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Learn about the Inventors from Ohio

The inventors of the airplane, light bulb, vacuum cleaner, chewing gum, and traffic signal all called Ohio home. Discover some of the men and women of the Western Reserve who changed the world with their innovations during an online program … Continue reading

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Meet the Settlers of the Western Reserve

Our friends from Lake County History Center take you back to the very beginning of the Western Reserve. Discover the first settlers who lived, died, and were married in the Western Reserve. Also, discover what one settler did when wolves … Continue reading

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Revisit Cleveland’s Christmases of Yesteryear

The historians from the Lake County History Center will take you on a tour through the Christmases of Yesteryear during a special program we’re hosting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14. This program will bring back memories of Northeast Ohio’s … Continue reading

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Meet the women spies of Ohio

Did you know that a young woman who lived in Lake County served as a Union spy by request of none less than President Abraham Lincoln? You can learn about this woman (whose name was Elizabeth Stiles, by the way) and … Continue reading

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Hear the Eerie Legends of Lake County

Lake County legends have fascinated locals throughout the years. Which buildings are haunted? Was there really a monster on Little Mountain? Share your own local myths and legends and learn about other puzzling and extraordinary happenings in our own backyard … Continue reading

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