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Arts and Culture in Mentor, OH

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A thrilling walking tour through the Haunted Historic district of Downtown Willoughby, OhioTake a guided afte... discoverohio.com

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The Finnish Heritage Museum is dedicated to preserve and perpetuate Finnish heritage and cultural traditions.... discoverohio.com

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Kirtland Temple

Willoughby, OH

Dedicated in 1836, the House of the Lord, commonly known as Kirtland Temple, served as the center of the community li... hmdb.org

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Side A: The Willoughby University of Lake Erie, Medical College, 1834-1847 The village of Chagrin, founded in 1798, c... hmdb.org

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Marsh Settlement

Grand River, OH

The first settlement in this county was made near this site in 1797 and was known as Marsh Settlement. The early resi... hmdb.org

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This dirt lane once led to the farm's northern fields and the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad tracks, about 3... hmdb.org

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In memory of all paratroopers and gliderman [sic] who spearheaded all major invasions, dropping behind enemy lines to... hmdb.org

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This tablet commemorates four institutions of learning previously occupying this site. The Willoughby Medical College... hmdb.org

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Carriage House

Mentor, OH

In 1893, twelve years after James A. Garfield's assassination, Lucretia Garfield directed the construction of the Que... hmdb.org

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This small building buzzed with activity during the 1880 presidential campaign. Garfield changed this library into th... hmdb.org

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In 1885, workers discovered an abundant supply of natural gas at Lawnfield and built a stone-and-brick gasholder buil... hmdb.org

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From July to November 1880, Republican candidate James A. Garfield staged his presidential campaign from his home. Us... hmdb.org

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The first house here, built in 1831-32 by James Dickey, stood only 1 1/2-stories tall. In 1876, Congressman James A. ... hmdb.org

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This barn, originally locate near Mentor Avenue, was built for James A. Garfield in 1877. Although part of a larger b... hmdb.org

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[History related excerpts from the marker] Natural Shoreline of Lake Erie The Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve's 1.5-mi... hmdb.org

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From the 1920s through the 1970s, Mentor was recognized as the Rose Capital of the Nation. Lake effect climate, a var... hmdb.org

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