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Adena, Ohio

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Adena is a village in Harrison and Jefferson counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. Founded in 1801 and incorporated in 1908, Adena, in a land fertile for agriculture, and in later years railroads and coal mines provided many jobs. Adena's coal mines were part of eastern Ohio's richest coal area. By the early twentieth century, many schools, homes, and businesses were established. In 1939, the population reached 1,500 as bus companies made connections to Martins Ferry, Steubenville, Cadiz, and Wheeling, luring business from bigger cities. Adena is located two miles (3 km) north of U.S. Route 250, fourteen miles (21 km) east of St. Clairsville, thirty miles south of Steubenville, and nineteen miles (30 km) northwest of Wheeling, West Virginia.

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