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This photo was taken later, possibly in the late 30's and shows the Zoar Dance Hall pavilion. More #paranormal information about this location can be found at: http://www.panicd.com/location.php?ln=1245

This photo was taken later, possibly in the late 30's and shows the Zoar Dance Hall pavilion. More #paranormal information about this location can be found at: http://www.panicd.com/location.php?ln=1245

Historic view of Zoar Historic District, c. .1900. The Village of Zoar is a well-preserved early 19th-century communal village. Zoar was founded in 1817 by a group of German “Separatists” fleeing religious persecution. They obtained a loan from the Quakers and purchased 5,500 acres along the Tuscarawas River, and formed the communal society. Everyone’s property and earnings became common stock and men and women had equal political rights in the community.

Historic view of Zoar Historic District, c. .1900. The Village of Zoar is a well-preserved early 19th-century communal village. Zoar was founded in 1817 by a group of German “Separatists” fleeing religious persecution. They obtained a loan from the Quakers and purchased 5,500 acres along the Tuscarawas River, and formed the communal society. Everyone’s property and earnings became common stock and men and women had equal political rights in the community.

History | ohiohistory.org - More #paranormal information about this location can be found at: http://www.panicd.com/location.php?ln=1245

History | ohiohistory.org - More #paranormal information about this location can be found at: http://www.panicd.com/location.php?ln=1245

Zoar Ohio Map | Marker #9-79 Zoar Town Hall / Zoar and The Ohio & Erie Canal

Zoar Ohio Map | Marker #9-79 Zoar Town Hall / Zoar and The Ohio & Erie Canal

a family checks out the sand and shore of what was a new public beach area in Port Sanilac in the 1930's.

a family checks out the sand and shore of what was a new public beach area in Port Sanilac in the 1930's.

2012's most endangered historic U.S. places..Villiage of Zoar in Ohio.

2012's most endangered historic U.S. places

2012's most endangered historic U.S. places..Villiage of Zoar in Ohio.

Zoar Village, Ohio

Zoar Village, Ohio

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Winter Time Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Rick Buzalewski

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Zoar helps tell the story of immigration to the United States. | Photo: Ohio Historical Society

The Village of Zoar

Zoar helps tell the story of immigration to the United States. | Photo: Ohio Historical Society

The Canal House Tuscarawas Ohio | 79 The Ohio-Erie Canal 1825-1913 / The Ohio-Erie Canal In Tuscarawas ...

The Canal House Tuscarawas Ohio | 79 The Ohio-Erie Canal 1825-1913 / The Ohio-Erie Canal In Tuscarawas ...

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