Man preyed on sympathies of local residents.
It was part of the first road ordered to be opened on the Firelands in 1809.
Clyde man who lost his voice was eternally grateful to Dr. King.
Milan Avenue in Norwalk was one of city’s first residential “side” streets.
Even the president voted in favor of his own removal.
Vandalism is not a modern-day phenomena.
Cholera epidemic, which swept parts of the United States in the summer of 1834, brought local illegal situation to light.
Pioneer of Norwalk might have lived here only a short time and who actually came and left before the Benedicts ever thought of leaving Connecticut for Ohio.
Be glad you weren’t a resident of this Lorain County village in 1877.
Forest fire in the Ontario wilderness created a cloud of smoke and ash which soon covered New England for a day or more.
Previous to May 19, 1780, a vapor had filled the air for a few days and smelled of sulphur.
We’re not the only “Norwalk” in this country; there have been at least 9.
Sheriff visited German communities, such as Bismark in Sherman Township, and told the people to get rid of any German books they might have.
Waste from the barnyard could pollute the water and cause typhoid fever.
About $900 found on corpse frozen in the ice.