Chillicothe Junto

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The Chillicothe Junto was a term applied to a group of Chillicothe, Ohio Democratic-Republican politicians who brought about the admission of Ohio as a state (1803) and largely controlled its politics for some years thereafter. The best known were Thomas Worthington, Edward Tiffin and Nathaniel Massie.

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  • Dictionary of American History by James Truslow Adams, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940