribe that resided there and "burg," which means "borough" or "town".

One of the more popular attractions is the "Miamisburg Mound", an ancient burial mound of the circa 500 B.C. era.

Pipestone Golf Club and River Bend Golf Club are public 18-hole courses while the Mound Golf Course is a public 9-hole facility for those wishing to shoot a round of golf. CODE left

Miamisburg, founded in 1818, is located in southwestern Ohio in [y39113] about 10 miles southwest of [dayton] on the banks of the [miamiriv]. The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 18,304, an increase of 470 since 1990.

The tiny community had been known as "Hole's Station" since about 1797, when Zachariah Hole brought his family here from Virginia and built a stockade as protection from Indians. Other settlers, mostly from Pennsylvania, began their new lives. The town's name was formed from the Miami Indian tribe that resided there and "burg," which means "borough" or "town".

One of the more popular attractions is the "Miamisburg Mound", an ancient burial mound of the circa 500 B.C. era.

Pipestone Golf Club and River Bend Golf Club are public 18-hole courses while the Mound Golf Course is a public 9-hole facility for those wishing to shoot a round of golf.

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