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Historic Sites in Barberton, OH

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In 1898, F.A. Seiberling founded The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, naming it after Charles Goodyear, th... americanheritage.com

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This series of flat stones has been laid on the ground to mark the actual trail of the Portage Path as it was surveye... hmdb.org

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This church, founded in 1866, is the oldest Black congregation in Akron. After worshipping in several locations, the ... hmdb.org

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Portage Path

Akron, OH

You are standing on the famous portage, carrying-place between the Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas rivers. The two streams an... hmdb.org

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The North Terminus canoe landing of the Portage Path was located here along the Cuyahoga River. The 1797 survey of th... hmdb.org

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On this site on May 29, 1851, Sojourner Truth, a former slave, gave her world famous "And Ain't I a Woman?" speech, r... hmdb.org

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The First Americans You are standing at the North Terminus of the renewed Portage Path, which formed the vital link i... hmdb.org

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In 1785, American Indian tribal leaders from the Chippewa, Delaware, Ottawa, and Wyandot met with representatives sen... hmdb.org

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1891 Founder City of Barberton Sculptors, Virgil and Zak Villers Dedicated September 29, 2007 hmdb.org

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Third Battalion, 130th Infantry 33rd Division, Army of the United States Posthumously Awarded the Congressional Medal... hmdb.org

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This burying ground was the first public cemetery located within Akron's boundaries. It was also known as the "Old Ce... hmdb.org

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Glenn "Jeep" Davis

Barberton, OH

To honor your many accomplishments as a teacher, coach, and athlete, and to thank you for setting a great example for... hmdb.org

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The home of Dr. Bob & Anne Smith from 1916 to 1950 Co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous The birthplace of Alcoholics An... hmdb.org

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Industrialist and entrepreneur Franklin Augustus Seiberling (1859-1955) named his fledgling rubber goods manufacturin... hmdb.org

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To honor the pioneering spirit and enthusiam of the Citizens of Akron who supported the significant advances to motor... hmdb.org

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In downtown Akron at the Portage Hotel, 12 September 1935, a national convention of rubber workers met and organized ... hmdb.org

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An annual summer tradition for American youth since the 1930s, the All-American Soap Box Derby was the concept of jou... hmdb.org

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Attracted by the availability of raw materials and railroad transportation, the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company (PPG) ... hmdb.org

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Built over a two-year period, from 1936-1937, by the Federal Works Progress Administration, the Glendale Steps surviv... hmdb.org

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