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Mahoning Coal Railroad- New York Central

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer This railroad had two lines in Trumbull County, running the entire length of the county in the following townships: Liberty, Hubbard, Brookfield, Vienna, Fowler, Hartford, Johnston, Vernon, Gustavus, and Kinsman.  The Mahoning Coal Railroad and the New York…

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Badger, Joseph (1757-1847)

Submitted by Gary Moss Joseph Badger was one of the first and most prominent Congregational itinerant missionaries in the part of northeast Ohio first created and settled as the Connecticut Western Reserve. Born in 1757, Badger was a Revolutionary War veteran from Massachusetts who…

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Brackett, Leigh (1915-1978)

As well as the small number of mythological subjects which are his best-known works today, he painted a wide range of religious subjects and also some portraits. He and his workshop were especially known for their Madonna and Childs, many in the round tondo shape.

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Darrow, Clarence (1854-1938)

Submitted by Gary Moss Clarence Seward Darrow is generally regarded as the greatest criminal lawyer of the 20th Century as well as one its most colorful – and controversial – characters.  Born in Farmdale on April 18, 1854, he grew up in nearby Kinsman, in…

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McGranahan, James (1840-1907)

Submitted by Gary Moss James McGranahan was a national composer of hymns and a singer for the evangelical meetings held by Daniel Whittle during the great wave of revivals at the end of the 19th Century. Born near Adamsville, Pennsylvania on July 4, 1840, McGranahan…

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Scott, Ernest L. (1877-1966)

Submitted by Gary Moss Ernest Lyman Scott was an American physiologist best known for his groundbreaking research on isolating insulin from the pancreas to treat diabetes. Born in Kinsman in 1877, Scott earned his bachelor of science degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, his master of…

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McKinley, William Francis (1910-1980)

As well as the small number of mythological subjects which are his best-known works today, he painted a wide range of religious subjects and also some portraits. He and his workshop were especially known for their Madonna and Childs, many in the round tondo shape.

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Hamilton, Edmond (1904-1977)

As well as the small number of mythological subjects which are his best-known works today, he painted a wide range of religious subjects and also some portraits. He and his workshop were especially known for their Madonna and Childs, many in the round tondo shape.

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