Worlds Children Peace Monument
Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)
Designed at the ARK in Berea and built at Coe Lake Park in Berea, Ohio. Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) will become the largest art work dedicated to a sustainable Culture of Peace as Peace Stones are added annually to cities around the World. The WCPM was officially inaugurated in 2003 at the 3rd World Peace Conference held in Verbania, Italy by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca, where they received an Italian Medal of Arts. They were also recognized by the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland and in 2006 appointed Universal Peace Ambassadors. The WCPM is organized in support of the UN Decade of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World and the UN Millennium Development Goals. http://www.wcpm.info
- Address: 118 East Bridge Street
Berea, Ohio 44017
- Phone: Local Number: 4408918376
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- Website: http://www.wcpm.info
Minerva Diary has been family owned & operated since 1894. Producers of Amish-style butter, natural cheeses, Ohio raw milk and goat cheeses, this factory strives to maintain a product free of hormones or antibiotics. Come visit a true outlet store where the prices are low & samples are always available. While at Minerva Dairy be sure to check out Lacey May the Big Cow mascot.
- Address: 430 Radloff Ave.
Minerva, Ohio 44657
- Phone: Local Number: 3308684196
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- Website: http://www.cheesehere.com
- Address: Arlington Road
Newton Falls, OH 44444
- Phone: Local Number: 3306753081
First Federal Land Office
Get a glimpse of frontier life in Ohio at the First Federal Land Office of the United States. This structure, built in 1801, also served as the home of the area's first land agent David Hoge. On the grounds is the massive 2½ ton bell from the Jefferson County Courthouse. Located next to Old Fort Steuben at 3rd & Adams Streets.
- Address: 120 South Third Street
Steubenville, Ohio 43952
- Phone: Local Number: 7402831787
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- Website: http://www.oldfortsteuben.com
Lucy Hayes Heritage Center
This four room, center hall Federal Style home is the birthplace of Lucy Ware Webb, who became the wife and helpmate of the 19th President of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes. The parlor and bedroom are furnished with antiques and we have 5 showcases of Hayes memorabilia.
Lucy was born August 28, 1831 to Dr. James & Maria Cook Webb. Education was very important to the family and she is the first "First Lady" to have a college degree. Come hear the history of the house and Lucy!
- Address: 90 West Sixth Street
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601
- Phone: Local Number: (740) 775-5829
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- Website: http://www.lucyhayes.org
Mesopotamia Village Historic District
The center of Mesopotamia, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of them built before the Civil War and included on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fairview Cemetery, which was established in 1818 and sits adjacent to the Commons on the east side, features unique stone markers carved out of limestone by local sculptor, Howard Brigden. A number of Civil War veterans are buried here.
The End of the Commons General Store, which has been in continuous operation since the 1840s, sits at the south end of the town’s center.
Today this area is part of the fourth largest Amish settlement in the country and the second largest in Ohio. Here among the tidy farms and whitewashed houses that dot the countryside in rural northwest Trumbull County, this close-knit community makes a living by farming, working in wood or operating a small unique specialty shop.
Across from the General Store on the east side of the Commons sits the worlds's largest Amish horse and buggy which stands 14' high and 32' long.
- Address: State Routes 87 and 534
Mesopotamia, Ohio 44439
- Phone: Local Number: 4406934295
U.S. Grant Boyhood Home
The Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until 1839, when he left to attend West Point. Ulysses Grant lived in this home longer than any other during his lifetime.
Jesse and Hanna Grant, the parents of young Hiram Ulysses Grant, built the original two-story brick section of the Grant Boyhood home in 1823, when they moved to Georgetown from Point Pleasant in Clermont County, where Ulysses had been born the year before. A large kitchen was added the following year and five years later they built a new two-story home connected to the front of the original structure. Ulysses lived with his parents and four siblings at the home until 1839 when he left to attend West Point. It was at West Point that, through a bureaucratic error, his name was listed as Ulysses Simpson Grant.
During his youth in Georgetown, Grant attended school, worked in his father's tannery, and spent hour upon hour in his favorite pastime - working with horses. A Georgetown couple purchased the Grant Boyhood Home in 1977 to prevent its demolition. The home was restored and furnished, with one room which is dedicated to Grant and Georgetown memorabilia. The site has been open since 1982 when it was put on the National Register and declared a National Historic Landmark.
- Address: 318 W State St.
Georgetown, Ohio 45121
- Phone: Toll-Free: 877-372-8177
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- Website: http://www.ohiohistory.org/granthome