Stark County Ohio

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Stark County Ohio

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locally legendary

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Canton Preservation Society Resale Store

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The original Stark County Courthouse in Canton, Ohio, c1860s. Today's courthouse is an extensive renovation of the second courthouse, which some consider the third courthouse. From the collection of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum.

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After Ida McKinley's death in 1907, the Front Porch Campaign house in Canton, Ohio became Mercy Hospital. The home was removed to another site and was later demolished in the 1930s.

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Spring Hill Historic Home, Massillon, Ohio - Part of the National Parks Service Underground Railroad Network of Freedom

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Five Oaks, Massillon Ohio

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Meyers Lake!!

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Canton Palace, Ohio, Hiroshi Sugimoto >> photoforager

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Benders Historical Restaurant

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President William McKinley photographed sitting on his famous front porch...

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Looking for a good workout? 108 steps to the top of the McKinley Monument in Canton, Ohio.

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Amazing coffee shop in canton Ohio

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#Canton residents/neighbors want #SARTA to publish #OpenTransitData (i.e. publishing #GTFS Feed); and they'll volunteer to make it happen . Across the country, forward-thinking transit agencies are realizing the power of open data. With minimal investment, agencies have generated tremendous value by engaging the public. Now it's Stark County's turn to get on board.

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Community Building in Real-time in Canton, Ohio - read more @ scoutstark.com/...

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Beautiful shot og the skyline of Canton, Ohio

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Jacob Sechler Coxey, Sr. sometimes known as General Coxey (April 16, 1854 – May 18, 1951) of Massillon, Ohio, was an American politician, who ran for elective office several times in Ohio. Twice led Coxey's Army in 1894 and 1914, consisting of a group of unemployed men that he led on marches from Massillon, Ohio to Washington, D.C. to present a "Petition in Boots" demanding that the United States Congress allocate funds to create jobs for the unemployed. Inspired FDR to launch Social Security.

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Massillon, Ohio, Longfellow School - 7-9 junior high at the time, now gone. One of so very many shortsighted demolitions in Massillon, Ohio...

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The trumpeters of justice - Stark County Courthouse, downtown Canton, Ohio

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